Riser – An attachment to the rail, allows the shower
head to be adjusted for up and down to allow for height
Mixer – Bath tap fixture which incorporates a shower
– A screen that sits on one side of the bath and is
used to deflect water thus enabling the bath to double as
a shower enclosure.
Jet – A jet of water that emerges from a shower
Concealed Shower Valve – Here all the plumbing is hidden behind a stud wall to create
a streamline look.
– Shower that draws water from the cold mains and heats
it as it is used.
Exposed Shower Valve – Here all the connections and pipework are on show.
Head – Shower head fixed permanently to wall without
- uses a simple shower valve to combine your hot and cold
water supplies to produce the showering temperature and flow
that you require.
- combines a mixing valve with a pump in one complete unit.
The valve blends hot and cold gravity fed water to achieve
the showering temperature that is required. The pump boosts
the flow of water to give a powerful, invigorating shower.
Showerbath – a shaped
bath that is built specifically for containing a shower at
– are the framework in which you take a shower i.e.
a shower tray and door, or a shower tray and door with inline
and/or side panels.
– Shower Head detachable from the rail and can be directed
to the body by hand.
– consists of bodyjets and multiple showerheads which
can be used over a bath or within a shower enclosure
- provide the necessary boost to solve your problems of poor
shower performance and can be used with any good quality mixer
shower or shower panel.
- The base of the unit that holds the Shower Enclosure, with
waste for disposal of used water.
valve – temperature is regulated with this valve
so that it remains constant.
– provides optimum performance without the use of pumps
or electrical connections. It uses mains cold water and pulls
hot water from your cylinder through the suction effect of
the venture nozzle.
Rooms - a fully tiled walk in shower room