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Getting handheld showerhead plus rainhead - which valve? - a pressure reliefvalve or thermostatic valve

Which valve helps maintain water pressure the best?  a pressure relief valve or a thermostatic vavle?
This is for a dual system of handheld showerhead AND a rainhead shower faucet.

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I installed a 2 thermostatic valves in our shower. Two of us can use both showerheads simultaneously without being frozen or scalded.

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