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Showers - Triton Installation Guide

 Guide To Shower Installation  Kindly provided by Triton Plc.

Mixer Showers 

Manual Mixer Showers 

Electric Showers

Thermostatic Electric

Pumped Electric

Pump

Power Showers

All In One Power Showers


  

Mixer Showers 

I. Low Pressure Mixer Showers site requirements

For optimum performance within the specified running pressure range, a minimum flow of 8 litres per minute should be available to both inlets. 

Whilst the mixer valve is operational (open outlet), inlet pressures must not be capable of exceeding 1 bar. For effective operation of internal seals the maximum static pressure must not be exceeded. 

The distance between the bottom of the cold water cistern and the sprayhead must be at least 1 metre. For correct operation of a thermostatic mixer valve shower both hot and cold water supplies to the unit must be at nominally equal pressures. 

The pipework should be installed such that the flow is not significantly affected by other taps and appliances being operated elsewhere on the premises. 

II. High Pressure Mixer Showers site requirements

    * Minimum running water pressure: 1 bar
    * Maximum running water pressure: 5 bar
    * Maximum static water pressure: 10 bar

Whilst the mixer valve is operational (open outlet), inlet pressures must not be capable of exceeding 7 bar static pressure. For effective operation of internal seals the maximum static pressure must not be exceeded

* Pressure reducing valves suitable for individual site conditions should be fitted on installations which exceed the above specifications.

For optimum performance within the specified running pressure range, a minimum flow of 8 litres per minute should be available to both inlets.

For correct operation of a thermostatic mixer valve shower both hot and cold water supplies to the unit must be at nominally equal pressures. The pipework should be installed such that the flow is not significantly affected by other taps and appliances being operated elsewhere on the premises.

Water Inlet Connections

Water Outlet Connections

Materials of Construction

Product Approval

Thermostatic mixing valves with enhanced thermal performance complying with NHS estates. Model engineering specification DO8 are independently tested for 'TMV 3 scheme' certification by WRC Evaluation and Testing Centre Ltd

Company Approval
Triton is registered by The British Standards Institute and all Triton products are designed, tested and manufactured under Quality Management Systems certified to BS EN ISO 9001 : 1994 and Environmental Management Systems approved to ISO 14001. 

Guarantee
The Triton range of mixer valves is covered by 3 year guarantee from the date of purchase.

For a small premium this can be extended to 5 years (for full details please see the Warranty application form included in every Triton shower pack). 

Installation
Installation should be carried out by competent tradesmen in accordance with the detailed fitting instructions (supplied with every unit) and Water Regulations and Bye-Laws.

A copy of the fitting instructions is available on request from the Customer Service Department if it would help when planning your installation. 

Trade Installer Hotline
Trade installers can phone a dedicated hotline on 024 7632 5491 for immediate technical advice on installation, and to ensure product suitability for commercial and multiple installations.

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Manual mixer shower 

Site requirements

Whilst the mixer valve is operational (open outlet), inlet pressures must not be capable of exceeding maximum specified running water pressures. For effective operation of internal seals the maximum static pressure must not be exceeded.

* Pressure reducing valves suitable for the individual site conditions should be fitted on installations which exceed the above specifications.

For optimum operation of the shower within the specified pressure range both hot and cold supplies should be fed from a common supply and a minimum flow of 8 litres per minute should be available to both inlets.

LP valves are not thermostatic and will not prevent water flowing from the sprayhead should there be a loss of only one supply to the valve. Application (LP Manual): suitable for use with low pressure gravity systems. 

Water Inlet Connections

Water Outlet Connections

Dimensions (mm)  Height x Width x Depth

Product Approval

* Designed to comply with Water Fittings Bye-Laws Scheme operated by The Water Research Centre

Company Approval Triton is registered by The British Standards Institute and all Triton products are designed, tested and manufactured under Quality Management Systems certified to BS EN ISO 9001 : 1994 and Environmental Management Systems approved to ISO 14001.

Guarantee
The Triton range of mixer valves is covered by 3 year guarantee from the date of purchase. For a small premium this can be extended to 5 years (for full details please see the Warranty application form included in every Triton shower pack).

Installation
Installation should be carried out by competent tradesmen in accordance with the detailed fitting instructions (supplied with every unit) and Water Regulations and Bye-Laws.

