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Water pressure/ Hot water problems (plumber?)

DanDare (89 posts) • 0

You will find them in some Walmart/Carrefour, and anywhere else that sells bathroom stuff.

Don't waste your time, or money. They are a bit of a con. They do not increase flow. They pulse it with some kind of spinner in the head. Arguably they increase pressure momentarily, but then decrease it momentarily. I couldn't feel any difference really. The volume per minute is the same.

lemon lover (887 posts) • 0

@miealex
These water pulsars are another obstruction and reduce the pressure even more. They only work properly if you have a surplus of pressure so are unsuitable in your situation.

rejected_goods (328 posts) • 0

i used to live in a low rising unit with a solar heating system, my experience with an old solar system is, short of getting a tradie to reverse flush the system, the hope of getting higher/normal pressure from the gravity feed thingie is remote.

carinebrexleyc (1 post) • 0

You can install a pressure regulator, if you don't have ask your plumber to set the regulator to increase your hot water pressure

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