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A 6mm cable will overheat with a 10.5kw shower, with possible fire risk. You must use a 10mm cable and a suitably rated circuit breaker (MCB)(usually 50 amp) with a residual current device (RCD). If you are unsure of the wiring you have currently installed, consult a qualified electrician. There are various online b… see more A 6mm cable will overheat with a 10.5kw shower, with possible fire risk. You must use a 10mm cable and a suitably rated circuit breaker (MCB)(usually 50 amp) with a residual current device (RCD). If you are unsure of the wiring you have currently installed, consult a qualified electrician. There are various online blogs which also offer advice. see less A 6mm cable will overheat with a 10.5kw shower, with possible fire risk. You must use a 10mm cable and a suitably rated circuit breaker (MCB)(usually 50 amp) with a residual current device (RCD). If you are unsure of the wiring you have currently installed, consult a qualified electrician. There are various online blogs which also offer advice.
By lesaitch32d on 03 March 2014
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I have just purchased the triton seville 10.5kw shower, which I find very good. I wouldn't say I have exceptional water pressure here, but it works very satisfactory. In the manual it says that increase in the shower temperature will decrease the flow of water through the shower making it warmer. Likewise if you decrea… see more I have just purchased the triton seville 10.5kw shower, which I find very good. I wouldn't say I have exceptional water pressure here, but it works very satisfactory. In the manual it says that increase in the shower temperature will decrease the flow of water through the shower making it warmer. Likewise if you decrease the temperature it will increase the flow of water. Hope this is useful info for you. see less I have just purchased the triton seville 10.5kw shower, which I find very good. I wouldn't say I have exceptional water pressure here, but it works very satisfactory. In the manual it says that increase in the shower temperature will decrease the flow of water through the shower making it warmer. Likewise if you decrease the temperature it will increase the flow of water. Hope this is useful info for you.
By Mrs Helen Thomas on 18 November 2014
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Not sure what the set up for the opal is but obviously you can handle a 9.5 as you've had it before. In terms of the plumbing, the Seville has a few different points of entry so there's a really good chance it'll suit. I know the Seville is designed to be an ideal replacement shower as it can work on a few different se… see more Not sure what the set up for the opal is but obviously you can handle a 9.5 as you've had it before. In terms of the plumbing, the Seville has a few different points of entry so there's a really good chance it'll suit. I know the Seville is designed to be an ideal replacement shower as it can work on a few different set ups. I replaced a 9.5 mira shower and the seville was no problem at all. Can't say 100% but I'd be confident. Check the reviews. Bound to find one that'll confirm it for you. As you're replacing a triton I'd be surprised if it won't. The Seville is for mains fed systems. Just so you know. Mine is in a few months now and thankfully it's been excellent so far. Good luck. see less Not sure what the set up for the opal is but obviously you can handle a 9.5 as you've had it before. In terms of the plumbing, the Seville has a few different points of entry so there's a really good chance it'll suit. I know the Seville is designed to be an ideal replacement shower as it can work on a few different set ups. I replaced a 9.5 mira shower and the seville was no problem at all. Can't say 100% but I'd be confident. Check the reviews. Bound to find one that'll confirm it for you. As you're replacing a triton I'd be surprised if it won't. The Seville is for mains fed systems. Just so you know. Mine is in a few months now and thankfully it's been excellent so far. Good luck.
By Calv on 29 June 2014
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Yes and it's working fine
By cristian ionel petrean on 18 November 2014
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It all depends on the wiring most use 8.5kw
By taffman61 on 18 November 2014
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I can't find any information on the Triton S90i, so I have no idea of the capacity. The Seville 10.5kw shower requires appropriate wiring (10mm instead of the 6mm cable which is often used on low powered showers. Use of the thinner cable for this shower could be dangerous. Also there needs to be a separate circuit br… see more I can't find any information on the Triton S90i, so I have no idea of the capacity. The Seville 10.5kw shower requires appropriate wiring (10mm instead of the 6mm cable which is often used on low powered showers. Use of the thinner cable for this shower could be dangerous. Also there needs to be a separate circuit breaker of appropriate rating - The Seville 10.5kw has an amp rating of 43.75 amps, so a micro circuit breaker (mcb) of say 50 amps is needed to be safe. Additionally, there should be an rcd (residual current device) in the circuit to stop you getting electrocuted in the event of a fault. You can buy a 50 amp mcb with a built-in rcd, designed especially for modern electrical showers. Check your existing fuse box to determine the fuse/mcb rating of your existing shower. If it's less than 45 amps, it will be unsuitable for the Seville, and will almost certainly have the 6mm cabling which is also unsuitable. If in doubt consult a qualified electrician. I hope this is some help. see less I can't find any information on the Triton S90i, so I have no idea of the capacity. The Seville 10.5kw shower requires appropriate wiring (10mm instead of the 6mm cable which is often used on low powered showers. Use of the thinner cable for this shower could be dangerous. Also there needs to be a separate circuit breaker of appropriate rating - The Seville 10.5kw has an amp rating of 43.75 amps, so a micro circuit breaker (mcb) of say 50 amps is needed to be safe. Additionally, there should be an rcd (residual current device) in the circuit to stop you getting electrocuted in the event of a fault. You can buy a 50 amp mcb with a built-in rcd, designed especially for modern electrical showers. Check your existing fuse box to determine the fuse/mcb rating of your existing shower. If it's less than 45 amps, it will be unsuitable for the Seville, and will almost certainly have the 6mm cabling which is also unsuitable. If in doubt consult a qualified electrician. I hope this is some help.
By lesaitch32d on 09 August 2014
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I bought the 7Kw version and it does have a variable spray pattern
By Logic1 on 20 May 2017
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Any query regarding electric and water should be referred to a qualified electrician. Without anyone seeing the actual setup and giving advice could have serious consequences.
By BM on 12 February 2015
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It is ok to use outside the UK the feed pipe is one mil to big just sand it down it worked for me
By J B… on 30 November 2015
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Yes. Bottom right water feed.
By Bazza on 08 June 2014