Frequent Questions: Technology
The distribution of sanitary hot water above 50˚C is a recommended practice that reduces the risks of legionella in the distribution network and does not increase energy consumption – a higher temperature will reduce the flow of hot water consumption (more cold water) to have water mixed at the same temperature, making the energy consumption the same.
In the product data sheet we present a graph with the heating capacity after a period without use and for different temperatures of water stagnation in the pipe.
Frequent Questions: Products
The HOTBOX is supplied with a wall-fixing kit, flexible hoses connecting to the wall water outlets, a ceiling water spreader, a handheld showerhead holder, a shower derivative and two mixer plates.
- Turn off the general water supply and remove the existing shower system
- Make the markings to drill into the wall where you will attach the fixing kit to the wall
- Open the two holes in the wall and secure the two screws and the support plate supplied with the shower column
- Install the shower column on the wall-mounted kit
- Connect flexible hoses to wall water outlets
- Install the shower system
- Reconnect the general water supply