Shower diverter valves do not themselves turn your water on and off. Instead, they play their part by switching the flow of water from one outlet to another. For example, you may have a simple on and off valve that your water will reach first. Next, a diverter valve can be installed to switch this mixed water from your fixed shower head to a wall-mounted shower handset instead.
There are other ways of achieving the same thing. For example, a 2 or 3 outlet shower valve can control the flow, the temperature, and the outlet required all from the same place. But for a more modular look, separate flow, temperature and diverter valves can be chosen and located at convenient points within your bathroom.
With all the different valve types around, choosing a suitable shower system can be a little confusing. If you need any advice, we'll be more than happy to advise on what you need - just ask.
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