Loft Conversion Shower


Postby paulr » Mon Mar 24, 2008 8:48 pm

I've recently purchased a new property with a loft conversion with bathroom

The shower in the loft is very low pressured.

My current property has a megaflo which provides excellent main pressure.

The new property has what looks like this set up, boiler and a megaflo tank downstairs and no water tanks in the loft, but pressure is very low

The boiler reads 1.5 bar?

Is it possible or reasonable to up this pressure.

I ask because the shower is all new, as is the bathroom and I'd like to avoid pulling it apart to plumb pumps and so on

thanks
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Postby Skids » Mon Mar 24, 2008 11:29 pm

Hi Paulr

The boiler is reading 1.5 bar FOR THE CH !

Not the hot water!

Check the mains pressure, check the filter is not blocked

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Postby paulr » Fri Mar 28, 2008 1:31 am

I am not one and would not even know where to start checking the filter.

How do you adjust the water pressure to the bathrooms?
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