A fixed multi-function shower head and a handheld shower are standard equipment with all our dual-function shower systems. These bathing choices are popular and may be used in various ways. Includes a convenient riser rail that allows you to quickly adjust the height of your shower handset to get the most out of your experience. Depending on your preferences, you may choose traditional or contemporary designs for these showers, which come in round or square shapes.
A diverter valve should be included in your handheld showerhead so that you may regulate the temperature of the water flowing through it. If you are looking for a way to save costs while also decreasing water use, this is a good solution. Both wall-mounted multi-function and handheld shower heads contain diverters that may be used to adjust the water flow. They let you choose between utilizing all or half of the available power. The 50 percent setting is the best option if you want a little hotter water. In contrast, if you choose 100%, it will put you under the most stress. Diverter-equipped showers often feature a variety of options, including the following:
To turn on a showerhead with a single handle, follow the same steps outlined above, but connect the Showerhead directly to the faucet's spout. It will enable you to switch on and off the Showerhead easily.
In many cases, double handles are made of two separate knobs on each side of the faucet's body. One of the knobs must be pushed simultaneously with the other to activate a showerhead with two independent knobs.
The difference between a double handle and a triple handle is that a triple handle has three separate controls instead of simply two. For example, one knob is used to turn on the cold water supply, while another knob is used to adjust the temperature. The third knob is used to turn on the shower.
These faucets don't need any additional hardware to work correctly. You may adjust the amount of water delivered by turning the knob in the appropriate direction. Even a single knob may be used to regulate the functioning of several outlets.
Instead of a knob, this faucet features a lever outside the body. With this design, you don't have to reach into the bathroom to alter the quantity of water being dispensed, making it more convenient than conventional pullouts.
A cross-shaped handle is used instead of a regular handle on this faucet. Because there aren't any levers to become stuck, this faucet is much like those with two handles. Cross-handle faucets may be installed in any part of the bathroom.
Having a Broken Showerhead? Do You Know What to Do?
As soon as you realize that anything is amiss with your handheld showerhead, follow these instructions:
Using the hand shower and the fixed multifunction shower head have unique effects on how the shower works. If you have a dual shower system in your bathroom, on the other hand, you may have the sensation of a double shower as well as two different water pressures and two separate shower heads. A dual shower system is not difficult to install, but you must ensure that the water supply is shut off and that there is no water leakage before installing any dual showers that use pipes.