There is nothing more satisfying than tearing down an old, substandard bathroom and replacing it with a new, modern design to provide a luxurious shower experience. Therefore, if you are going for a wonderful new shower, you don't want to end up standing in a trickle, or washing in piping hot or cold water. This is why it is important to install the right Full Shower Set for your design, which will give your new shower the best performance.

You also need to consider which shower system will work with the plumbing system in your home. We know that every household is different and one of three different piping systems can be installed: gravity system, pressurized system or combined (combined) boiler system. No matter what kind of plumbing system is installed in your home, there is a suitable shower system, but before deciding which shower system to install, it is best to check which type of shower system is most suitable.

What are the different shower systems?

There are many different types of shower systems: these are electric, digital, water-saving airdrop and power showers, as well as thermostatic showers and ordinary hybrid showers. You may also want to consider the different functions of the shower system, because many shower handles and nozzles can be single-function or multi-function.

Multifunctional shower heads can include different modes, from refreshing shower settings to relaxing massages. Or, you may want to wash away your worries with an exhilarating rain scene.

The type of system you choose depends on the type of plumbing system in your home and the type of shower accessories you plan to install in the bathtub or shower room.

What do I need to know about manual mixing showers?
The manual mixing shower is a shower system that most people are familiar with. As the name suggests, this kind of shower draws water from the existing hot and cold water supply and then merges it in the equipment. The hybrid shower can be used as a countertop installation device with an integrated shower handle, and can be fixed to the wall by rails and brackets-making it a popular choice for shower bathtubs. Just turn on the faucet (just like adding water to a bathtub) and pull the toggle switch, and the water will flow through the shower head.

Although manual mixing showers are an ideal solution for shower baths, they can also be installed in a single shower room. Most hybrid showers can be used with any plumbing system, but it is worth remembering that because they draw water from your existing water supply system, they will not increase the water flow of the shower. Therefore, if the water from your faucet is poor, so is your shower.

What do I need to know about thermostatic showers?

The thermostatic shower allows you to fully control the temperature. Similar to the manual mixing shower, the thermostatic shower draws water from the existing supply, but unlike the normal mixing device, it contains a preset thermostat to keep the water temperature consistent-even if you use the faucet elsewhere in the house!

Thermostatic showers can be installed on the deck for showering bathtubs or working as part of a hidden or exposed device. For more information on the different types of shower valves, please view our article here.

What do I need to know about power showers?
Power showers are similar to standard hybrid showers in that they use water from hot and cold faucets, combined to produce sufficient temperature. Since hybrid showers are usually installed in homes that usually have low-pressure water systems (such as gravity systems), many people install additional booster pumps, which will generate more pressure from the shower. These are often referred to as "power showers."

There are two types of shower pumps available, plastic and brass. Plastic pump bodies are reliable and much cheaper than brass substitutes. However, these may be a bit noisy during operation and may require more maintenance than brass pumps.

Brass pumps may be a little more expensive, but they are heavy equipment, quieter in use and more able to withstand the test of time.

What do I need to know about electric showers?

Electric showers are usually the showers of choice for households where the hot water produced by the boiler is in short supply. Unlike mixers and power showers, electric showers draw water from a cold water supply, where it is heated by heating elements in the shower.

Since the electric shower is completely separate from the hot water system, you can get hot water instantly (unlike many faucets or power showers that get hot water from the hot water supply). This means that the electric shower can be used around the clock, so you don't need to worry about turning on the hot water half an hour before the shower.

The electric shower can be used in any home, regardless of the plumbing system, because the shower unit draws water from the cold water supply and heats it inside the unit. However, if you have a gravity system, your electric shower system may get better water pressure.

What do I need to know about digital showers?
Digital shower is a revolution in shower technology. It works very similar to a mixer or power shower, but allows you to better control the temperature.

Standard power showers or hybrid showers need to adjust the flow of hot or cold water from the faucet into the shower nozzle to achieve the proper temperature. However, the digital shower allows you to set the appropriate temperature on the wireless digital shower panel installed in the shower.

Because they are programmable, you can set the shower to preheat mode to gently heat the water to your favorite temperature before you enter-so there is no need to dip your toes or stand against a wall to avoid freezing water! The wireless digital panel allows you to fully control the temperature and water flow, so you can program it according to your personal preferences.

The digital shower room is an excellent modern shower choice that can bring luxury and convenience to any family. They are also an ideal shower solution for houses without shower facilities, such as old houses. Since pipes and pumps can be installed in the attic space above the bathroom, and the shower head passes through the ceiling, you can avoid electricity and pipes passing through the house to the bathroom, or install false walls to hide the pipes.

What do I need to know about water-saving airdrop showers?
We understand that more and more people are paying attention to the environment and trying to live a greener lifestyle.
In the full set of shower systems, Hot And Cold Faucet also occupies a very important position, so choosing a faucet is also a thing to pay attention to
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