Introducing Showermate eco

Showermate eco's compact design makes it more economical at an extremely competitive price. Complementing the existing Showermate range, Showermate eco has fewer components resulting in its neat compact design, while still delivering the high performance, quality and reliability associated with the Showermate brand. At 30% smaller than the standard Showermate pump, and available in 3 options, bathroom designers and installers can specify the new 'eco' model in a wide range of situations, including small and confined spaces which are often difficult with larger pump models. Installers will be pleased to know that the peripheral design of the new eco model is pressure efficient, extremely system friendly, which reduces the potential airlock.

Simple to install and quiet in operation, Showermate eco comes with many built-in features and benefits including: anti-vibration feet to reduce noise transmission further; flexible 15mm x 200mm, push-in anti-vibration hoses with 3/4 BSP threaded connection the the pump and automatic switching, which starts the pump when flow exceeds 0.8 litres/minute. The carbon/ceramic shaft seal adds to the durability and quality of the pump that is WRAS approved.

We are the only pump supplier that has fully WRAS approved shower pumps. Other manufacturers' pumps can only claim to be WRAS compliant. As with all our pumps, the new Showermate eco models have gone through rigorous testing at an independent test house. This puts them in a class of their own as they are truly independently tested rather than being self-certified.

Showermate eco is our quietest plastic pump yet. We are expecting it to be popular with those upgrading and refurbishing existing shower facilities where shower performance needs boosting, and space is limited.

The new Showermate eco is fully supported by Stuart Turner's excellent Pump Assist team, and carries a two-year guarantee (when you register your pump online). It is available immediately through the normal distribution supply chain.

Written by Stuart Turner at 09:00



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