Where to install thermostatic shower pump?

Hello, would you kindly advise where is the best place to install shower pump? I have a gravity system and Wickes bathroom installer advice to fit under the bath but I'm not sure about it if something goes wrong in the future I will have to take off whole bath panel, might deal with tiling etc. So did loft or boiler cupboard would be considered for the installation? Please advise? Regards, Peter

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hi Peter.

we always recommend along with the pump manufacturer to house the pump in the airing cupboard next to the hit water tank . this alows easy access for maintenance . however if this is not possible it can be housed in the loft but you need to check the correct pump is purchased you will need a "negative" head shower pump or one that is suitable for positive and negative installations . regards Steve
23rd Sep 2020
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I would advise to fit a positive negative (universal) shower pump in the airy cupboard or in the loft space
26th Sep 2020
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