Low Pressure Electric Shower

Low Pressure Electric Shower

Low pressure in water piping makes a serious troubles for a lot of population. Showering under a low pressure water stream is uncomfortable. Manufacturers took this problem into account and created a pumped electric showers (or low pressure electric showers). That are showers which increases the water pressure and makes showering very comfortable.

Where is pumped electric shower suitable?

All places with low water pressure. For example if your water supply is just a cold water tank on the roof etc. Pumped shower has an internal mechanism to pump, and increase flow of water through it, which results in stronger water stream from the shower head.

Mira Elite St Pumped 9.8kW

Low pressure electric shower

High quality electric shower with an integral pump to increase the water pressure. Suitable for places with low water pressure, where usual electric showers are uncomfortable or are not working at all. Some of the features are manual temperature control, start and stop button, showerhead with 4 different spray types. Mira Elite also features a system called Clearscale which reduces limescale by half.

Delayed shutdown is useful for safety and reducing limescale. It flushes hot water from the tank for safe showering of the next user.

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Triton T90xr 9.5kW


Another well-made powerful electric shower with pump making it suitable for places with low water pressure. Integral pump will rapidly increase water flow and therefore make showering much more comfortable. This shower features an start/stop button, power selector with three choices:

  • Cold
  • Economy
  • High

It also has an temperature control with a numbered dial for easy temperature changing.

Shower head has 5 different spray patterns to guarantee the best showering experience.

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5 thoughts on “Low Pressure Electric Shower”

  1. The only downside I have with our electric shower is that when the winter is here the water from the mains, feeding the shower, is colder. We have the small problem of reduced water pressure through the Electric Shower, as it has to heat colder water. Will the purchase of a 10kW shower increase the water flow??

  2. If the water pressure is not the problem, then it should. But the difference between let’s say 9.5 kW and 10.5kW is only 10 percent, so it might be hard to notice.

  3. I need an electric shower for summer’s low water pressure during near-droughts.
    The shower wiring is 30A, perfectly adequate for 7kW or even 7·5kW showers.
    Why oh why are most modern showers getting higher & higher kW when people’s house wiring is rarely more than 40A, which will still only take a max 9·6A shower but many showers are 10A?!
    It reminds me of vacuums, all trying to outdo each other with wattage, up from 600W a few years ago to 2kW now!
    What about energy efficiency?
    I just want a 7kW low-pressure electric shower (or thermostatic electric shower) but no-one makes one. (Reason I keep saying “electric shower” instead of just “shower” is so as not to be confused with “power shower” which turns out to be just a glorified shower mixer, requiring a [bath’s] hot water tank.)

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