... : 1600 mm. Features Faucet: Included Finish: White Flexible hose length (m): 1.75 Handshower: Included Hydromassage Hydromassage jets functions: Back, Lumbar Installation type: Freestanding Minimum ...
Equipped panel with shower head, for wall fitting Characteristics Price range: Exclusive Style: Contemporary Colour: White , White wood , Grain , Burlington , White soft , Wenge Sizes Width: 24 cm Height: 164 cm
The NUI MAX model is ideal for those who adore getting soaked in the rain. Its large-sized overhead rain shower will make you enjoy the pleasure of water. The option of adding thermostatic tap fittings provides extra comfort.
Hydrotherapy column Dimensions : 165 x 20 cm Rainfall and waterfall shower head Thermostatic mixer Digital display of the water temperature (battery power supply) Pannels of hydromassage anti-scale micro-jets Hand ...
... panel includes: Quality thermostat shower mixer N2 (optional regular mixer N1) Rain shower Minimalistic hand shower Hydromassage jets (3) with three spray options Concealed shelves Dimensions24 x 149 x 33 cm
Specifications: Size 1500 x 200 mm Infinity Shower Panel (Black mirror finish) • 2 Jets • Head Shower • Hand Shower • Spout • Shampoo Shelf • Minimum Water Presure 2 bar
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How to choose this product
A hydromassage column, or panel combines all the essential shower massage elements (i.e., pipe work, thermostats and water jets, etc.) into one vertical unit. Wall-mounted or freestanding, it replaces the existing shower head.
In contrast to a hydromassage cabin, these units require no separate enclosure. They can be installed in existing spas and bathrooms, whose walls form the shower enclosure. They also can be inserted into some stall showers. However, they have water jets on only one side, whereas some hydromassage cabins include water jets on all sides.
The column is often thermostatically controlled and may need a certain minimum pressure to function correctly. This may require the addition of extra devices, such as a pressure equalizing pump and a negative shower head pump.
How to choose
Determine how the column will be fixed to the wall or floor and attached to preexisting plumbing. Ensure that column installation leaves enough space in the shower for comfortable movement.
Verify any special requirements (e.g., minimum water pressure) and the need for extra equipment to function properly. Other factors and options include the number of jets, a hand shower, outlets, programmable sequences and a thermostat failsafe device to prevent scalding.
- Can be used with some existing stalls
- Enclosure may be changed separately
- May require separate enclosure
- Water jets on one side only
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