Four steps teach you how to maintain a constant temperature shower
Posted on April 02 2022
With the improvement of living standards, more and more families have begun to install thermostatic showers. Do you know the maintenance techniques of thermostatic showers? Let me learn about it below.
1. Ask experienced professionals for construction and installation. When installing, the shower should try not to hit hard objects, and do not leave cement, glue, etc. on the surface, so as not to damage the gloss of the surface coating. Pay special attention to the installation after removing the debris in the pipeline, otherwise it will cause the shower to be blocked by the pipeline debris, which will affect the use. When the water pressure is not lower than 0.02mPa (ie 0.2kgf/cubic centimeter), after using for a period of time, if you find that the water output is reduced, or even the water heater is turned off, you can gently twist the water outlet of the shower. Under the screen cover to remove impurities, it can generally be restored as before. But remember not to forcibly disassemble the shower head, because the internal structure of the shower head is complicated and non-professional.
2. When the water pressure is not lower than 0.02mPa, after using for a period of time, it may be found that the water output is reduced, or even the water heater is turned off. At this time, the screen can be lightly covered on the water outlet of the shower. Unscrew gently to remove the impurities inside.
3. When switching the shower faucet and adjusting the sprinkler's water outlet mode, do not use too much force and turn it gently.
4. Don't use excessive force when turning on or off the shower faucet and adjusting the spray mode of the shower, just turn it gently. Even the traditional faucet does not require much effort. Special attention should be paid not to use the handle of the faucet and the shower bracket as a handrail to support or use the metal hose of the shower head of the bathtub. It should be kept in a natural stretch state, and do not coil it on the faucet when not in use. At the same time, be careful not to form a dead angle at the joint between the hose and the faucet, so as not to break or damage the hose.