Can I use a water-saving shower head on my electric shower head?
And as part of theFull Shower Set, should we take the relevant parts seriously?
We are always committed to providing tips on how to save water and economical water-saving products to help our customers save water. However, for most of our water-saving shower heads, we recommend that they are not suitable for electric showers. Why? There are two main reasons.
First, the electric shower must heat the water in the cold source to a comfortable shower temperature (about 40 degrees Celsius), which requires a lot of energy. Even if the rated power is 7.5-10 kilowatts, this means that the electric shower can only handle a relatively low water flow, from 3-9 liters per minute, with an average of 6 liters per minute. Since the flow rate of most water-saving shower heads and flow regulators is set at 7.5-8 liters per minute, installing them on electric showers will not save any money.
Secondly, people are worried that any flow restriction device may damage the shower.
Therefore, the electric shower has fallen into the "water saving" range, which is very important. However, at 7.5-10 kWh, electric showers use electricity faster than any other appliances in the house. One unit of electricity (one kilowatt hour) can power a 40-watt light bulb for 24 hours. It can only power a 10-kilowatt electric shower for 6 minutes. Therefore, even if an electric shower is used, money and electricity can be saved by saving water through a shorter shower.
Of course, the most important thing is Hot And Cold Faucet, which is an indispensable thing in the bathroom, which you must choose.