Type of Pumps
We can install, repair and maintain various of pumps. Feel free to call us for some more information or to get some advice.
See below for example of pumps we can do;
Central Heating pumps
Is designed for circulating water in open and closed heating and domestic water systems. Central Heating Pumps are powered by electricity, and they work in conjunction with the boiler, zone valves and thermostats to provide heat for your home. When the thermostat indicates that heat is required, the zone valve is opened, the Central Heating Pump is activated and hot water is circulated through the hot water heating system. As the water cools the boiler turns on and reheats the water in the closed loop hot water heating system.
Hot Water Pumps
Is also frequently used for supplying on-demand hot water for the domestic hot water needs of the household. The Water Pump continuously provides hot water through the home hot water supply pipes, so that when a hot water tap is turned on, hot water is available immediately.
Shower Booster Pumps
Are generally required if you already have a mixer shower and are experiencing flow problems due to low pressure in the supply pipe work. A pump can be installed to increase the pressure of stored hot and cold water, not from mains-fed water. For example, Shower Pumps & Pumped Power Showers cannot be used if you have a Combi Boiler or an Unvented Cylinder.
Shower Pumps are available with Single Impellers and Twin Impellers. Impellers are the Inlet and Outlet pipes attached to the pump. If you are looking to boost your hot water supply then a single impeller pump would be required, if however, you wish to boost both your hot and cold water supply, then you would need to install a twin impeller Booster Pump.
Works exactly like an everyday domestic circulator pump (designed for circulating water around either a heating or domestic hot water system) except that a commercial pump has to circulate fluids around a larger sized commercial building, hence its duties to be that little bit more demanding.
Mostly used with high efficiency boilers, Condensate Pumps are used to collect and transport condensate back into a steam system for reheating and reuse, or to remove unwanted condensate altogether. A condensate pipe line is usually installed to carry away condensate, however this is not possible when the unit in question is below ground level, and therefore a Condensate Pump must be installed, in order for the condensate to be removed.
Water Booster Pumps
There are two types of Home Booster Pumps – a small stand-alone water pump, and an all-in-one storage unit & water pump.
The small stand-alone pump is only suitable for use with conventional open vented heating systems. It uses the stored water within the heating system to supply your hot taps and shower with an extra boost of hot water. These are not suitable for use with a Combi Boiler or an Unvented Cylinder.
The all-in-one storage unit collects and stores water from the mains water supply then pumps it throughout the property to provide a water boost to Taps and Showers.