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Steam shower FAQ's

How much does the steam function cost to run?

The steam functions cost surprisingly little to run. Based on current costs for electricity to operate the steam function for a recommended maximum of half and hour is around 30-50 pence. Compare this to the cost of travelling to a Sauna in a Health ...

What are the electrical requirements of a Steam Shower?

You should always seek advice from an electrician prior to installing your shower and also view the installation instructions in this regard. 3kw Steam Showers (without Whirlpool baths) require only a single 13amp electrical supply. With whirlpool require...

What's the water pressure required for your showers?

Steam showers require between 1 and 3 bar of pressure at the unit to operate. For optimum results 2-3 bar is recommended. Please note that all Steam Cabins require a flow rate of at least 7.5 litres per minute and steam showers around 14 litres. The ...

Do I need to tile under or behind the unit?

It is recommended that you fully tile under your shower, steam shower or whirlpool bath, this is because they are designed to be freestanding and as such may be required to be slid away from the wall for service access. Tiling fully under the tub enables...

I'm in a hard water area, can I still have a shower?

Yes. If you know you live in a Hard water area, you may well have a water softener fitted to your water supply to remove the build-up, if not you must fit one for the water purpose of most manufacturers, as this will protect the steam generator from ...

Can a flip-down seat be used on any shower in place of the stool?

The quick answer is yes, however. only on showers where the center column it attaches to is made from metal. We have a small percentage of showers where this column is made from glass and as such is not strong enough for it. Where the column is metal...

How much electricity will my item use?

The quick answer is KW's or watt multiplied by the cost per hour   Let's break it down a little: According to THIS WEBSITE HERE - the average cost per KW (1000 watts) is about £0.15p per hour So, if a steam shower, for example, is ...

We have Standard Boiler fitted with Pump upto 4 bar pressure . Will that work for 2 Steam showers that I am looking to buy

Yes absolutely. The minimum we would recommend is 1.5bar for the steam showers to ensure reasonable performance. To enable the jets and a very good flow from the overhead monsoon 2 bar or more would be ideal. With 4 bar you have very, very good pressure...

We want to install a steam shower cubicle in an outbuilding which only has mains cold water supply. What are our options for a steam shower... is a power shower option available?

A cold only fed is not an option for steam showers I'm afraid. This is because there would be no showering option. A cold only fed would need an electric shower to be inside the cabin, electric showers are not able to be installed in environments that...

If there a problem with the electrics appears, does it stop you showering or using the massage jets?

In the extremely unlikely event, there was ever an issue with the electrics or indeed even if the shower did not have an electric supply or was not 'plugged in' - The shower functions are separate and are not dependent on this

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