Multishower System Combi Deluxe
Absolutely Unique Multishower System / Shower Room. Can include from 3 to 9 different types of therapeutic showers upon customers’ request. This unique system is controlled by just one hydrotherapist / operator saving your spa / medical spa / resort huge amount of money and space.
This highly advanced Multishower System can be installed in middle size shower rooms with minimum square footage of app. 200-400sq.ft. Multishower System Combi-Deluxe is equipped with exclusive automatic water mixing and distributing system providing individual control of pressure and temperature for each water line / shower making it highly safe and reliable, easy to operate and low maintenance shower system.
Special professional showers and other wet room treatments will expand your business and improve client retention. High-end Multishower system will dramatically upgrade the concept and expand functionality of your spa, bath-house, sauna, steam room or banya.
RMS has the technology to give you visibility and control all along the way. Styling you've never seen. Handling you'd never expect. Features you'd never imagine.
1. MSE/D SPECIAL WATER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM.
Equipped with individual pressure / temperature gauge, individual shut-off valves . Material: high-gloss white acrylic, bronze/copper/brass.
2. SPECIAL WATER MIXING SYSTEM / THERMIXER
Material: Bronze/ brass
3. MAIN CONTROL UNIT / SHOWER TRIBUNE/ CHARCOT SHOWER
Equipped with control valves, pressure / temperature gauge (1pc), clear acrylic protective screen with chrome plated molding. 2 flexible hoses for Charcot shower with adjustable spray nozzles. Ergonomic design.
4-9 SHOWERS UPON CUSTOMER'S REQUEST.
NOTE: Photo 1 shows Multishower Comb-Deluxe that includes the following showers:
- MSE/D Water distribution system
- Special water mixing system/automatic thermixer
- Main control unit /Charcto shower/Tribune
- Cascade Shower CS-1 Advanced Mountain Waterfall
- Affusion / Vichy shower VO-7-SW Exclusive with 14 shower heads
- Low Stool model A
NOTE: Photo 1 is taken before shower stalls are built