Why do I have low water pressure?
All over the world, homeowners have to deal with poor showers, trickling taps and sprinklers that barely moisten the garden.
There can be many reasons for low or varying water pressure: Your water authority might have settled for a low pressure level, maybe there’s a leak in the pipes, or maybe you live at the end of the water supply line. Your water pressure is also affected by the water usage in your city, as well as in your own home.
How do I deal with low water pressure?
Whatever the reason, there’s a simple solution: A water booster pump will boost the pressure in your plumbing and all the appliances connected to it: Showers, taps, toilets, irrigation, etc.
What should I look for in a water booster pump?
Some water booster pumps ensure perfect pressure at all times regardless of the number of taps in use, while others simply increase the overall pressure in the building to improve comfort.What to choose depends on your needs and wishes.
Introducing: Grundfos SCALA2
The newest addition to our booster family, SCALA2 is the most compact, quiet and efficient solution to your water pressure problem. It’s an all-in-one booster pump that ensures perfect water pressure in all taps at all times. It’s small enough to fit inside a kitchen cupboard and as quiet as a modern dishwasher. And it comes at half the price of other boosters in this class.
Grundfos MQ is a compact all-in-one water booster pump for private homes, holiday homes and farms that increases the overall water pressure at your taps.
The CMBE is a robust water booster made in stainless steel for large installations requiring a wider pressure and flow range than our other boosters can provide.
Grundfos CMB SP
The CMB SP is a self-priming variant of the CMBE, which means that it - like SCALA2 is able to do suction lift, down to 8 m deep shallow wells. This makes for even more reliable operation and easier installation.