Please check existing cabling for compatibility. Low Pressure - Gravity fed cylinder. High Pressure - Mains fed cylinder or combi.
Easy to install with no plumbing connections required, this gravity fed wall mounted booster pump increases the flow of bath/shower mixers.
- Increases flow of bath/shower mixers
- Easy to install
- No plumbing connections required
- Simple to use on/off control
- Please note that the riser rail kit and shower head are not included
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Plumbing SystemLow Pressure
Water Entry PointsBottom
Outlet Connection1/2" BSP
Minimum Running Pressure / Flow230mm
Maximum Static Pressure10m
Second one Reviewed by Nick Witham
Just broken after 13 years of service, which is all good. It got quite loud towards the end of it's life and I was hoping that aspect would have been resolved by Triton with a MK2 version.(Posted on 05/10/2017)
Another improvement could be adding a power control as there are times when I'd rather have a quieter shower and use less water.
Replaced T40 which we had for around 30 years Reviewed by saxophone21
Our old T40 sprung an internal leak after 30 years so we replaced it with a T40i. The instructions demanded that it be sited in a higher location but otherwise much the same in principle. Certainly gives a good rate of flow and seems better than the T40 but not sure if it's because of better design or just the old one was wearing out. Anyway, hope to be good for another 30 years.(Posted on 05/07/2016)
I AM REPLACING MY SHOWER PUMP WITH THE SAME MODEL AFTER APPROX 10 YEARS Reviewed by JEEVES
I AM REPLACING MY OLD TRITON T40I WITH THE SAME MODEL AS I HAVE HAD GOOD RELIABLE SERVICE FOR SOME 10 YEARS(Posted on 15/07/2015)
Very Good Shower Pump Reviewed by Darling David
The Triton t40i was already installed in 1997 so it lasted 14 years, and given that we are in October 2014 and only just replacing it with the same product, it is only reasonable to state that this represents excellent value for money and is clearly a very durable product. In our example, it has been used at least once daily, and sometimes two times in a day for 14 years. If you follow the instructions and never run the pump dry (without being primed or loaded with water [taps running]), it will deliver outstanding service for years. The pump we are replacing still operates, but we just feel it is time for a new one - well done Triton!(Posted on 16/10/2014)
Great value for money Reviewed by Colonel
The Triton t40i was already installed in the house when we bought it in 2005, and given that we are in March 2014 and only just replacing it with the same product, it is only reasonable to state that this represents excellent value for money and is clearly a very durable product. In our example, it has been used at least twice daily, and sometimes four times in a day for nearly a decade. If you follow the instructions and never run the pump dry (without being primed or loaded with water [taps running]), it will deliver outstanding service for years. The pump we are replacing still operates, but we just feel it is time for a new one - well done Triton!(Posted on 22/03/2014)
Good Reviewed by Johnboy
It appears that this is the only one on the market so there's no competition.(Posted on 01/02/2014)
Overall we found the product satisfactory.
Too soon to give a full review as only installed yesterday 30 January 2014 Reviewed by Michael Freestone
I ordered this item before Christmas but due to a muddle by Homebase at Richmond upon Thames the item was only delivered to the store for collection on 21 January 2014. Only when I collected the item on 22 January did I have access to the Guarantee details.(Posted on 31/01/2014)
Once the shower pump has had a series of uses I propose to submit a fuller review.
My initial impression is that the pump makes a difference icreasing the power of flow of water through the showerhead.
My bath taps have a diverter for the shower and probably the pump is less effective than with other systems and this is mentioned in the Triton instruction booklet at page 4.
31 January 2014.