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Old 03.05.2016, 15:29
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Re: Low water pressure in Flat

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A pump will increase pressure in any country.
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From the physics, that may be so but the regulatory environment is not the same. From a practical point of view, you would have to find a pump on sale which was appropriate and permitted for the Swiss direct feed system. The Salamander pumps are not, at least that is my understanding of this exert form their installation guide:

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Hot and cold supplies to the pump
Never fit the pump directly to the cold
water mains.
Never fit to communal risers (e.g. block of
flats) or secondary circuits that are pumped
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