What is the suitable installation height of the shower head
- By:Myanmar B2b
It is not difficult to install the shower head, but many people do not know what the installation height of the shower head is. In fact, if you master the installation height of the shower head, you can also install the shower head correctly.
The installation height of the shower head is generally about 2.1-2.2 meters, and the distance between the shower head and the human head is about 40 cm. It is inconvenient to use if it is too close, and it is easy to touch the shower head; if it is too far away, the water temperature will drop, and hot water will be wasted. (The water temperature of the shower is sprayed from the nozzle and drops 3-5 degrees to the ground) The specifics can also be adjusted according to the height of the family.
If the height difference of the family members is relatively large, you can buy a shower with a lifting function and adjust it according to the height. Generally, the water inlet of the surface-mounted shower is about 0.9-1.1 meters away from the ground. The height of the concealed shower is the same as that of the exposed one, except that the water pipe is pre-buried in the wall.
After purchasing a shower, bathtub, or wall-mounted faucet, you can choose a suitable height to bury the water pipe. The distance between the hot and cold water pipes must be 15 cm. Don't forget to flush the water pipe before installation, so as not to cause damage to the faucet due to excessive water quality. If the elbow between the faucet and the wall joint is too long, you can cut off a part of the 4-point end, and remember that the 6-point connection with the faucet cannot be cut randomly. After purchasing a concealed faucet, the valve core of the faucet is generally pre-embedded in the wall.
Remind everyone to pay attention to the thickness of the bathroom wall before embedding. If the wall is too thin, the spool cannot be pre-embedded. Do not remove the plastic protective cover of the valve core easily during pre-embedding, so as not to damage the valve core during pre-embedding by cement and other chores.