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Shower of 30litre unvented

Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by Fallout, 28 Feb 2021.

  1. Fallout

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    Could you in anyway run a shower of this?
     

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    No
     
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    You could, but it would be a very short shower, no more than about 4 minutes
     
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    Thanks so really looking at a 10litre cylinder for a shower then.
     
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    It's the kw rating you need for a shower to work properly. Electric showers have very little storage but heat the incoming water quickly.
     
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    100litre I mean.
     
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    why not just fit an electric shower ?
     
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