Instantaneous shower has presettable maximum temperature

Published:  09 January, 2009

Redring shower

Redring’s Selectronic instantaneous electric showers are thermostatically controlled and pre-programmed to deliver water at a maximum of 40°C. A lower temperature can be set if required. It is not possible to increase the preset temperature accidentally, providing complete protection against scalding.

Other features of the Selectronic range include an audible response to commands, large easy-press function buttons and LED readout and print, tactile button coding and colour-coded shower head and clamp for visibility.

These showers have a phased shutdown to ensure a cool start for the next user and automatic shutdown after 30 minutes of continuous operation.

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