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Installation Guides

  1. Please view photo guides Fig 1 and Fig 2 further down this page in conjunction with this written guide.
  2. Isolate water to flush tank and mark position on water feed pipe (A) where you wish to fit the 15 mm compression Tee with Female Iron (B).
  3. Cut water pipe (A) with pipe cutter and remove a 20mm section to allow fitting of the 15 mm compression Tee with Female Iron (B).
  4. Fit 15 mm compression Tee with Female Iron (B)and tight olive nuts on water feed pipe
  5. Put 15 rounds of PFTE tape on the inlet thread of water isolating valve (C) and screw and tighten into Female Iron of the 15mm compression Tee (B).
  6. Connect shower hose (E) (the end with the standard 1/2 BSP nut not the end with the taper nut as this is fitted to the shower head ) to outlet of water isolating valve (C) ensuring you fit the 1/2 inch neoprene sealing washer supplied with the shower kit and nip tight .
  7. Connect shower hose (E) (the end with the taper nut) to Bidet Shower head (d) ensuring you fit the 1/2 inch neoprene sealing washer supplied with the shower kit and nip tight.
  8. Position and mark the wall bracket (F) at a suitable height and position that can be readily reached whilst sitting on toilet. Drill 2 x10mm holes in wall (check position you intend to drill does not have any pipes or cables buried beneath the wall), using wall plugs and screws provide fit wall bracket firmly to wall and place shower head in bracket.
  9. Turn on mains water and check for any seepage or leaks around any joints, tighten as required. Open water isolating valve (C) , discharge shower into toilet bowl.
  10. Please be advised we can supply 15mm Compression Tee's with Female Iron (B) if required.
  11. Note: If the Bidet Shower head can accidentally come into contact with the water in the toilet bowl an anti-syphoning system must installed to prevent syphoning of toilet water back in to the mains supply or the hose restrained by a clip to prevent the shower head accidentall contacting the water in the toilet bowl. All installations must comply with your applicable local water authority regulations. If you are unsure regarding any matters contained in this guide please consult a qualified plumber. Click for HERE to view extracts from the relevant water regulations applicable to England and Wales governing back flow prevention for hoses fitted adjacent to WC pans, other markets and territories will differ.
  12. Remember: always turn the water isolating valve off after each use of the Bidet Shower and relieve the hose water pressure into the toilet bowl, this will also help prolong the life of the shower

Fig 1

A: Water feed pipe to toilet flush tank
B: 15 mm compression Tee with Female Iron, (part No TEE0580)

C: Water Isolating Valve, (part No VAL0800)
D: Bidet Shower Head, (part of BRA2980 Bidet Shower set)

E: Double lock stainless steel shower hose, (part of BRA2980)
F: Wall bracket for holding shower head, (part of BRA2980)

To install this configuration you will require the following:-
  • Any one of our Shower kits
  • TEE0580 compression tee with ½” BSP female iron
  • VAL0800 ¼ turn ceramic valve

Fig 2

A: Water feed pipe to toilet flush tank
B: DIY Self piercing valve, (part No VAL0900)
C: Wall bracket for holding shower head, (part of BRA2980)
D: Bidet Shower Head, (part of BRA2980)
E: Double lock stainless steel shower hose, (part of BRA2980)

There is a written step by step guide on how to fit the VAL0900 self piercing valve and shower on our site at this link

To install this configuration you will require the following:-
  • Any Shower kit
  • VAL0900 Self piercing valve
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Diagram of a typical Installation Using a Hot / Cold Mixer system for a Bidet Shower Installation.







Other views of some components