A well-designed shower can ensure that the amount of water distributed by each spray hole is basically the same, so you must see the water when choosing a shower. Water-saving function is the key point to be considered when purchasing a shower. Some showers use a steel ball valve core and are equipped with an adjustable hot water controller, which can adjust the inflow of hot water into the mixing tank, so that the hot water can flow out quickly and accurately. This type of shower with reasonable design saves 50% of water compared to ordinary showers.
When choosing, let the sprinkler tilt the water out. If the spray hole on the top has little or no water at all, it means that the internal design of the sprinkler is very general. Even if there are multiple water outlet methods such as lasing and spraying, the user may not get the corresponding Cozy experience.
Secondly, look at the nozzle and pay attention to whether the shower is easy to clean. The clogging of the sprinkler outlet is often caused by the accumulation of impurities in the screen cover. If the sprinkler is used for a long time, scale deposits will inevitably occur. If it cannot be cleaned, some spray holes may be blocked. In order to avoid poor water quality. When the nozzle is blocked, the well-designed shower nozzle often protrudes for easy cleaning, or the nozzle is made of silica gel, and the scale deposited on the nozzle can be wiped off with a rag or hand when cleaning. Some showers are also equipped with the function of automatically removing scale. You can ask more about this when purchasing showers.