If you have a two story building you can create pressure very easily. A big solar tank on the roof and a navy shower head a story or two below would be perfect IMO. The store bought solar showers are great but they still waste a ton of water. If you are in the city or at a place where water is hard to come by these systems would be bad as people might slack with hygiene or waste a lot of drinking water. The idea is to use as little water as possible. And the only way I know how to do that is with a high pressure, low flow, aerated and push-button shower head. Just like they have on carriers.
Bricor has a shower head called the that has a built in Trickle Valve to switch the flow of water off and on. Now, you may ask, why not just turn the shower handle to switch off the water? Well, as can be seen in the video above, when turning the water back on, you will have to adjust the handle to get the right temperature and flow strength. With the Bricor Navy Shower Head, pressing the button will turn the water back on exactly as it was when you turned it off.
Apparently the pressure will be workable but may not be high enough for navy shower heads. Caution slightly technical stuff for the science geeks below:
As a new product,Navy Blue Shower Head Bluetooth Speaker for music has been loved by many customers as soon as it appeared on the market in the end of 2013.
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