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Kohler Watertile

Posted by rph123 (My Page) on
Thu, May 30, 13 at 22:34

Does anyone have any experience with using the overhead kohler watertile with 4 separate 22 nozzle tiles. I just found this online and it looks like exactly what I was wanting. Was just wondering what everyone thought about it? How was your water pressure?

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RE: Kohler Watertile

How big is your water heater? 4 of those with a regular shower head can drain the tank pretty quickly.

RE: Kohler Watertile

It will be tankless. This is the one I'm talking about.

Here is a link that might be useful: Kohler Watertile

RE: Kohler Watertile

It's a rain head. There is no real pressure to the delivery by design. It flows gently, not massages. That's what rain heads do. If you want force, you don't want a rain head. You want a body jet.

And having a tankless is no guarantee that you'll have enough hot water for one of those multi outlet showers. You've got to calculate the incoming water temp and the maximum rise to see the maximum amount of hot water that is able to be produced. Most tankless don't operate well with high demand showers. They just ask for too much hot water from anything but a commercial boiler.

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