Flomate Pump awarded patent!

Raise the bar with Stuart Turner's patented Flo~mate mains boost pump.       

Stuart Turner, one of the UK's leading water boosting pump manufacturers announced today that the company has been awarded a patent for its Flomate branded mains boost pump by the UK's Intellectual Property office.

Flomate gives you a simple and cost effective solution to boost low or intermittent mains water pressure without the need for a cold water tank, making it ideal for properties where space is limited.

Last year, Ricky Wilson of Central Emergency Services Ltd in Twickenham fitted a Flomate pump and said "I was called out to a flat in Earls Court where the water pressure was really sporadic. The shower performance was not good at the best of times and if someone in an adjoining property turned on a tap, it really wasn't worth getting into the shower at all!

Installing a Flomate made a dramatic difference to the shower performance. It was easy to install, located directly in line with the rising main after the stop cock. The Flomate pump has been installed and running for just over a year now and working perfectly, I haven't had to make any return visits to the installation". 

Designed to connect directly to the incoming mains, Flomate will deliver an additional 1.5 bar pressure at a maximum 12 litres per minute. The pump uses a regulator valve to ensure maximum flow meets UK water regulation limits and if mains pressure exceeds 1.5bar, Flomate's built-in bypass ensures the performance will not be restricted.

As with all Stuart Turner pumps, Flo~mate offers tried and tested engineering designed and built to the highest standards of quality, innovation and reliability. Flomate is WRAS approved, operates in accordance UK water authority regulations and is supplied with a 2 year guarantee, when the pump details are registered online.

Flomate mains boost pumps, ensuring performance on demand, every time.

Available nationwide from your local stockist.

Written by Stuart Turner at 09:00

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