Shower Comparison Guide
Are looking to purchase a new Newteam Shower or, upgrading your existing shower and wish to check their compatibility for your system?
We hope our charts below help you choose the right electric or power shower for your needs.
Power Shower Comparison Chart
|Model||Pipe size||Flow Rate*||Prewired||Variable Flow Control||Seperate Temperature Control||Eco Mode||Min Head||Fuse Rating||Connection|
|NT1000XT||15mm||10ltr/min||No||No||Yes||No||75mm||3 amp||Top, Bottom, Rear, or right hand side|
|NT1500XT||15mm||10ltr/min||No||No||Yes||Yes||1.0 mtr||3 amp||Top, Bottom, Rear, or right hand side|
New team power showers will pump the stored hot water from your hot water cylinder. They require a gravity fed hot and cold water supply and an electric supply.
Electric Shower Comparison Chart
|Model||Pipe size||Variable Power Control||Seperate Temperature Control||Min Pressure Running||Fuse Rating||Connection|
|NT 8.5Kw||15mm||Yes||Yes||1.0 Bar||40 amp||Top, Bottom or Rear|
|NT 9.5Kw||15mm||Yes||Yes||1.0 Bar||40 amp||Top, Bottom or Rear|
|NT 10.4Kw||15mm||Yes||Yes||1.0 Bar||45 amp||Top, Bottom or Rear|
The New team electric showers draw water directly from your cold water supply then heat and pump it simultaneously. They require a mains water supply (or pumped gravity feed) and a dedicated electric supply.
If you cannot find your shower in the list above, then it is likely that you have an old, discontinued model. If you are looking to replace this for a new model then please please call Tapstore.Com on 0843 658 0062 for advice.
* Power shower flow rates are approximate.
The details provided above are for information purposes only. We would always recommend you employ the services of a professional tradesman to complete your installation.