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Bravat Rainfall Square Shower Head And Hand Held Shower With Body Jet & Thermostatic Mixer Valve In Brushed Gold Finish

The Bravat Rainfall Square Shower Head And Handheld Shower With Body Jet & Thermostatic Mixer Valve makes a great addition to any modern bathroom. Constructed from stainless steel and paired with a high-quality ceramic valve, this shower set is made to last. Showcasing an elegantly simple design, in a brushed gold finish, this shower set is as easy on the eyes as it is efficient. It’s optimum design and innovative technology allows a water flow capacity of around 10-60 L/min. Additional feature overviews include several functions such as: large flow temperature water mixing, side spray, free switching spray and intelligence constant temperature. When you step into your Bravat Rainfall Square Shower Head And Handheld Shower With Body Jet & Thermostatic Mixer Valve after a long day, the rainfall effect from the ceiling mount shower head and the spa body massage spray will provide a more soothing and relaxing shower experience relieving fatigue and stress. Have questions? Send us a message and one of our customer service representatives will be happy to help!
Bravat Rainfall Square Shower Head And Hand Held Shower With Body Jet & Thermostatic Mixer Valve In Brushed Gold Finish Features
  • Type: Bathroom Shower Set
  • Product Code: BS1065
  • Product Brand: BathSelect
  • Installation Mount: Embedded Wall Mount
  • Number of Jets: Four
  • Installation Type: US Standard
  • Fixed Support: Yes
  • Style: Contemporary
  • Color: Brushed Gold
  • Shape: Square
  • Material: Brass
  • Customization : Yes
  • Shower Water Flow: 10-60 L/min
  • Valve Core Material: Ceramic
  • Surface Finish: Brushed
  • Function: Massage Body Jet
Bravat Rainfall Square Shower Head And Hand Held Shower With Body Jet & Thermostatic Mixer Valve In Brushed Gold Finish
BathSelect® Manufacturer Warranty Information
  • Before you begin, please read the installation instructions below. Observe all local building and safety codes.
  • Unpack and inspect the product for any shipping damages. If you find damages, do not install.
  • Please note all showers must be installed by a professional and certified plumber otherwise warranty might be voided
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Shower Head Installation



Shower Head Parts Included:
  • Wall Mounting Arm
  • Locking nut
  • Wall trim
  • Shower arm
  • Showerhead
  • Fixing screws and wall plugs (not shown)
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Step 1
shower arm
shower Step 2
shower head
shower Step 3
Step 4

shower head
Step 5

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Step 6

shower head

  • Use your hands counter clockwise to unscrew the old showerhead and removed it.
  • Take out the showerhead, make sure the shower filter is placed in the connector.
  • Ensure the showerhead full horizontal alignment wall mounted shower arm thread.
  • Use your hands clockwise to tighten showerhead.

Shower Body - Jets Installation Instructions


Step 1

Set the decorative cover on the body jet.
shower Step 2

Roll the raw material belt in the thread screws.
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Use a wrench to tighten 6 body jets on
the water outlet holes in a clockwise direction.

Hand-Held Shower Installation Instructions

Step 1
Hand held shower
Step 2
Hand held shower

  • Open the closed cover of the shower holder and take out the screws.
  • Drill two holes size 0.2" (6mm) on the wall according to the hole position of the shower holder.
  • Use a hammer to break 2 plastic wall plug into two holes. Tighten the screws with the plastic wall plug and locking with the shower holder. Then install the closed cover.
  • Connect the shower hose with the water outlet connection part and hand shower. Plug the hand shower in the shower holder.

Thermostatic Valve Mixer Installation Instructions



Mixer Installation Instructions
Step 1: Mixer Step 2:
Close the stops.
Cut the plaster shield so that it extends ¹⁄₁₆" - ⅛" from the finished wall surface.
Seal the wall around the plaster shield with a waterproof sealant.
Remove the flush insert and the flush insert seals.
Thermostatic Valve Mixer Installation Instructions
Step 3: Step 4:
Install the function block.
Install and tighten the function block screws.
Measure the distance from the front of the plaster shield to one of the screw-in flanges ("X").
Thermostatic Valve Mixer Installation Instructions
Step 5: Step 6:
Add ½" to this measurement. Cut each screw so that it is X + ½" long. Open the stops.
Install the carrier plate so that the notch is at the bottom.
Thermostatic Valve Mixer Installation Instructions
Step 7: Step 8:
Slide on the thermostatic mixer sleeve so that the indexing mark is at the 12:00 position.
Screw on the volume control sleeve. Install the escutcheon.
Place a dab of waterproof sealant at each grout joint.
Thermostatic Valve Mixer Installation Instructions
Step 9: Step 10:
Lubricate the adapter stems with a small amount of white plumber's grease.
Install the handle adapters and screws. Tighten the screws.
Install the volume control handle. Tighten the screw.
Install the thermostatic mixer handle so that the safety stop override button is at the 9:00 position.
Tighten the handle screw using a 2.5 mm Allen wrench.

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Pros and Cons of Shower System

A good shower system has several functions that provides pleasure to the user experience. Most of the new shower systems have multifunctional capabilities, from rainfall showerhead, to waterfall showerhead, including massage body sprays and thermostatic anti scalding shower mixing valve.

    Advantages:

  • If you absolutely love to indulge in your shower then these multifunctional showers offered here would be your better choice.
  • Disadvantages:

  • If installed in the bathroom, we strongly recommend hiring a professional installer as the seams between planks have to be as tight as possible and the floors then have to be thoroughly sealed
  • Over time moisture that permeates the engineered floor boards will cause them to warp and buckle