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Economically priced water pressure boosting and pressurisation units

Warmac Pumps offers cold water booster sets for increasing the water supply to showers, toilets, sinks, baths etc within schools, colleges, domestic houses and wash down applications, among many more.
Economically priced water pressure boosting and pressurisation units
Key features:
· Compact design for convenient installation
· Pressure and flow rates of up to 5 bar and 4.5 litres per second
· Fixed or variable speed models
· Self-commission and serviceable
· Simple electronic controller
· Single pump unit has an integral 65 litre break tank

In addition, the company offers pressurisation units for maintaining the water pressure within sealed heating low temperature hot water (LTHW) or chilled water systems. The system pressure is automatically maintained by the pressurisation unit pump and controls.

Key features:
· Compact design for convenient installation
· Cold fill pressures between 1.0 - 6.0 bar available
· Self-commission and serviceable
· Electronic pressure controller with digital display
· Fluid category 5 compliant water break tank

Visit the company's new website at www.warmacpumps.co.uk

28 April 2014

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