I wondered if someone could answer a simple question for me:
Why is the Salamander Homeboost pump allowed to be installed on the incoming mains water pipe while others are not?
As far as I can see the Homeboost has the following specification:
Closed head pressure: 1.6bar; Min flow rate: 3 ltr/min; Max flow rate: 12 ltr/min
While something like Showermate Eco Shower Pump with Single Impeller Positive Head 2bar has the following specification:
Closed head pressure: 2.0 bar; Min flow rate: 0.8 ltr/min; Max flow rate: 17 ltr/min
All I see is that the Showermate is a 1/3 of the price for roughly same specification (if not "better")...
From its shape and size, it could just be a slightly modified circulating pump....
Any thoughts greatly appreciated