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  • Generally, show the concentric dual turbine showerhead 100. The larger outer turbine 102 is positioned in an outer annular channel 104 into which water flows. The incoming water impacts the turbine, causing it to spin. Part of the turbine blades are blocked off, and part are not blocked off, causing a pulsating effect in the resulting spray as the turbine spins. The smaller turbine 106 is positioned inside of and concentric to the larger turbine 102, and operates the same way. It is positioned in a smaller circular channel 108 positioned within the outer annular channel 104. Both turbines spin generally around the same axis, which in this embodiment is may be positioned so that they spin around different axes, with one turbine still inside the other turbine.

    show the plate structure for the concentric dual turbine pulsating showerhead 100. is the front side 200 of the front engine plate 134. is the rear side 202 of the front engine plate 134, which mates with the front side 204 of a rear engine plate 135 (shown generally in ). depicts the rear side 206 of the rear engine plate 135. The water flows through one of the three main holes 208, 210, 212, from the rear to the front of the rear engine plate 135 (the small hole is the pause hole to allow some water through and not cause a dead-head in the water flow). The water flows through the hole selected by the mode selector (not shown), which is known in the art, and is a plate, controlled by an outside control ring, that has a sealed aperture which fits over any one of the three apertures in plate two in order to direct the water flow into the selected mode. If the water flows through the hole 208 the water flows to the outer turbine 102 to create the pulsating flow through the outer pulsating flow apertures (see above). If the water flows through the hole 210 the water flows to the outer most channel 104 and through the apertures 128 formed around the perimeter of the showerhead. If the water flows through the hole 212 the water flows to the channel 108 directing the flow to the inner turbine 106. In this embodiment, the inner and outer turbines cannot be activated at the same time. However, by rearranging the channels and holes accordingly on the plates, the two turbines can be made to operate at the same time, or the turbines and at least one non-pulsating mode may be selected.

  • show the plate structure for the side-by-side dual turbine pulsating showerhead 166. is the front side 222 of the front engine plate 199. is the rear side 224 of the front engine plate 199, which mates with the front side 226 of the rear engine plate 198 (shown in ). is the rear side 228 of the rear engine plate 198. The water flows through one of the three main holes 230, 232, 234, from the rear to the front of the rear engine plate 198 (note that the small hole is the pause hole 240, shown on , to allow some water through and not cause a dead-head in the water flow). The water flows through the hole selected by the mode selector (not shown), which is known in the art, and is a plate, controlled by an outside control ring, that has a sealed mode selector outlet aperture which fits over any one of the three apertures in plate two in order to direct the water flow into the selected mode. The mode selector rotates relative to the rear engine plate to orient the mode selector outlet hole (in the mode selector plate) over the desired mode selector inlet hole (in the rear engine plate). If the water flows through the hole 230 in the rear engine plate (), the water flows to the orifices 236 around the outer perimeter of the showerhead in the prescribed channel 238 shown in . If the water flows through the hole 232 in the rear engine plate (see ), the water flows to the channel 240 marked in and to the apertures 242 formed laterally of the dual pulse apertures in the showerhead. If the water flows through the hole 234 in the rear engine plate (see ), the water flows to the channel 244 directing the flow to the two side-by-side turbines 170 (not shown in ). In this embodiment, the two side-by-side turbines are activated at the same time. However, by rearranging the channels and holes accordingly on the plates, the two turbines can be made to operate separately.

    Generally, show the concentric dual turbine showerhead 100. The larger outer turbine 102 is positioned in an outer annular channel 104 into which water flows. The incoming water impacts the turbine, causing it to spin. Part of the turbine blades are blocked off, and part are not blocked off, causing a pulsating effect in the resulting spray as the turbine spins. The smaller turbine 106 is positioned inside of and concentric to the larger turbine 102, and operates the same way. It is positioned in a smaller circular channel 108 positioned within the outer annular channel 104. Both turbines spin generally around the same axis, which in this embodiment is may be positioned so that they spin around different axes, with one turbine still inside the other turbine.

  • show the plate structure for the concentric dual turbine pulsating showerhead 100. is the front side 200 of the front engine plate 134. is the rear side 202 of the front engine plate 134, which mates with the front side 204 of a rear engine plate 135 (shown generally in ). depicts the rear side 206 of the rear engine plate 135. The water flows through one of the three main holes 208, 210, 212, from the rear to the front of the rear engine plate 135 (the small hole is the pause hole to allow some water through and not cause a dead-head in the water flow). The water flows through the hole selected by the mode selector (not shown), which is known in the art, and is a plate, controlled by an outside control ring, that has a sealed aperture which fits over any one of the three apertures in plate two in order to direct the water flow into the selected mode. If the water flows through the hole 208 the water flows to the outer turbine 102 to create the pulsating flow through the outer pulsating flow apertures (see above). If the water flows through the hole 210 the water flows to the outer most channel 104 and through the apertures 128 formed around the perimeter of the showerhead. If the water flows through the hole 212 the water flows to the channel 108 directing the flow to the inner turbine 106. In this embodiment, the inner and outer turbines cannot be activated at the same time. However, by rearranging the channels and holes accordingly on the plates, the two turbines can be made to operate at the same time, or the turbines and at least one non-pulsating mode may be selected.

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show the plate structure for the side-by-side dual turbine pulsating showerhead 166. is the front side 222 of the front engine plate 199. is the rear side 224 of the front engine plate 199, which mates with the front side 226 of the rear engine plate 198 (shown in ). is the rear side 228 of the rear engine plate 198. The water flows through one of the three main holes 230, 232, 234, from the rear to the front of the rear engine plate 198 (note that the small hole is the pause hole 240, shown on , to allow some water through and not cause a dead-head in the water flow). The water flows through the hole selected by the mode selector (not shown), which is known in the art, and is a plate, controlled by an outside control ring, that has a sealed mode selector outlet aperture which fits over any one of the three apertures in plate two in order to direct the water flow into the selected mode. The mode selector rotates relative to the rear engine plate to orient the mode selector outlet hole (in the mode selector plate) over the desired mode selector inlet hole (in the rear engine plate). If the water flows through the hole 230 in the rear engine plate (), the water flows to the orifices 236 around the outer perimeter of the showerhead in the prescribed channel 238 shown in . If the water flows through the hole 232 in the rear engine plate (see ), the water flows to the channel 240 marked in and to the apertures 242 formed laterally of the dual pulse apertures in the showerhead. If the water flows through the hole 234 in the rear engine plate (see ), the water flows to the channel 244 directing the flow to the two side-by-side turbines 170 (not shown in ). In this embodiment, the two side-by-side turbines are activated at the same time. However, by rearranging the channels and holes accordingly on the plates, the two turbines can be made to operate separately.