Grundfos puts the power in shower

 Grundfos, pumps, showers, twin impeller, STR, Amazon

Grundfos Pumps is well-known for its range of reliable circulators, but the manufacturer also offers a wide range of other pump products, including an extensive shower pump portfolio.

This shower pump range includes a wide selection of pumps that are designed to boost the water pressure to a shower or bathrooms fittings. Five models are available in various bar ratings from 1.5 to 6 bar. These include single and twin impeller pumps.

Single impeller pumps generally help to boost the pressure of cold water supplied to a combi-boiler, and this demand is delivered by the Grundfos SSR or Amazon series; while unvented cylinder options can be served by an Amazon pump.

Twin impeller pumps are used to boost the pressure of hot and cold water to a single shower using the STR or Amazon series, multiple showers or a whole domestic house system once again are covered by the Amazon range. For larger installations, such as showers in a sports facility, Amazon and Amazon Universal models are available. These single impeller pumps can be placed on both hot and cold feeds and integrated with thermostatic shower valve protection.

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