Mixer Shower

Mixer showers take water from both hot and cold water supplies. They mix the hot and cold to reach a desired temperature. They generally flow faster than electric showers. If you have a low pressure gravity water system, you can make the flow more forceful by adding a shower pump. Mixer showers ideal for homes with a plentiful supply of hot...

Mixer showers take water from both hot and cold water supplies. They mix the hot and cold to reach a desired temperature. They generally flow faster than electric showers. If you have a low pressure gravity water system, you can make the flow more forceful by adding a shower pump. Mixer showers ideal for homes with a plentiful supply of hot water. Mixer showers can be used both off the mains water supply via a combination boiler or an unvented heating system (see Heatingselector.co.uk for further information) or via a conventional gravity fed system using stored hot water and a cold water tank, please refer to the schematic drawings under the showerselector process to understand how these systems look, and to help you identify your own system. Mixer showers essentially take your stored hot and cold water and mix it via the mixing valve. We recommend thermostatic mixing valves, these valves have an integral thermostat, the thermostat ensures a safe showering temperature for users, especially important for the very young or indeed the very old, showerselector recommends the use of thermostatic shower valves as standard. Showerselector recommends Mira mixer showers – they are designed specifically for UK plumbing systems, with their high level of engineering to deliver good flow and pressure through the mixing valves. The range of pricing varies from £100 to £300+. The choices of mixing valves are numerous largely around styling or price point, clearly the more expensive the better the design and engineering of the product.

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