A three-output shower provides a finer showering experience. It consists of 3 water output apparatus’. It usually has a wall mount or ceiling mount shower head, a handheld shower and a few body jets although various other combinations are also possible. Placement of these items on the shower wall is important so that each apparatus delivers water to the user as intended. This type of shower design is best used in a larger shower enclosure.
8 – Placement of body jets is very important. Body jets are usually placed vertically, and they should supply water between the knees up till the shoulder – it is important to have this conversation with the shower user before the body jets are plumbed into the shower and their installation location finalized.
CAUTION – Body jet water lines should be plumbed in a loop – this is very important to ensure that a uniform amount of water exits each body jet for an optimal showering experience.
9 – The distance between the shower wall and the placement of the ceiling mount rain head is important and should not be too far away from the wall nor too near – a general rule is between 14-18 inches from the wall.
10 – The distance of the rain head from the ceiling is also important. The rain head should be about 12 inches above the head of the user – if the rain head is installed too high, the water will lose heat while it falls, which diminishes the showering experience.