I have a contractor that installed a Mr. Steam's MS225 portable steamunit in a new bathroom. Something about the configuration of the headsjust doesn't seem correct to me. The contractor installed six heads inthe shower, two at thigh level, two at waist/chest level, and the lasttwo at face level. Since steam is rather hot, aren't those heads closeenough to the body (less than sixteen inches) that the steam could burnsomeone in the shower? I need as much information as you can provide.Thanks in advance!
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Re: Mr. Steam's MS225
Steam unit should be one ( Maybe two) downspout outlets knee heighth or LOWER. Is it possible you have a body spray system also. Has the shower been used yet?? The outlets that are higher are probably for the body spray system.
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