UK: Bathroom Showers: Bathroom Shower Manufacturers & Suppliers
ABOUT BATHROOM SHOWERS
There are two main types of bathroom showers: hot water bathroom showers and electric bathroom showers. Hot water bathroom showers require to be plumbed into a hot water supply. Power showers may be required in houses which do not have a high pressure water system, and where the water pressure is low. These incorporate an electric pump. Hot water bathroom showers may be provided with thermostatic temperature control, or fully digital control systems. Electric bathroom showers require only a cold water feed, and heat the water instantly; however their rate of flow is limited. Leading UK bathroom shower suppliers are profiled below the sponsored links.
LEADING BATHROOM SHOWER MANUFACTURERS & SUPPLIERS
Mira: Bathroom Showers. Mira Showers was founded as Walker Crosweller in London in 1921. It launched the world's first thermostatic shower in 1937. Mira, based in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, is now part of the US based multinational Kohler. It has continued to innovate over the years, and introduced the UK's first instant electric shower in 1959. The Mira range of bathroom showers now comprises: Mixer Showers, Digital Showers, Electric Showers, Power Showers, and Contract Showers. Mira also supplies related products including Shower Trays, Shower Enclosures, Wall panels, Pumps, and Taps. Mira Digital Showers have electronic intelligence built into both the shower control and the water mixer; both pumped and high pressure versions are available. A shower duration mode allows the maximum length of shower to be set. There is also a shower warm-up facility with a light indicator.
Aqualisa: Bathroom Showers. Aqualisa, based in Westerham, Kent, is one of the UK's leading manufacturers of bathroom showers. It has three main ranges of bathroom showers: Digital Bathroom Showers, Thermostatic Bathroom Showers, and Electric Bathroom Showers. Aqualisa also supplies bathroom shower pumps. The key feature of Aqualisa digital bathroom showers is that the mixer, which operates electronically, is physically separate from the control. The two are connected by a low-voltage data cable. Operation is by a single touch, which a light indicating when the shower has reached the desired temperature. An additional control may be fitted outside the shower enclosure, with connection by wire or wireless. This enables the shower to be switched on or off without getting wet. Aqualisa also supplies conventional thermostatic bathroom showers, and instant electric showers.
Plumbworld: Bathroom Showers. Plumbworld, based in Evesham, Worcester-shire, is a leading online retailer of bathroom and plumbing materials and fittings, including bathroom showers. Plumbworld retails bathroom showers manufactured by Architeckt, Mira, Aqualisa, and Triton. The bathroom showers section of the Plumbworld website is organised into: Modern Design Mixer Showers, Traditional Design Mixer Showers, Digital Mixer Showers, Shower Towers, Electric Showers, Shower Valves, Shower Spares, Shower Kits, and Shower Pumps. There separate sections for bathroom showers manufactured by Mira, Aqualisa, and Triton. There is also a section for special offers on bathroom showers. Shower Towers, of which two are offered from manufacturer Architekt, consist of a vertical fitting mounted to the wall which carries a downward shower head, several horizontal shower nozzles, and a further shower head on a wandering hose.
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