A copy of the fitting instructions is available on request from the Customer Service Department if it would help when planning your installation.

Trade Installer Hotline
Trade installers can phone a dedicated hotline on 024 7632 5491 for immediate technical advice on installation, and to ensure product suitability for commercial and multiple installations

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Electric showers

Site Requirements 

The shower must be permanently connected to the electricity supply via a double pole isolating switch with a minimum contact gap of 3mm in both poles

The switch must be readily accessible but out of reach of a person using a fixed bath or shower, except for the cord of a pull cord operated switch. The wiring must be connected to the switch without the use of a plug or socket outlet.

The supply cable selected for installation must conform to the relevant table in the current I.E.E. regulations.

The size of cable required is determined by the kW rating of the shower, the distance between the shower and the consumer unit and the way the cable is to be fitted.

The minimum size will be 6mm2 but in some cases 10mm2 or larger will be required. For showers rated above 8kW a minimum cable size of 10mm2 is strongly recommended

To enhance electrical safety a 30mA RCD (Residual Current Device should be installed in all UK electric and pumped shower circuits.

This may be part of the consumer unit or a separate unit.

IMPORTANT! If upgrading to a higher Kilowatt shower it is essential to ensure the electrical supply and shower cable is adequate for the increased load.

IMPORTANT! The remote power pack of the T300si  must not be sited in loft space where it may be subjected to freezing conditions in winter or high ambient temperatures during summer months

Site Requirements - Water
To ensure activation of the heating elements the shower must be connected to a cold rising main water supply with a minimum running pressure of 1.0 bar (14.5 psi) at a minimum flow rate of 8 litres/minute* and a maximum static pressure of 10 bar (145 psi).

Minimum running pressure of 1.5bar (22psi) required for the T80si Extra.

*Minimum running pressure must be obtained at 9 litres/minute for the 9.5kW rate models and 11 litres/minute for the 10.5kW rate models.

If it is intended to operate the shower under conditions other than those stated, please contact our Customer Service Department for advice.

An isolation valve must be fitted in a convenient position in the supply pipe to allow the shower to be serviced.

Where installation could result in the sprayhead falling below the top of the bath or shower tray, it will be necessary to fit a Double Check Valve to the inlet to prevent back flow, in accordance with water regulations and By-Laws.

If in doubt please contact Triton’s Customer Service Department who can supply a suitable device if necessary.

Water Inlet Connection 15mm diameter

Water Outlet Connection Threaded 1/2" BSP

Please note: Electric showers must not be installed in steam rooms/cubicles. To reduce the effects of condensation, rooms containing a shower should be adequately ventilated.

If it is intended to operate a shower in areas of hard water, a scale inhibitor may have to be fitted.

Materials

Temperature/Flow Rate
The electric heating elements operate at a constant rate and the temperature of the water is varied by adjusting the flow rate using the temperature control. The greater the flow the cooler the water and vice versa

The flow rate will be greater in the summer than in the winter due to the variance in the incoming water temperature. At border line water pressures, reduction in flow rate can occur

Therefore, it may be necessary to select a lower power setting during the summer to achieve your preferred showering temperature. Showers not fitted with a power selector may not provide a full range of cool showering temperatures

Temperature Stabiliser
Within a pressure range of 2.0 bar to 10 bar, the selected shower temperature will remain within +/-6 degree’s Centigrade.

Should water pressure or flow fall below the specified minimum requirements the shower temperature may fluctuate.

The Millennium will maintain temperature to within +1 degree Centigrade within a pressure range of 1.0 bar to 10 bar.

Auto Reset System
During normal operation if an overheat temperature is sensed, power to the elements will be reduced. Water will continue to flow.

When the temperature has cooled sufficiently, power to the elements will be automatically restored to the previous setting at the time of interruption.

Pressure Relief
A pressure relief device (PRD) is designed into the shower unit to comply with European standards

The PRD provides a level of appliance protection should an excessive build up of pressure occur within the shower. Do not operate the shower with a damaged or kinked hose, or a blocked sprayhead

Company Approval
Triton is registered by The British Standards Institute and all Triton products are designed, tested and manufactured under Quality Management Systems certified to BS EN ISO 9001 : 1994 and Environmental Management Systems approved to ISO 14001.

