Deluxe Shower Panel with eHandset™
High Efficiency Shower Panel with eHandset™
The Deluxe Shower Panel with eHandset™ is a fully thermostatic high efficiency shower system that enhances shower experience. Innovative Air-Powered™ technology provides an invigorating shower experience using significantly less water and energy meaning reduced bills – and fewer carbon emissions to help protect the planet.
● Modern design
● 6mm white toughened glass fascia
● Flex™ showerhead
● eHandset™ wand
● Thermostatic mixer valve TMV2 Approved
● Dual diverter flow control
● H1030 x W288 x D240 (mm)
Flexible Showerhead – Flex™
The smart Flex™ showerhead features an array of 12 patented MACRO-Jet™ nozzles, each designed to create a perfect stream of water with large MACRO droplets. With head rotation up to 30°, the showerhead can be adjusted to provide increased control over direction of water spray – from head to toe.
Precise Control – SafeTemp™
Simple intuitive operation allows you to control the water flow at the turn of the dial. Kelda SafeTemp™ technology ensures safe hot water temperature and prevents any unpleasant temperature fluctuations. Family-friendly, hot water is limited to a maximum temperature of 38° C to prevent scalding.
Ergonomic Design – eHandset™ Wand
The eHandset™ wand has been designed to deliver an efficient and versatile full body spray for personal showering and rinsing. With its ergonomic “wand” design it is light and flexible providing precise control.
Compared to standard showers, Kelda’s MACRO droplets are larger – yielding larger momenta. This gives the sensation of more spray pressure. With 15X more impact than a standard shower droplet a Kelda shower is more effective at rinsing shampoo out of even the thickest of hair.
Mixers showers waste too much water and use precious resource. A Kelda shower uses 5 litres per minute of water compared to an average shower that uses 10. This means half the water and energy and therefore fewer carbon emissions. A Kelda shower maximises every droplet to reduce waste.
Imagine a shower that is designed for you and the planet. A Kelda shower atomises water into 100s of perfectly engineered MACRO droplets to ensure you feel every single one of them. We may use less water to help conserve the world’s most precious resource but we haven’t compromised on experience.
Kelda’s patented Air-Powered™ technology is drawn from decades of cutting-edge aerospace technology. Water is injected into a high velocity air stream where it is broken up into 100s of MACRO droplets that are 2.5X the size of a standard shower – making less water feel like so much more.
Kelda’s showerhead comprises an array of 12 specially engineered MACRO-Jet™ nozzles. A larger core diameter produces larger MACRO droplets – providing better thermal stability and rinsing performance. Larger nozzles also improve operational reliability as they are less likely to block and accumulate limescale.
A digital microprocessor controls the optimum ratio of water and air to the showerhead for the ultimate Kelda shower experience. Kelda’s optional Shower Monitoring And Recording Technology (KSMART) can collect data on water consumption for intelligent building management systems (IBMS).
To reduce the risk of water stagnation and prevent bacterial growth Kelda’s showerhead features a single-mode spray plate with fixed spray and no moving parts. For added safety Kelda also utilises it’s Air-Protect™ technology to blow air through the showerhead after each and every use.
Input voltage: 200V-240V 50/60Hz
Rated power: 75W (during operation), 5W (standby)
Operating temperature range: 0ºC to +35ºC
Motor type: Kelda optimised centrifugal digital fan
Motor speed: Max: 40,000 rpm
Operating airflow: Up to 525 l/min
Static Pressure: Max. 4,860 Pa
Materials: FDA compliant
Noise Level: Exemplary quiet-running noise level of just 49 dB(A)
Front construction: 6mm optical white glass (toughened to BS 6206)
Under body assembly construction: Stainless steel 304
Exterior screw type: M5 socket cap screws
Water ingress protection rating of Control Hub: IPX5
Water ingress protection of transformer: IP67
Control type: Dual diverter/flow control for Flex™ showerhead and eHandset™ wand
Mixer type: Thermostatic (TMV2 approved to performance requirements of BS EN 1111 and BS EN 1287)
Water flow rate: 5.0 l/min (Flex™ showerhead and eHandset™ wand)
Materials: WRAS approved (water path materials)
Operating Pressures: 1 – 5 bar
Connections: 150mm centres (15mm or ½” BSP)
Water Supply: Separate Hot and cold feed
Part number: 93008000
Net weight: 11.7Kg
Packaged weight: 12.2Kg
Packaged dimensions: H1200mm x W300mm x D200mm
Showerhead type: Flex™ showerhead
Handset type: eHandset™ wand
Transformer: LPV 150W-36V AC
Additional: Instruction Manual, Fitting kit
Utilises standard 802.11b/g/n 2.4Ghz
Data Management Software (Cloud)
Kelda WMS cloud-based platform
Micro SD card for 60 day backup data storage
Optional 4G router available (no/poor Wi-Fi)
2 year parts and 2 year limited labour warranty
Product dimensions: H1030mm x W230mm x D83mm (D238mm showerhead)
Recommended installation height from showerhead to floor: 2000mm (male), 1900mm (female)
Minimum clearance: 220mm clearance either side and above product
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the flow rate of a Kelda shower?
A Kelda shower is designed to operate at 5 litres per minute (5 l/min) but thanks to the innovative Air-Powered™ technology feels like 10.
How do Air-Powered™ showers work?
Conventional ‘aerating’ showers use the Venturi principle to restrict flow and draw atmospheric air into the water through a small hole in the showerhead. This is a very cheap way to reduce the mass flow of water, and aerate it to change the ‘feel’ of the shower, but has no measurable boost in force or performance, regardless of flow rate.
In contrast, Kelda’s patented Air-Powered™ showers use the principles of fuel injection technology. Each shower features an intelligent microprocessor and powerful digital fan which controls the delivery of water and air to the showerhead. Within the showerhead, water is injected into a high-velocity air stream where it is broken up into 100s of droplets that are 2.5X the size of a standard shower. Larger droplets yield larger momenta providing the sensation of more spray pressure, making less water feel like so much more. With 15X more impact than a standard shower, a Kelda shower is more effective at rinsing shampoo out of even the thickest of hair.
Can I replace my mixer shower with a Kelda shower?
A Kelda shower has been designed to simply replace a conventional bar mixer shower. The hot and cold feed to the thermostatic mixer are set at 150mm centres, similar to a standard bar mixer shower for easy retrofit. An electrical supply is required to power the fan. Installation of this product must be carried out in accordance with these instructions by qualified, competent personnel. Please refer to the Instruction Manual for further guidance.
How do I clean my Kelda shower?
Every Kelda shower is designed using premium materials such as optical white glass and stainless steel providing a sleek design. It is designed to provide years of enjoyment but without regular cleaning, a combination of dirt, soap scum, limescale and mould can build-up and affect operation.
To help keep your Kelda shower in good working condition you should aim to clean once a week and a deep clean once a month. These will help you remove awkward limescale and prevent its build-up.
Limescale build up around the nozzles in your shower head not only looks unsightly, but can also affect water flow. A simple fix is to remove the showerhead components, insert into a sealable plastic bag or container and fully immerse in vinegar for at least 30 minutes. Afterwards remove and give the nozzles a quick brush or wipe to remove any remaining deposits. Finally, rinse with water and refit. Please refer to the Instruction Manual for assembly instructions.
During regular cleaning of the shower area, do not direct a water hose at the shower head while the shower is functioning. It’s important to keep in mind that some everyday cleaners contain harsh chemical components that should not be applied directly to the surface of the shower.