The technical difference between shower and shower is in the form of heating the water, while the distinction in the popular knowledge, is in water flow. According to the civil engineer José Roberto Scarpetta Alves, the shower, in fact, does not heat the water. The liquid comes from somewhere else–hot gas heater, for example–and the only shower “spreads” the water. As you don’t need to employ energy on heating, the shower has the ability to spray more amount of water, i.e. has a higher flow rate.
“A few years ago, a traditional brand began calling a” shower electric shower that had a stronger Jet than the competing company, and associates the word “shower” to an equipment with more water flow “, clarifies the professional. Technically, however, is one that has a mechanism of warm water–as an electric resistance, for example. Because of the energy you spend on heating, your sprinkler capacity is less.
Who do matter to give the right name to what’s in the bathroom still has two other ways to identify. The shower has no wires and is attached to the part, using a certain angle of inclination to reach who’s taking the bath. The shower already has wires and a pipe that away from the wall.
The options market
On the market, the more known brands offer over 20 shower options each. The main differences are in power and the spreader (flow). The presence of the pressurizer as part of the shower also opens the range of possibilities, and the so-called armored resistance extends the range offered.
The amount of available temperatures starts in three – off, summer/winter warm/warm – and may reach a large number, since the showers with electronic control enable gradual adjustment of water temperature. In these models, it is common to back rod, which put literally fit within everyone’s reach, because that’s all it takes the famous “hops” to change the key in the body of the shower.
Another detail is that the brands offer showers in different color options, including with chrome accents, so that the equipment can match the style of the bathroom.
The simplest options usually have three temperature options, but there are brands that offer models with four temperatures. With stronger Jet (more flow), there are alternatives with body (spreader). The models also offer versions with pressurizer.
With different temperature options, including models with electronic control, there are showers with adjustable Jet on the market.