Traditional Bathrooms Launch New Range Of Electric Showers

About Electric Showers:

When choosing your electric shower it is important to understand that there is a difference between a standard electric shower and a power shower. A common mistake that end users make is to buy an electric shower with the expectation that the electric shower will be more powerful than a normal shower. If you require a powerful invigourating shower then the choice should be a power shower.

An electric shower is basically a water heater. Electric showers heat mains pressure cold water very quickly and efficiently. A standard electrical shower does not have a water pump so the amount of water you get through will be dependent on your mains water pressure.

Electric showers are very economical as you heat only the water you require, Electric showers are the only type of shower that works independent of the hot water system, so if your boiler fails you can still have a nice hot shower.

Power showers:
These electric showers have an integral pump which creates a more invigorating shower. Power showers connect to the both your hot and cold water supplies. The power showers use less electricity that a regular electric shower.

Plumbing And Electricity

An electric shower requires plumbing only to a mains cold water supply, and connection to the electrical supply. The high power (between about 8.5kW and 10.8kW) electrical element will require connection to a separate fused electrical supply circuit, which generally requires an electrician

Electric Showers Benefit From:

  • The convenience of an on/off button; after installation simply set the flow and temperature control to suit, showering couldn’t be easier instant hot water at the flick of a switch.
  • A variety of neon indicator lights for peace of mind.
  • Three power settings to ensure suitability in every season when the cold temperature may vary.
  • A full set of accessories including a premium multi function handset for a choice of water spray patterns.
  • Multi inlet options for ease of installation.
  • Operating pressures: minimum 1 bar – maximum 5 bar.
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