Guarantee
The Triton range of mains fed electric showers are covered by a 2 year guarantee from the date of purchase (for domestic use only). The T80si Pumped, T90si, and T450i are covered by a 12 month guarantee.

For a small premium this can be extended to 3 to 5 years (for full details please see the warranty application form included in every Triton shower pack).

Installation
Full fitting instructions are included in every pack. If they would help you when planning your installation, a copy is available on request from the Customer Service Department.

Installation should be carried out by competent tradesmen in accordance with the detailed fitting instructions supplied with every unit and in accordance with water regulations.

Trade Installer Hotline
Trade installers can phone a dedicated hotline on 024 76325491 for immediate technical advice on installation and product suitability for commercial and multiple installations.

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Thermostatic Electric

Site Requirements 
The shower must be permanently connected to the electricity supply via a double pole isolating switch with a minimum contact gap of 3mm in both poles.

The switch must be readily accessible but out of reach of a person using a fixed bath or shower, except for the cord of a pull cord operated switch.

The wiring must be connected to the switch without the use of a plug or socket outlet. The supply cable selected for installation must conform to the relevant table in the current I.E.E. regulations.

The size of cable required is determined by the kW rating of the shower, the distance between the shower and the consumer unit and the way the cable is to be fitted.

The minimum cable size will be 6mm2 but in some cases 10mm2 or larger will be required.

For showers rated above 8kW a minimum cable size of 10mm2 is strongly recommended. To enhance electrical safety a 30mA RCD (Residual Current Device) should be installed in all UK electric and pumped shower circuits.

This may be part of the consumer unit or a separate unit.

IMPORTANT! If upgrading to a higher Kilowatt shower it is essential to ensure the electrical supply and shower cable is adequate for the increased load.

Site Requirements - Water
To ensure activation of the heating elements the shower must be connected to a cold rising main water supply with a minimum running pressure of 1.0 bar (14.5 psi) at a minimum flow rate of 8 litres/minute* and a maximum static pressure of 10 bar (145 psi).

Minimum running pressure of 1.5bar (22psi) required for the T80si Extra.

*Minimum running pressure must be obtained at 9 litres/minute for the 9.5kW rate models and 11 litres/minute for the 10.5kW rate models.

If it is intended to operate the shower under conditions other than those stated, please contact our Customer Service Department for advice.

An isolation valve must be fitted in a convenient position in the supply pipe to allow the shower to be serviced

Where installation could result in the sprayhead falling below the top of the bath or shower tray, it will be necessary to fit a Double Check Valve to the inlet to prevent back flow, in accordance with water regulations and By-Laws.

If in doubt please contact Triton's Customer Service Department who can supply a suitable device if necessary.

Water Inlet Connection 15mm diameter

Water Outlet Connection Threaded 1/2" BSP

Please note: Electric showers must not be installed in steam rooms/cubicles.

To reduce the effects of condensation, rooms containing a shower should be adequately ventilated.

If it is intended to operate a shower in areas of hard water, a scale inhibitor may have to be fitted.

Water and Cable Entry Points

Top, Bottom, Back or Left

Materials:

Pressure Relief
If, due to a blockage in the outlet of the shower, there is a build up of pressure in the heating tank, the pressure relief device (P.R.D.) will come into operation to prevent any damage to the unit.

After operation the P.R.D. will need replacing.

TO AVOID NUISANCE OPERATION OF THE P.R.D. AND OVERHEATING PROBLEMS ON YOUR SHOWER, THE SPRAYHEAD SHOULD BE CLEANED REGULARLY

Temperature/Flow Rate
The temperature control on the unit can be adjusted to provide shower temperatures between 35 degree’s Centigrade and 47 degree’s Centigrade.

Alternatively, shower temperature can be restricted by setting a mechanism within the unit to one of three positions, providing 41degree’s Centrigrade, 43 degree’s Centigrade or 47 degree’s Centigrade maximum.

At a selected temperature the unit will maintain a set flow rate

The unit has 4 flow options:
1  COLD  (4.5 l/min)
2  LOW FLOW  (3 l/min)
3  MEDIUM FLOW  (4.5 l/min)
4  HIGH FLOW  (Maximum obtainable l/min)

If the unit is unable to maintain a stated flow rate for the temperature required due to variations in incoming water temperature/pressure, the unit will provide the maximum flow rate possible.

