‘Plumb and play’ pump boosts opportunities for merchants

Published:  01 November, 2013

DAB Pumps says its latest water pressure-boosting pump, the e.sybox, sets a new benchmark in pump design and technology, driving more sales for builders’ and plumbers’ merchants.

Counter staff can sell the benefits of e.sybox quickly and easily. It saves time and money for installers who will find this product easy to fit, in turn giving their customers a low-noise product they will be happy to have in their homes.

Cutting-edge technology and an ergonomic design brings a ‘plumb and play’ dimension to installation. Once plumbed in, the unit can be plugged directly into the mains electricity supply. When it is switched on, the unit automatically commissions.

Thanks to the specially designed casing and water-cooled motor, the pump offers extremely low noise levels – the solution to an inherent pressure-boosting problem in domestic situations. Its award-wining design means the e.sybox will not look out of place wherever it’s installed, and features like dry running and frost protection offer added peace of mind. For larger residential buildings, such as hotels, the product’s wireless connectivity and modular design can expand the pump system up to a four-pump booster set.

“The e.sybox is a high-quality, high-margin product for merchants,” explained Neil Haigh, project manager for DAB Pumps. “We believe it sets high standards yet to be matched in design, ease of installation and low-noise performance, which will drive demand through the supply chain.”

DAB Pumps have nine production plants and numerous sales offices in Europe and around the world. It produces more than 2m motor-driven water pumps each year.

For more details contact Mr Haigh on 01279 652776, email neil.haigh@dwtgroup.com or visit www.dabpumps.co.uk.

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