Your CPD: Questions – replacing showers
1 What is the maximum length of pipe run from the diverter to the outlet?
2 After installation, what is the next procedure?
a Switch on and check temperatures and that WiFi is enabled.
b Switch on and flush through without any outlet heads on.
c Instruct the customer on its use.
3 What is the maximum hot water temperature supply to the smart valve?
4 If the smart valve had its hot water supplied via a combination boiler, how might this effect its performance?
a Poor water pressure.
b Seasonal inlet water temperatures.
c Heating demand reducing the hot water flow.
5 If the water supply to the shower was gravity fed, what size pipework should be installed as close as possible?
6 Identify which power supply arrangements are correct for the installation:
a Non-switched 5 amp fused single pole spur supply.
b Non-switched 3 amp fused single pole supply.
c Double pole 3 amp fused switched spur.
d A plug and socket wiith a 3-amp fuse.
7 If the water temperature was too low during operation of a gravity-fed system, what might have happened during the pipework installation?
a Water supplies might be from the same source.
b Stored hot water temperature is too low.
c Must have balanced supplies.
Answer the above questions and send your answers, along with your name, membership number and email address, to:
CPD Assessment, CIPHE
64 Station Lane
or visit the members-only area of the CIPHE website: