Showermate Universal 2.6 bar Single - Bathroom or shower pump

Showermate Pumps

Showermate Universal Single pumps can be used in pairs to pump hot and cold water supplies independently, or as a single pump to boost a water supply as required.  Suitable for both positive and negative head applications.

Suitable for domestic use only, Showermate Universal pumps are suitable for installation into open vented hot and cold water systems.

Universal pumps do not require a gravity flow of water to start.

  • Boost the water pressure in either the hot or cold supply
  • Suitable for single or multiple (up to 4) outlets within a bathroom subject to correct specification and pump sizing.

Technical Specification

General
Product code 46534
Guarantee 3 years
WRAS approval 1212078
Features
Pump type Peripheral
Mechanical seal EPDM / PTFE / Al. Oxide
Anti vibration feet  
Flexible hoses 2
Run on timer 3 sec
Dry run protection  
Materials
Pump body Plastic
Impeller Plastic
Performance
Maximum head (closed valve) 2.6 bar
Performance @ 9 l/min 1.3 bar
Performance @ 18 l/min 0.3 bar
Maximum flow 18 l/min
Maximum static inlet pressure 6 metres
Maximum static outlet pressure 6 metres
Maximum working pressure* 380 kPa (3.8 bar)
Maximum ambient air temperature 40 °C
Min / Max water temperature** Min 4 °C / Max 65 °C
Flow switch sensitivity (approx) 0.8 l/min
Pressure vessel air pre-charge 1.5 bar (21.75 psi)
Connections
Pump connections G ¾ male
Flexible hoses
Connections G ¾ female x 15 mm push-in
200 mm long
Isolating valves on inlet hoses
Motor
Type Induction, auto-reset thermal trip
Duty rating Continuous (S1) @ 9 l/min and above
Electrical
Power supply/phase/frequency 230 V a.c./ 1 / 50 Hz
Current (full load) 1.2 Amps
Power consumption 280 Watts
Fuse rating 5 Amps
Power cable (pre-wired) 1.5 metres
Physical
Enclosure protection IP22
Length 233 mm
Width 139 mm
Height (excluding hoses) 338 mm
Weight (including fittings) 4.7 Kg


* The maximum pressure that can be applied to the pump under any installation conditions.

** A stored water temperature of 60 °C is considered sufficient to meet all normal requirements and will minimise deposition of scale in hard water areas.