Frequently Asked Questions for Contractors, Plumbers, & Architects
|Splash and VaVoom Hand showers||30+ psi|
|Cascade Vichy Shower||40+ psi|
|VaVoom vichy Shower||45 – 50 psi|
|Torrent and Typhoon Vichy Shower||45 – 50 psi|
|Monsoon Swiss Shower||50 – 60 psi|
Typically wet rooms in most spas size a 4 inch floor drain.
All external parts (i.e. showerheads with shut off valves and trim, complete cabinet assembly with mixing valve and controls) and the plumbing instructions. In other words, everything except for the copper plumbing and shower stall.
Typically under 4 hours if rough-in is complete and correct.
It’s independent to each room, but there should be a fan with variable speeds and shut-off operation. A typical vichy room will get very humid due to the amount of hot water being sprayed into the room.
It’s independent to each room. Forced air is most typical. Infrared is sometimes used but check to make sure that local codes allow for that as some do not allow infrared in a wet room.