Install your own shower panel for luxurious bathroom

Installing a shower panel offers many advantages to your home. Shower allows you to take a quick but thorough wash using minimum water and electricity. What’s more, shower panel is easy to install in the main bathroom and en-suite. If you are thinking about installation shower here are some important facts you need to know. The first thing to remember is that a shower panel is made of several parts – a hot water supply system, a booth that you stand at the door, a shower panel that collects the water used and sends it to no avail, a shower panel head that emits water and directs it if over your body, and such items as shower rails, curtains and hooks.

Firstly, let’s look at a hot water supply system that has three main types – electric shower, shower mixer, and shower panel. Each type of function is different and has its own requirements for installation. Shower panel is the most simple and most popular. It consists of a heating unit that draws cold water from your main supply, heats it up and passes through the shower head. Installing shower panel is a simple procedure, you just have to install a shower unit in your bathroom, connect it to your water supply and install the power cord.

However, you must first determine if your site meets all the requirements regarding water supply and electricity. First, there is a water pressure problem. The shower panel requires a minimum pressure requirement of running a bar and ten static pressure requirements. They also require a water flow rate of eight liters per minute and to connect to the main water supply, a width of 15mm pipe diameter is required. The higher the rating, the higher the flow. The shower panel works by mixing hot and cold water in a special valve before it reaches the shower head. You can get these types for both high and low water supply pressure, and they can be either surface or flush mounted. In the former, the shower panel is installed on top of your existing surface and in the second, you can see the valves but the pipework is hidden.

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