Pumped Quartz Digital -Gravity hot, mains cold?

12 Jul 2005
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United Kingdom
Hi All,

I fancy a quartz digital shower, in the en-suite which is in a ground floor extended part of the house.

This extension has gravity hot water and mains cold available, and it would be a huge hassle to get a new gravity cold supply from the loft in the main house to the roof space of the extension.

Would it work to use a pressure reducing valve on the cold supply, and use the pumped version of the quartz? Or would a pressure equalising valve be a better bet?

Failing that, the next easiest option would be to put separate cold tank in the roof space of the extension and use that to supply cold to the shower processor.

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