The items which make up the shower head unit are shown in FIG. 1 and FIG. 2. FIG. 2 is a side view of the shower head unit from an adjustable shower track system of the present invention showing the shower head 25, handle 24, shower head connector 26, belt 30, and hose 21. The adjustable shower track system 10 comprises a movable means, preferably a belt 30, attached to a shower head connector 26 which functions to allow an user to movably position the shower head connector 26 at varying heights within the housing front slot 14. The shower head connector 26 comprises a connector hinge 29, as well as a connector handle holder 27. The shower head unit comprises the shower head 25, handle 24, and the connector handle holder 27. The connector hinge 29 is securely attached to the belt 30. The handle 24 is positioned within and extends through the connector handle holder 27. The connector handle holder 27 comprises a connector handle holder locking means 28 positioned at an outer distal end. The connector handle holder locking means 28 functions to adjust removableness tension on the handle 24 which is positioned therethrough. The handle 24 and shower head 25 can thus be telescoped in or out and locked into place at the desired position. Also, the shower head unit can be removed by the user from the connector hinge 29 and pulled away from the rest of the system 10, though still attached to the hose 21, for use in other parts of the shower. This option is useful, for example, for cleaning the shower.
FIG. 3 is a front plan view of a portion of the adjustable shower track system of FIG. 1. FIG. 3 shows a front view of the belt pulley system from FIG. 1. The belt 30 is movably connected at a top distal end to a belt upper pulley 32 and movably connected at a bottom distal end to a belt lower pulley 33. The belt upper pulley 32 further comprises a belt upper pulley aligner 34 which functions to maintain the belt 30 in alignment with the belt lower pulley 33. The belt lower pulley 33 further comprises a belt lower pulley aligner 35 which functions to maintain the belt 30 in alignment with the belt upper pulley 32.
FIG. 3 is a front plan view of the belt pulley system from the adjustable shower track system of FIG. 1, showing a belt movably connected at a top distal end to a belt upper pulley and movably connected at a bottom distal end to a belt lower pulley;
Yes, that brushed nickel shower arm looks amazing and would no doubt look great on your bathroom… but if you buy it without taking measurements of the available space you may discover too late that it won’t fit. A typical shower arm will lower the shower head relative to the wall outlet, and if you buy one that requires too much overhead room you may end up with a shower head that sits too low to be functional. If you are using a shower diverter to transform a bath with an overhead shower and are unsure about sizing, consider buying an adjustable shower arm to ensure perfect fit.
|Model:||Quatro Adjustable Shower|
|Features:||WELS 3 Star rated|