Bristan ST PUMP20TN 2 Bar Twin Ended Shower Pump  now £129.99 was £259.00@Amazon
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Bristan ST PUMP20TN 2 Bar Twin Ended Shower Pump now £129.99 was £259.00@Amazon

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Found 21st Apr
Product DescriptionThe Bristan 2.0 Bar Twin Ended Shower Pump can be used with most installations using a gravity fed water feed. It will instantly boost the water pressure exiting the shower to increase the shower experience. This product comes with a 2 year manufacturer's warranty, with the support of an award winning Customer Service Team, allowing confidence and peace of mind.

Box Contains

  • Shower Pump
  • Outlet/Inlet Connetions
  • Fixing Kit
  • Instructions
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Original Poster
I am after shower pump, if this is any better than this quality and price wise please share the link with me.

Many thanks in advance
I'd probably buy a salamander pump over this for spec and reliability
Price is good for 2 bar, not heard of the brand (not a plumber)
What's the urge to turn your shower into a patio jet washer?
I know most likely stupid idea

But would this pull more water out of the metered supply?
Sorry about my ignorance "gravity fed system" means not suitable for combi boiler?
pill7 m ago

Sorry about my ignorance "gravity fed system" means not suitable for combi …Sorry about my ignorance "gravity fed system" means not suitable for combi boiler?


Not as the pressure you get form mains is all you get
snappyfish1 h, 50 m ago

What's the urge to turn your shower into a patio jet washer?


We need one of these as we have gravity fed hot water and so not enough pressure for a shower at all, let alone one which is the power of a patio jet washer. Best option would be to get a combi boiler I believe this is next best thing and it's much cheaper.
Krizzo36 h, 56 m ago

I know most likely stupid ideaBut would this pull more water out of the …I know most likely stupid ideaBut would this pull more water out of the metered supply?


You can get pumps to do as you describe but this isn’t it. Mains supply booster pump - one example
snappyfish8 h, 13 m ago

What's the urge to turn your shower into a patio jet washer?


You must have a really tall house if a gravity fed shower has acceptable flow rate. For those with normal layout where the header tank is in the loft and the shower in the bathroom on the 1st floor, something like this is, in my view, essential. If you have a combi boiler or pressurised hw system then this is neither suitable nor required.
Bit noisy but does a great job.
And in some occasions will need inline strainers.
Edited by: "junk15" 22nd Apr
Good price, cheers.
Duty cycle would be useful, particularly if you like long showers.
If you're revising your water system consider a completely sealed system (no header tanks, mains pressurised hot water tank). Not cheap but as long as your mains water pressure is OK you'll have good hot and cold flow from every tap and shower. Solved our shower flow problem. No wiring and noise. Also frees up loft space if that matters to you. Combi fine for a flat or small house but takes forever for hot water to reach furthest taps in a big house.
Too technical for me, I'm out.
MRGRINGO15 h, 58 m ago

I'd probably buy a salamander pump over this for spec and reliability



agreed, I work at a plumbers merchant and we only sell salamander.
Besford7 h, 21 m ago

If you're revising your water system consider a completely sealed system …If you're revising your water system consider a completely sealed system (no header tanks, mains pressurised hot water tank). Not cheap but as long as your mains water pressure is OK you'll have good hot and cold flow from every tap and shower. Solved our shower flow problem. No wiring and noise. Also frees up loft space if that matters to you. Combi fine for a flat or small house but takes forever for hot water to reach furthest taps in a big house.



We stayed in a rental property with this set up. It was very impressive. Good post
dirty_stan16 h, 30 m ago

We need one of these as we have gravity fed hot water and so not enough …We need one of these as we have gravity fed hot water and so not enough pressure for a shower at all, let alone one which is the power of a patio jet washer. Best option would be to get a combi boiler I believe this is next best thing and it's much cheaper.


Combi boiler good but when showering best if other people do not use hot water elsewhere (not sure if thermostatic shower would solve this potentially but we have a classic hot cold lever)
Original Poster
badgerman21 h, 4 m ago

We stayed in a rental property with this set up. It was very impressive. …We stayed in a rental property with this set up. It was very impressive. Good post


is it Bristan ST PUMP20TN 2 Bar Twin Ended Shower Pump ? Does is makes loud noise?
Hunt4deal4 h, 31 m ago

is it Bristan ST PUMP20TN 2 Bar Twin Ended Shower Pump ? Does is makes …is it Bristan ST PUMP20TN 2 Bar Twin Ended Shower Pump ? Does is makes loud noise?


I think they all do?
Had one of these for years (well, 2 of these actually).

Bit noisy but the worst is if you are on a metered supply as the water costs go up enormously. My daughter decided at the age of 15 that girls do indeed smell. The water bill went up to over £1000 and the water supply wanted to investigate the leak! Eventually cured by putting a restricted flow head on the shower (8l/min) which brought it back down to about £450/pa. Cheaper now that she is at university (except for paying for her accommodation).
I was gonna get the Salamander one and fit it myself .i'm on a meter and reading the comment about the cost does seem a bit edgy bearing in mind the wife is in the shower for 20 minutes every morning
kracker6945 m ago

I was gonna get the Salamander one and fit it myself .i'm on a meter and …I was gonna get the Salamander one and fit it myself .i'm on a meter and reading the comment about the cost does seem a bit edgy bearing in mind the wife is in the shower for 20 minutes every morning


Yes, that was my problem with my daughter (and still is when she is back from university- as well as blocking the drain with her hair...).

I bought one of these (bit like a hose pipe controller, but works very well).

pulseecoshower.com
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