|Installation must be
in accordance with Water regulations/bye laws. To ensure activation of the
heating elements, the shower must be connected to a cold rising main with
a minimum running water pressure of 1.0 bar (14.5psi) at a flow rate of 8
litres/minute (9 litres/minute for 9.5kW) and a maximum static pressure of
10 bar (145psi), as measured at the inlet of the shower. The unit must NOT
be installed where it will be subject to freezing conditions.
Instantaneous showers can have
the water supply taken from a cold water storage cistern provided the
minimum pressure and flow rate requirements stated above are met. It must
be an independent supply to shower only.
If it is intended to operate the
shower in a hard water area or at pressures outside those stated please
contact Triton Customer Services on the number below.
An isolation valve must be fitted
to allow independent isolation of the water supply for service and
To comply with water regulations
the sprayhead, when hanging loose on the flexible hose, should not fall
below the top of the bath or shower tray. If it does, then a double check
valve, or similar device, must be fitted to prevent back-flow. If in
doubt, contact Triton Customer Services who will advise and supply a
suitable device if required.
and specifications are
available by calling TRITON Customer Services 024 7637 2222