The standard thermostatic shower faucet has a knob on the right and left, and the knob on the left adjusts the water temperature and twists the water temperature down.
Twist back, the water temperature rises, but when it is screwed to 40°C, it will not move. This is because when the water temperature exceeds 40°C, it can easily scald the skin. If you need hot water with a higher water temperature, you must hold down the red safety button on the knob to continue screwing it back. The knob on the right controls the water flow mode and the water volume scale to be screwed forward when the alignment is in alignment. The water outlet nozzle at the bottom will turn out the water. The greater the amount of water to be screwed forward, the greater the amount of water to be screwed backwards. Since the thermostatic valve core is a very precise device, no matter which type of valve core is used, the internal machining of the thermostatic shell also requires very precise. The tolerance of all internal processing dimensions should be limited to within ±0.1mm. The tolerance of important dimensions must be Control within ±0.05mm. When installing, shower should not be bumped with hard objects as much as possible, do not leave cement, glue, etc. on the surface, so as not to damage the surface gloss. Special attention should be paid to removing the debris in the pipeline before installation, otherwise it will cause the shower to be blocked by the pipeline debris, which will affect the use.