Globally recognised and acclaimed, Phoenix’s new showerhead range has far fewer nozzles than a conventional showerhead, but many more reasons to make the switch.
March 1st, 2021
The search for a shower that is both satisfying and water efficient has become something of a struggle over time. Thanks to Phoenix and their new HydroSense technology, the Australian designed NX shower head is able to replicate the water flow speed of a standard shower head, with a significantly decreased litres/minute ratio.
Reimagining the internal structure and water flow design of a conventional shower, Phoenix’s design team have crafted a groundbreaking spray technology that creates a fully immersive shower experience.
While other products are able to achieve significant water efficiency, none are able to match the flow rate of a standard non-water efficient shower head. The NX is able to do so, thanks to its nature-inspired HydroSense technology.
With far less nozzles than the standard shower, occurrences of water flow restriction are minimal. Water pressure remains strong and flow acceleration is uninterrupted before reaching the nozzles due to a specially designed, streamlined flow path of the shower head. Once the water hits the curve of the uniquely shaped nozzles, the combination of the high-speed flow and flow pattern allows the water to break into droplets faster. The result is a large spray coverage, with water being distributed evenly.
With 10x more water flow speed than a standard water saving shower head, an 8 litre/minute shower with an NX feels like a 22 litre/minute shower under a conventional shower head.
Designed in Australia headed by Creative Design Manager John Hoogendoorn, the NX shower heads have won multiple awards for innovative and cutting edge design across the globe. All Phoenix parts are backed by a lifetime warranty with the guarantee that these innovative and cutting edge products are truly built to last.
To purchase, inquire, or receive more information, head to phoentixtapware.com.au, or alternatively call on (+61) 3 9780 4200.
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