The ShowerPowerBooster is a very quiet retrofit in-line pump which power boosts taps and showers and was seen on Dragons Den. It solves low water pressure by increasing and regulating pressure without major changes to your plumbing. DIY installation is easy and safe. SPB provides a quieter and more efficient shower than a traditional power shower and can work where no other pump can work. For positive and negative head with every thing in the box for fitting to 15mm and 22mm.
It is suitable for gravity systems, electric showers, combi-boilers, and all other pressurised systems, central heating radiators, boreholes, and solar thermal tanks. It is unique in the world with a UK Patent granted and is exported worldwide already. It is WRAS Approved, and was invented by Alan Wright BSc(Hons) CEng MICE and manufactured by Flowflex, one of the largest fittings manufacturer in the uk.
Improve your poor low pressure tap flow or pathetic dribbly shower permanently with a fully automatic ShowerPowerBooster pump. This pump is the size of a golf ball but does the same job as noisy power showers the size of a football and was awarded Best Water Innovation by Imperial College London at the Institute of Physics in London 2012. Over 6,000 satisfied customers now benefit with the SPB and with over 95% customer satisfaction it is the WRight Choice.
SPB pumps can be fitted wherever it is easiest to fit them.
How to Boost Hot and/or Cold To Gravity Showers or Taps using SPB.
Boosting Pressure to an Electric Shower or from a Combi Boiler
Boosting Radiators and Central Heating , Solar Thermal Systems, and Other
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A Shower Power Booster will improve any shower with a pressure-related problem. Whether you have a gravity fed shower, an electric shower, or a combi-boiler shower, your shower may be greatly improved simply by changing your showerhead and hose. The brand ethos is to give you the best solution, and if that solution is simply to change the showerhead and hose rather than fit a pump, we would like to sell you the best showerheads and hoses to achieve this. If you want to try a showerhead or hose first, and want a low cost showerhead or hose guaranteed to maximise the performance of your shower
A single pump can improve every tap and shower in a home, or fitted to a single tap or shower it prevents the temperature fluctuation you sometimes get when other taps are used in a home. SPB is a new concept in plumbing (there really is nothing else that comes close to it). It is British, with a UK patent granted. It can legally be fitted to either mains supplies or gravity supplies, does not impede existing flows when turned off (it fails safe), has no risk of cavitation, or burning out when it runs dry, or when it runs against a closed valve. If you turn the pump off, you still get the same flow you would have got before fitting the pump. These are all problems which we have solved with this invention and our rivals have not.
The SPB is future-proofed and can be replaced and repaired by the customer, or upgraded as new models come along, by simply screwing out the old motor or barrel and screwing in a replacement. Spare pump motors are sold for £15. No need to buy a new pump every 2 to 3 years!
In March 2014 we received a grant from the EU to visit India under a scheme to take energy-saving technologies to improve the life of millions. To those we met in India I would like to assure you we will be back.
For those that used to advise me to go on Dragons Den – please read the reality of appearing on the programme.
Dear Duncan Bannatyne, Deborah Meeden, Peter Jones, Piers Linney, and Kelly Hoppen,
A quote from Albert Einstein for you Dragons:
Any intelligent fool can make things bigger and more complex.It takes a lot of genius and lots of courage to move in an opposite direction.
Albert Einstein – Scientist (14 March 1879 – 18 April 1955) Albert Einstein
Awards and support received from:-
Imperial College London €40,000 European Institute Of Innovation and Technology Funding
University of East Anglia – £4,000 Norfolk Knowledge Award
Hethel Engineering European Regional Development Fund
Norwich Enterprise Centre ERDF Low Carbon Economic Growth Fund
Websanity Ltd for Shopping Cart and Website Support
Anglian Electronics Ltd providing our electronic circuit boards
Flowflex Components Ltd – Manufacturing and Joint Development