A shower head is a perforated nozzle designed for directing the spray of water in a bathroom shower. These can be fixed to the wall or ceiling of the shower room or be hand held and attached to a hose
Fixed Shower Heads
Fixed shower heads are one of the most common forms of shower head. These shower heads connect directly to the plumbing fixtures and are fixed permanently to the wall pointing down at a fixed angle. These shower heads are ideal for use in small enclosures.
● Wall Arm Shower Heads: Wall arm shower heads are fixed to an extended wall arm and point straight down. These shower heads are often larger in size
● Ceiling Shower Heads: Ceiling shower heads are similar to the wall arm shower heads but are fixed to the ceiling. These shower heads are ideal for larger bathrooms with walk in showers. These are also known as rain shower heads as they provide a wide, even distribution of water and for best results you stand directly under them.
Shower Head Settings
Most shower heads feature an adjustable nozzle that provides different water spray patterns such as blast, spray, drench, jet, and rain.
● Massage Shower Heads: These shower heads are designed to shoot out water in way that replicates a body massage using pulsating and massaging jets of water
● Water Saving Shower Heads: The flow rate of a shower head is the measure of gallons per minute that a shower head dispenses. These shower heads are designed to save water by restricting flow