Air Jet Compression Technology

With innovative Air Jet Compression Technology, an air hole is located at the bottom of the showerhead. After opening it, air is drawn into showerhead to increase internal pressure, producing aerated water flow at high speed. This will bring you the most comfortable showering experience with a water output of 8 liters per minute.

Adjustable Showerhead Holder

The flexible holder can be adjusted in different angles, allowing easy placement.

Applicable to All German Pool Electric Water Heaters

Applicable to All German Pool
Electric Water Heaters

The Water & Energy Saving Aerated Showerhead immediately upgrades your German Pool Electric Water Heaters, improving your showering comfort while saving energy.

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Water & Energy Saving Aerated Showerhead

Specifications
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  • Specifications are subject to change without prior notice. Please refer to the Instruction Manual for Warranty Information.

FAQ

Leakage is found on my water heater. How to fix it?
Check the location of leakage. If water is dripping from Pressure & Temperature Relief Valve (PTV): 1. It's normal as PTV is releasing pressure and temperature. 2. If water dripping from PTV is more frequent than usual, it is suggested to set temperature at a lower level (between 2 & 3). If there is no improvement, contact us for an inspection. 3. If water dripping from PTV is in large amount and at faster speed, inspection is needed as the water supply pressure and boiling water pressure is higher than normal. 4. If there is water dripping from PTV when the appliance is off, inspection is needed as the incoming water pressure is higher than normal. There is leakage at the bottom of heater: 1. If water dripping from the inlet, outlet and the bottom edge, inspection should be arranged for repair. 2. If there is water dripping from the joints of inlet & outlet, customer should contact a professional for an inspection and repairs. There is leaking from shower head and tap: 1. Customer should contact a professional for a inspection and repairs.
Why is my Rapid Fast Flow Electric Water Heater not producing any cold water but only hot water?
The Rapid Fast Flow Electric Water Heater is not out of order. Cold water does not go through the inside of the heater. There is no cold water mostly because the tap is broken or the water pipe is clogged. Contact the Repairs & Customer Service Centre for inspection and repair.
There is no hot water supply from my Rapid Fast Flow Electric Water Heater – Shower Type after water shortage. Why?
Water inside the tank flows away through the pipe during water shortage. When water supply resumes, turn on the hot water tap and let water flow through the shower head before switching on the power. The heating element will be damaged if it is not submerged under water.
Why is the water heater making noise?
The noise comes from the operating sound of the heating elements. Also, when the water pressure is unstable, the water heater tends to make noise.
How to make my water heater last longer?
Avoid boiling water without interval. Adjust the Thermostat to 2 1/2. To stabilize water pressure, pressure regulator can be installed if the water pressure is higher than normal.
Why is my Rapid Fast Flow Electric Water Heater noisy?
The water heater is noisy due to gasification. Release hot water inside the heater to force out the air. Procedure: 1. Turn off power supply; 2. Release the hot water; 3. Turn off the tap after 30-60sec; 4. Repeat the above process 3-4 times
There is no hot water supply. What should I do?
Check the power supply: 1. Restart the power if there is a short circuit of electric box. 2. If the Power Switch (Cooker Switch) doesn't light, customer should contact a professional for inspection and repairs. 3. If the Power Switch (Cooker Switch) lights but the indicator light doesn't, inspection should be arranged for repairs. 4. Under normal operation, hot water supply is only available after the indicator light goes out.
Why is the water coming out from my water heater sometimes hot and sometimes cold?
1. Abnormal pressure of incoming water. 2. Other water outlet(s) in the house is(are) open and competing for water.