The purpose of a shower brake is to help conserve water by letting you track how much water is being used in the shower. You choose how much water you want to use and the shower brake when turned on will then give you the predetermined amount of water, letting you know how much water you are using and how much you have left throughout. A shower brake also has knobs to let you control the water pressure and temperature.
Shower brakes are mechanisms installed in showers to measure water pressure, heat levels, and the amount of time you shower to help you conserve water and energy. The visual element is useful in determining how much water and heat you are actually using, and as a result you can pace yourself accordingly, and in fact it will actually turn itself off when you have reached the maximum amount you set prior to starting your shower.
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