The maximum flow rate for the given temperature will be greater in the summer than in the winter due to the variance in the incoming water temperature.

Temperature Stabilisation
The unit will maintain the user's selected temperature when pressure changes occur (within the pressure range stated in the Site Requirements - Water section) and when there are fluctuations in voltage (within the UK supply tolerance) and inlet water temperature.

Safety Cut-Out
The unit is fitted with a non-resetable overtemperature safety device. In the event of abnormal operation which could cause unsafe temperatures within the unit, the device will disconnect the heating elements. It will require a visit from a qualified engineer to determine the nature of the fault and replace the safety device, once the unit has been repaired.

Company Approval
Triton is registered by The British Standards Institute and all Triton products are designed, tested and manufactured under Quality Management Systems certified to BS EN ISO 9001 : 1994 and Environmental Management Systems approved to ISO 14001.

Guarantee
The Triton range of mains fed electric showers are covered by a 2 year guarantee from the date of purchase (for domestic use only). The T80si Pumped, T90si, and T450i are covered by a 12 month guarantee.

For a small premium this can be extended to 3 to 5 years (for full details please see the warranty application form included in every Triton shower pack).

Installation
Full fitting instructions are included in every pack. If they would help you when planning your installation, a copy is available on request from the Customer Service Department.

Installation should be carried out by competent tradesmen in accordance with the detailed fitting instructions supplied with every unit and in accordance with water regulations.

Trade Installer Hotline
Trade installers can phone a dedicated hotline on 024 76325491 for immediate technical advice on installation and product suitability for commercial and multiple installations.

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Pumped Electric

Site Requirements - Electrical
The shower must be permanently connected to the electricity supply via a double pole isolating switch with a minimum contact gap of 3mm in both poles.

The switch must be readily accessible but out of reach of a person using a fixed bath or shower, except for the cord of a pull cord operated switch. The wiring must be connected to the switch without the use of a plug or socket outlet.

The supply cable selected for installation must conform to the relevant table in the current I.E.E. regulations.

The size of cable required is determined by the kW rating of the shower, the distance between the shower and the consumer unit and the way the cable is to be fitted.

The minimum size will be 6mm2 but in some cases 10mm2, or larger will be required. For showers rated above 8kW a minimum cable size of 10mm2 is strongly recommended.

To enhance electrical safety a 30mA RCD (Residual Current Device) should be installed in all UK electric and pumped shower circuits. This may be part of the consumer unit or a separate unit.

IMPORTANT! If upgrading to a higher Kilowatt shower it is essential to ensure the electrical supply and shower cable is adequate for the increased load.

Site Requirements - Water - IMPORTANT!

Under NO circumstances must the shower be connected to the mains cold water supply.

To ensure correct operation of the shower it must be connected to a gravity fed cold water storage cistern, with a maximum head of water of 10 metres and a minimum head of water of 80mm, as measured between the bottom of the storage cistern and the top of the unit.

The shower must be fed directly from the cold water cistern with no other draw offs between the cistern and the unit.

The tank connection for the cold water feed to the unit should be on the opposite side of the cistern to the ball valve. The unit must not be installed where it is subject to freezing conditions.

Water and Cable Entry Points

Top, Bottom or Back

Materials:

Temperature/Flow Rate
The electric heating elements operate at a constant rate and the temperature of the water is varied by adjusting the flow rate using the temperature control.

The greater the flow the cooler the water and vice versa.

The flow rate will be greater in the summer than in the winter due to the variance in the incoming water temperature. At border line water pressures, reduction in flow rate can occur.

Therefore, it may be necessary to select a lower power setting during the summer to achieve your preferred showering temperature. Showers not fitted with a power selector may not provide a full range of cool showering temperatures.

Auto Reset System
During normal operation if an overheat temperature is sensed, power to the elements will be reduced. Water will continue to flow.

When the temperature has cooled sufficiently, power to the elements will be automatically restored to the previous setting at the time of interruption.

Pressure Relief
If, due to a blockage in the outlet of the shower, there is a build up of pressure in the heating tank, the pressure relief device (P.R.D.) will come into operation to prevent any damage to the unit.

