Solar showers plastic
Plastic solar showers are usually cheaper, but not as durable as aluminum solar showers. Among the plastic models there are some visually very sophisticated designs. You should completely dismantle a plastic garden shower in the winter and only put it back up in the spring, as frost can damage the shower.
Frequently asked questions for Solar showers plastic:
Try to seal the connections with Teflon tape.
The connections will be damaged if tools are used, so please assemble the parts hand tight. The screw connection is already tight before it is completely screwed in. This allows
correct positioning, so that the shower head points downwards. If screw connections are not tight or the position is not correct, wrap the thread with Teflon tape.
The entire body of the shower is filled with water and works similarly to an electric boiler, where the heated water also collects at the top. When hot water is needed, cold water is let in by operating the faucet at the bottom of the tank, and the hot water already heated in the upper part is pressed out of the tank. After closing the faucet, the water from the shower head is still running. This circumstance is due to the heating of the water in the unpressurized tank and causes the dripping of the shower head. This is not a defect! A 3-4 minute after-dripping is therefore possible. If your shower drips longer or more strongly, please contact our helpdesk.
No, the shower is not frost-proof. Please disassemble the shower and remove all water from the pipes and the tank as soon as the outside temperature drops below 10 ° C. The shower must be stored in a dry, frost-proof room.