The components for the new pump are resourced from all over the world, including sophisticated flow rotors from Gem Sensors, a major US company. The first components to kickstart the production are in transit, arriving in the
Even without the new pump, and despite failing to gain investment in Dragons’ Den, the sales of the original pumps have doubled and redoubled in recent weeks, with the pump being widely sold in the
Production in the
'We used to sell just one or two pumps a week, and then one or two pumps a day. We knew the product was good, but we needed to know the product was reliable. Getting pumps fitted in real houses and having resources to support our customers was the top priority. We now know from feedback that the pumps are reliable. Even with no advertising, by selling just through our website http://www.showerpowerbooster.co.uk, we are now selling more pumps in a day than we used to sell in a week, and in the last 3 months have sold as many pumps as we did in the first 18 months.'
'Much of what we are doing goes against the tide of what others are doing. Bringing manufacturing into the
'Whilst the new product allows a relatively unskilled DIY person to improve a poor tap or shower flow without the help of a plumber or electrician, we are now selling 1/3 of our pumps to plumbers who are solving problems for their customers.'
The showerpowerbooster is a small in-line water pump, which is the size of a golf ball yet outperforms some pumps as big as a football. Unlike traditional pumps it can improve showers and taps for almost any plumbing system, from the common gravity flow systems in many
To learn more about showerpowerbooster visit showerpowerbooster.co.uk or contact
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