After operation the P.R.D. will need replacing.

TO AVOID NUISANCE OPERATION OF THE P.R.D. AND OVERHEATING PROBLEMS ON YOUR SHOWER, THE SPRAYHEAD SHOULD BE CLEANED REGULARLY

Company Approval
Triton is registered by The British Standards Institute and all Triton products are designed, tested and manufactured under Quality Management Systems certified to BS EN ISO 9001 : 1994 and Environmental Management Systems approved to ISO 14001.

Guarantee
The Triton range of mains fed electric showers are covered by a 2 year guarantee from the date of purchase (for domestic use only). The T80si Pumped, T90si, and T450i are covered by a 12 month guarantee.

For a small premium this can be extended to 3 to 5 years (for full details please see the warranty application form included in every Triton shower pack).

Installation
Full fitting instructions are included in every pack. If they would help you when planning your installation, a copy is available on request from the Customer Service Department.

Installation should be carried out by competent tradesmen in accordance with the detailed fitting instructions supplied with every unit and in accordance with water regulations.

Trade Installer Hotline
Trade installers can phone a dedicated hotline on 024 76325491 for immediate technical advice on installation and product suitability for commercial and multiple installations.

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Pump

Site Requirements - Water
To ensure correct operation, the pump must be connected to a cistern fed supply of cold water. 

The pump must NEVER be connected to the mains fed water supply

The cold water cistern must always be above the pump to ensure priming of the unit and at least 500mm above the sprayhead

If used with a combination cylinder the cold cistern must have a capacity of at least 114 litres to avoid starvation of water to the pump

Cold water supplies to the pump must be dedicated and separate from any other supplies

Site Requirements - Electrical

The wiring must be connected to the switch without the use of a plug or socket outlet. The supply cable selected for installation must conform to the relevant table in the current I.E.E. regulations

The minimum size will be 1mm2. To enhance electrical safety a 30mA RCD (Residual Current Device) should be installed in all UK electric and pumped shower circuits.

This may be part of the consumer unit or a separate unit

Dimensions (mm)     

 

Company Approval

Triton is registered by The British Standards Institute and all Triton products are designed, tested and manufactured under Quality Management Systems certified to BS EN ISO 9001 : 1994 and Environmental Management Systems approved to ISO 14001.

Guarantee
The Triton range of mains fed electric showers are covered by a 2 year guarantee from the date of purchase (for domestic use only). The T80si Pumped, T90si, and T450i are covered by a 12 month guarantee.

For a small premium this can be extended to 3 to 5 years (for full details please see the warranty application form included in every Triton shower pack).

Installation
Full fitting instructions are included in every pack. If they would help you when planning your installation, a copy is available on request from the Customer Service Department.

Installation should be carried out by competent tradesmen in accordance with the detailed fitting instructions supplied with every unit and in accordance with water regulations.

Trade Installer Hotline
Trade installers can phone a dedicated hotline on 024 76325491 for immediate technical advice on installation and product suitability for commercial and multiple installations.

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Power Showers

Packs

Site Requirements - Electrical
The pump must be permanently connected to the electricity supply via a double pole isolating switch with a minimum contact gap of 3mm in both poles. The switch must be readily accessible but out of reach of a person using a fixed bath or shower, except for the cord of a pull cord operated switch. 

The wiring must be connected to the switch without the use of a plug or socket outlet. The supply cable selected for installation must conform to the relevant table in the I.E.E. regulations. 

To enhance electrical safety a 30mA RCD (Residual Current Device) should be installed in all UK electric and pumped shower circuits. This may be part of the consumer unit or a separate unit

This Installation Must Be Earthed 

Site Requirements - Water
To ensure correct operation the pump must be connected to a cistern fed supply of hot and cold water at nominally equal pressures. The pump must never be connected to the mains cold water supply.

The cold water cistern must always be above the pump to ensure priming of the unit (see diagrams for details).

The hot water storage cylinder and cold water cistern should each have a minimum storage capacity of 114 litres in order to ensure adequate infill rate.

If supplying a number of outlets, it is recommended that the cold water cistern should have a minimum capacity of 230 litres in order to ensure adequate infill rate.

