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Greatly improves the safety and comfort of the shower
- Apr 18, 2018 -

Constant temperature shower is another name for the thermostatic shower, also known as thermostatic shower faucet or thermostatic shower faucet. In the home, there are generally four places where hot and cold water mixing taps are used: kitchens, wash basins, bathtubs, and shower rooms.

Among them, because the mixed warm water used for the shower is sprayed directly onto the human body through the shower, maintaining a constant temperature can greatly improve the safety and comfort of the shower, and this can be achieved by using a thermostatic mixing faucet equipped with a shower head. .

First, we must invite experienced professionals to carry out construction and installation. When installing, the shower should try not to collide with hard objects, do not put cement, glue, etc. on the surface, so as not to damage the surface coating gloss. Special attention should be paid to removing the debris in the pipeline before installation, otherwise it will cause the shower to be blocked by the pipe debris, which will affect the use.

Second, in the case of water pressure not lower than 0.02mPa (ie 0.2kgf/cm3), after a period of use, if the amount of water is found to decrease, or even water heaters turn off, etc., can be at the outlet of the shower Gently unscrew the screen cover to remove impurities and generally recover as before. However, remember not to dismantle the shower by force. Due to the complex internal structure of the shower, non-professionals should not disassemble it.

3. Do not use too much force when switching the shower faucet and adjusting the shower outlet mode. Even traditional taps don't require much effort. Take special care not to use the handle or shower bracket as a handrail to support or use.

4. The metal hoses of the bathtub shower head should be kept in a natural stretch, and should not be coiled on the faucet when not in use. At the same time, be careful not to form a dead angle at the joint of the hose and the faucet so as not to break or damage the hose.