What types of showerheads are there?
Rainforest shower heads are designed to replicate the feeling of rainfall. These have a significant number of spray nozzles gives you full body coverage for a more satisfying shower. As rainfall showerheads are generally mounted overhead they allow you to wash and rinse without having to adjust your body. Certain models are also designed to be eco-friendly as they are release water at a lower pressure to use less water than traditional shower heads.
Pressure enhancing shower heads throttle water through a series of valves and then use pinhole nozzles to increase pressure. As the pressure increase occurs in the shower head, there is no increase in the amount of water used, thus saving water.
Filtration shower heads filter the water to remove, among other things, residual chlorine in water, heavy metals, impurities and bacteria. This removal of impurities can help with the health of your skin and hair, particularly in hard water areas.
Multi-function shower heads are fitted with different sets of nozzles which can alter the pressure and spacing of the water jets to produce different effects. These effects can be switched between by twisting the showerhead to align the new nozzles.