Both hot and cold water supplies to the pump must be dedicated and separate from any other outlets or connections

Water Connections 

Mixer Valve Outlet Connections:

Mixer Valve Outlet Connections:

Pump Water Connections:

Pump Motor Specification

Materials of Construction
Mixer Valve Brass inlet elbows and body, ABS trim, engineering polymers for thermostat cartridge.

Pump WRC approved materials which are inherently limescale resistant.

Dimensions (mm)   (Height x Width x Depth)
Power Shower Packs :  

Flush Fit Valve  165 x 165 x  64
Surface Mount Valve  110 x 218 x 126
Pump  141 x  242 x 97

Product Approval

Designed to comply with Water Fitting Bye-Laws Scheme operated by The Water Research Centre
Power Shower Packs and AS2000T only: thermostatic performance designed to conform to British Standards
Designed to comply with the latest product electrical safety standards

Company Approval
Triton is registered by The British Standards Institute and all Triton products are designed, tested and manufactured under Quality Management Systems certified to BS EN ISO 9001 : 1994 and Environmental Management Systems approved to ISO 14001.

Guarantee
All in one power showers and power shower pack pumps are covered by a 12 month guarantee (power shower pack mixer valve has 3 year guarantee) from the date of purchase.

For a small premium this can be extended to 3 to 5 years (for full details please see the warranty application form included in every Triton shower pack).

Installation
Installation should be carried out by competent tradesmen in accordance with the detailed fitting instructions (supplied with every unit) and Water Regulations and Bye-Laws.

A copy of the fitting instructions is available on request from the Customer Service Department if it would help when planning your installation.

Trade Installer Hotline
Trade installers can phone a dedicated hotline on 024 7632 5491 for immediate technical advice on installation, and to ensure product suitability for commercial and multiple installations.

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All In Ones

Site Requirements - Electrical

The pump must be permanently connected to the electricity supply via a double pole isolating switch with a minimum contact gap of 3mm in both poles. 

The switch must be readily accessible but out of reach of a person using a fixed bath or shower, except for the cord of a pull cord operated switch. The wiring must be connected to the switch without the use of a plug or socket outlet. 

The supply cable selected for installation must conform to the relevant table in the I.E.E. regulations. To enhance electrical safety a 30mA RCD (Residual Current Device) should be installed in all UK electric and pumped shower circuits. 

This may be part of the consumer unit or a separate unit

This Installation Must Be Earthed

Site Requirements - Water

To ensure correct operation the pump must be connected to a cistern fed supply of hot and cold water at nominally equal pressures.

The pump must NEVER be connected to the mains cold water supply.

The cold water cistern must always be above the pump to ensure priming of the unit (see diagrams for details).

The hot water storage cylinder and cold water cistern should each have a minimum storage capacity of 114 litres in order to ensure adequate infill rate.

If supplying a number of outlets, it is recommended that the cold water cistern should have a minimum capacity of 230 litres in order to ensure adequate infill rate.

Both hot and cold water supplies to the pump must be dedicated and separate from any other outlets or connections

Water Connections

Inlet Connections:

Outlet Connections:

Pump Motor Specification

Materials of Construction
Acetal, nylon and ABS

Dimensions (mm)     
Height 268  Width 206  Depth 138

Product Approval
Designed to comply with Water Fitting Bye-Laws Scheme operated by The Water Research Centre
Power Shower Packs and AS2000T only: thermostatic performance designed to conform to British Standards
Designed to comply with the latest product electrical safety standards

Company Approval
Triton is registered by The British Standards Institute and all Triton products are designed, tested and manufactured under Quality Management Systems certified to BS EN ISO 9001 : 1994 and Environmental Management Systems approved to ISO 14001.

Guarantee
All in one power showers and power shower pack pumps are covered by a 12 month guarantee (power shower pack mixer valve has 3 year guarantee) from the date of purchase. For a small premium this can be extended to 3 to 5 years (for full details please see the warranty application form included in every Triton shower pack).

Installation
Installation should be carried out by competent tradesmen in accordance with the detailed fitting instructions (supplied with every unit) and Water Regulations and Bye-Laws. A copy of the fitting instructions is available on request from the Customer Service Department if it would help when planning your installation.

Trade Installer Hotline
Trade installers can phone a dedicated hotline on 024 7632 5491 for immediate technical advice on installation, and to ensure product suitability for commercial and multiple installations.

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