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Salamander HomeBoost - Mains Pressure Booster Pump

HomeBoost is an intelligent pump; it recognises when pressure and flow is low and automatically boosts the performance of the incoming mains water.
RRP: £414.00 (inc. VAT)
Our Price: £351.90 (inc. VAT)
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Item Number:  ZSALAMAND-HOMEBOOST
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Product Details

Specification

Why fit HomeBoost?

If you are experiencing poor water pressure or flow either directly or indirectly via your combi boiler or mains pressure fed heating system, then HomeBoost is the perfect low cost, compact, water fitting regulations compliant, solution to help "Boost" your pressure.

Problems

  • Getting efficient mains water flow and pressure into your property?
  • Slow bath fill?
  • A poorly performing shower?
  • A drip rather than flow through your kitchen or bath tap?
  • Poor combi boiler performance?

The Solution

Install HomeBoost pump now.

The Outcome

  • HomeBoost operates at 1.6 bar closed head; it will boost pressure typically by 1.5 bar while regulating flow to 12 litres/min ensuring compliance with water fitting regulations
  • As a result, you can enjoy full flowing showers, speed bath fill, and improved effectiveness of your combi boiler.
  • It's very quiet too!
Important Information

Watch the installation guide online:

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Homeboost pump 1 Answer

Q: Is this pump suitable for use with direct unvented hot water cylinders?



Thank you in advance form your help

Submitted 9 days ago | by MF, North Dvon
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A: Yes it should be , but you should contact Salamander direct on 0191 516 2002 to confirm that it would suit your particular system.Answered 8 days ago | Barrie
Can this work for me? 1 Answer

Q: Hi, The story that I have is that I have a shower in the loft conversion and we do not have a water tank, what this means we fined that we cannot have any other taps on when we are having shower so we then only get cold water. We have a gas boiler that serves us for hot baths and hot water in the kitchen etc but that is it. Now can we use this to somehow fit this direct to the mains pipe going into the shower unit upstairs in the loft, which then allows to have enough pressure even when other taps are on allowing us to have a hot shower? Many Thanks

Submitted 353 days ago | by Gerry, Essex
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This pump has a flow of 12 litres/min, so, as long as there is not a greater demand of over 6litres/min from other sources and the shower has a demand of only 6litres/ min then this should be fine.
A: I take it you have asked your local water authority if they can increase your mains pressure?Answered 352 days ago | Barrie
use with a gravity water tank 2 Answers

Q: we have terrible water pressure, sometimes no water at all or just a drizzle so to combat this we are having a cold water tank put in our loft to feed our electric shower, i do not want to buy a pumped electric shower as they can be quite noisy, can this pump work with a gravity fed cold water tank in our loft? or is there anything else that works better for this situation? any advice would be great. we do have a combi boiler but the water supply to our houses is not good as they are over 100 yrs old! severn trent can't help us.

Submitted 463 days ago | by grimlekin, birmingham
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A: http://www.showerdoc.com/showers/shower-pumps

Any of the gravity feed single ended pumps in this link should do, eg. http://www.showerdoc.com/salamander-force-20-ps-2-0-bar-positive-head-shower-pump

The only other consideration is whether you have a negative or positive situation regarding the tank and shower.Answered 462 days ago | Barrie
A: http://www.showerdoc.com/showers/shower-pumps

Any of the gravity feed single ended pumps in this link should do, eg. http://www.showerdoc.com/salamander-force-20-ps-2-0-bar-positive-head-shower-pump

The only other consideration is whether you have a negative or positive situation regarding the tank and shower.Answered 462 days ago | Barrie
Salamander home boost does it comply? 1 Answer

Q: How does this pump get around the water byelaws that prohibit the use of a pump directly onto a water main?

Submitted 471 days ago | by tsplumb, chesterfield
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A: Strangely enough it does comply.

It won’t boost the pressure beyond 1.5 bar as the pressure in the mains rises the pump works less hard if the pressure in the mains goes above 1.5 bar the pump cuts out, also the flow is limited to 12lts per min  which makes it comply with the regs.

It is an incredible bit of kit, have a look at the video on this site.

http://www.home-boost.co.uk/

Answered 470 days ago | The Doc
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