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Fitting a Salamander Shower Pump - CT75 or RHP75

Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by dominoman, 10 Jun 2014.

  1. dominoman

    dominoman

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    I need to replace a dead Salamander RHP100 shower pump.

    We are only running one shower off it, so I think an RHP100 is too much (3 bar). To save money I was going to get a RHP75 or CT75.

    The CT75 is apparently cheaper, and noisier.

    Has anyone fitted either of these and is there any difference in complexity?

    Also, would you recommend buying new or is a second hand pump usually OK? on ebay I can get a RHP75 for about £80.
     
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  3. GG123

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    Hi Dominoman

    Not sure about second hand pumps you never know why someone is selling it!

    The CT Force 20 PT (2 bar positive) would be a good new option and are quite efficient but remember the RHP range has a built in cross over pipe to protect the pump when just the hot or cold side is needed – so maybe the RHP75 (same design) would be better -

    Good Luck
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