Two power showers off one pump?

13 Dec 2006
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Hi all, I have a power shower in an en-suite and the wife would like an additional shower in the bathroom for the kids. (was looking at an electric one)
The power shower pump is in the airing cupboard which is behind the bathroom wall a shower would be placed.
Whilst in the airing cupboard I had a mad notion to tee off the outgoing pipes to the current shower and go straight through the wall to a new shower.
Obviously both showers would not be used at the same time but is this idea stupid or would it work?
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Yeah, should work, as long as the T is downstream of the pump :)

Also will need to be pressure switched - if powered by the first shower's supply then it'll obviously do nowt.

When (not if) both get turned on at once, you'll obviously get half the pressure but I can't think of any other drawback.

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