Tuesday, November 1, 2011

Shower 2.0

Here is the new shower going into the hall bathroom, replacing the now defunct Brazilian-death-shower. After replacing the standard 2 handle faucets 3 times in 6 months we are switching over to brass shut-off valves for a bit of unbreakable industrial chic. A nice oversized low-flow rain showerhead, we will need this to minimize the drain on our tanks, as our water soon to be warmed by a lpg gas instant hotwater system.


4 comments:

  1. 'instant hotwater system' sounds suspiciously like that electric thing you allow in the shower with you...where there is water.

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  2. The Brazilian Death Shower was exactly that; basicaly a 2000W hairdrier inside a shower head. (see the Power Shower for more details). The new system is seperate unit mounted in another room, that uses cooking gas (lpg/propane) from a bottle to heat water as it passes through it. it is very efficent and works even when the power is off ( the autostart and temp control electronics run off of batteries). it will be able to provide all the hotwater for both bathrooms, and most importanly will be able to deliver a steam'n-hot bath full of water, no matter what the power grid is doing. Next up is a water tower to increase our water capacity and provide water preasure without having to run the pump all the time.

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