WHAT CAN I DO IF MY WATER PRESSURE AND FLOW RATE IS NOT UP TO YOUR REQUIREMENT?

OPTION 1

Using a breaker storage tank (cold water storage tank) that can be located anywhere in the property. A pump is connected to the tank, which activates when a tap is opened, while the water is being extracted from the tank it is being replenished by the mains. The tank needs to be sized to supply demands without running out be for the tanks is replenished by the slower mains supply.

Pressurised Water systems option 1

OPTION 2

This option utilises an accumulator, which has a controlled butyl diaphragm that stores cold mains water at mains pressure and a stainless steel unvented cylinder. When a tap or shower is turned on the accumulator enhances the main supply and helps maintain the pressure to all hot and cold outlets regardless of the flow rate on the incoming main supply. There is an air charge in the top of the accumulator to help force the water from the vessel into the hot and cold supplies, sized correctly the system will run more than one outlet at the same time stabilising pressures and increasing flow rates at taps, showers and baths. The systems are ideal for properties with poor mains supplies or multi-bathroom outlets, with sizes from 125 litres to 500 litres.