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Shower From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search For other uses, see Shower (disambiguation). This article may require copy-editing for grammar, style, cohesion, tone or spelling. You can assist by editing it now. (June 2007) It has been suggested that Field shower be merged into this article or section. (Discuss) A bathroom with a shower stall, a toilet, and a sink having an overhead mirrorInvented by Vincenz Priessnitz, a shower (also called shower bath) is a booth for washing, usually in a bathroom, having an overhead nozzle that sprays water down on the body. A full bathroom may include a shower stall and a bathtub where as a small bathroom usually has either one or the other. Contents [hide] 1 History 2 Psychological effects 3 Usage 4 Domestic Showers 4.1 Elderly and disabled 5 Installation 6 Structure and designs 6.1 Shower curtains 7 Wet room 8 Cultural significance 9 Types of showers 10 Equipment used in showers 11 shower head 11.1 Simple shower head 11.2 Hand-held shower head 11.3 Hard water 12 Trivia 13 See also 14 References 15 External links  History This section requires expansion. The practice of using a shower to promote healthy hygiene practices goes back to the time of the Greeks in 300 B.C, as evidenced by extant vases and murals. During the Scottish Enlightenment, Lord Monboddo showered every morning with cold water on his front porch to emulate the Greeks, and professed his belief in the practice as healthful; his habit, while eccentric, was well publicized with the intelligentsia of that era. Another step toward the popularization of showering practices was when the Prussian military installed showering rooms in their barracks in 1879.  Psychological effects The pressure and temperature of the water is believed to induce release of natural endorphins.  Usage Various purposes of showering include the practice of routine hygiene, as well as a safe means of removing harsh chemicals or dangerous substances from the body (for this purpose, a field shower is used, which is markedly different from a shower found in a home or public bathing facility).  Domestic Showers There are generally three types of shower used in most homes, these are "Gravity Fed Shower", "Electric Shower" and "Power Shower".  Elderly and disabled This section does not cite any references or sources. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unverifiable material may be challenged and removed. (March 2009) Showering is considered to be easier and safer than bathing for elderly and disabled individuals, as it requires less effort to step out of and presents a lower risk of slipping and falling. To further encourage safe bathing, some companies have started selling walk-in tubs and showers, which allow for more ease of entering and exiting a bathtub or shower area. Institutional showering in nursing homes and rehabilitation facilities was replaced for several years by whirlpool tubs. From the mid-1980s, until the late-1990s these tubs were how residents were mostly cleaned. For several reasons, whirlpool use has been greatly reduced, in favor of showering instead. Some of the reasons that whirlpool bathing has been abandoned are: Time constraints: To fill a whirlpool with the 60+ gallons needed to bathe, takes about 19 to 20 minutes (depending on water pressure and size of the water pipes of 1/2 or 3/4 inch). Once the whirlpool is filled, it takes 12 to 15 minutes to bathe, and 12 to 15 minutes to
disinfect the tub for the next resident to go in. Due to these time-consuming efforts, the use of whirlpools in these facilities has been largely abandoned. Cross-contamination: most of today's institutional residents are bladder and/or bowel incontinent. Whirlpool tubs, by design, take the water that the resident has used into a hydraulic pump, which is then forced out of a series of jets. This very feature that imitates a spa-like experience, becomes a source of cross-contamination for incontinent residents and care-givers alike. Disinfection: Disinfecting between bathing incontinent residents becomes an even bigger task because of all the internal plumbing. Concern arises as to whether the disinfection process has removed all of the matter that was sucked into the pump and out of the jets. This is impossible to verify without dismantling the tub or testing water samples. Clostridium difficile: C-Diff is a dangerous bacteria that is only transmitted by fecal-oral contact. It is especially deadly to the very young and the very old. C-Diff has claimed many lives, causing Canada and the UK to outlaw the use of whirlpool tubs with incontinent people. Ohio State CDC has kept records of C-Diff and the effect on the elderly. However, a significant advancement to showering within these facilities over the past 70 years has been the move from metal constructed shower chairs to PVC plastic ones. The typical process has always been to undress the resident in their room, place them onto a shower chair, wrap a sheet around for modesty and wheel them down to the central shower area with all of their toiletries in their lap. In new construction designs, an institution will often have roll-in showers in each room or shared between two rooms. This eliminates the shrouded trip down the hallway for the resident, but it also drives up the construction cost of facility and takes away square footage for other uses.  Installation The plumbing for a shower being put downInstallation of a shower requires several water transportation pipes. These include the pipe for hot water, cold water, and the drainage pipe.  Structure and designs ShowerheadThere are free-standing showers, but also showers which are integrated into a bathtub. Showers are separated from the surrounding area through watertight curtains (shower curtain), sliding doors, or folding doors, in order to protect the space from spraying water. Showers with a level entry wet room are becoming very popular, especially due to improvements in waterproofing systems and prefabricated components. Best practice requires a waterproofing material to cover the walls and floor of the shower area, that are then covered with tile, or in some countries with a sheet material like vinyl. Places such as a swimming pool, a locker room, or a military facility, have multiple showers. There may be shower rooms without divisions for men and shower stalls for women (typically open at the top.) Modern sensor-operated column showerA shower head is a perforated nozzle that distributes the water over a large solid angle. Thus less water can be used to wet the same area. Low flow shower heads can use water more efficiently by aerating the water stream. Some shower heads can be adjusted to spray different patterns of water. Hard water may result in calcium and magnesium deposits clogging the head, reducing the flow and changing the spray pattern. For descaling, various acidic chemicals or brushes can be used or some heads have rubber-like jets that can be manually descaled.  Shower curtains "shower curtain" redirects here. For the physical phenomenon named after shower curtains, see shower-curtain effect. A shower curtain with a penguin patternShower curtains are curtains used in bathtubs with a shower or shower enclosures. They are usually made from vinyl, cloth or plastic. The shower curtain has two main purposes: to provide privacy and to prevent water from flooding or spraying into the bathroom. Shower curtains usually surround the bath inside the tub or shower area, and are held up with railings or curtain rods on the ceiling. To accommodate the different types of bathtub shapes, railings can come in different sizes and are flexible in their design. Many people use two shower curtains: one that is inside the tub, which is purely functional or decorative as well, and an outer shower curtain, which is purely decorative. It is a common misconception that one should leave a shower curtain spread out in order for it to dry; however, it is best to push the curtain completely to one side in order to prevent mildew.  Wet room A wet room is a shower within a bathroom with a barrier-free floor, level with its surroundings. This structure consists of two phases of construction: Phase 1 - Structural, which consists of a Gradient or Slope, an outlet hole, and a Foul Air Trap connecting the floor to the waste pipes. Phase 2 - Waterproofing. Best practice would suggest multiple layers of defense. Grout is used to fill gaps between tiles, but this material is generally porous. Tiles are generally waterproof, so larger surface areas of grout are less waterproof. Thus small mosaic tiles offer less of a defense than large format tiles. This means sub-tile waterproofing is important when tiles are being used.  Cultural significance Showering is mostly part of a daily routine to promote good hygiene, but is also practiced for wellness and relaxation.  Types of showers Air shower, a type of bathing where high pressure air is used to blow off excess dust particles from cleanroom personnel. Communal shower, a common enclosure having multiple overhead spray nozzles. Electric shower, a shower stall device to locally heat shower water with electrical power. Field shower, the washing of one's body with water performed by military personnel in the field. Navy shower, a method of showering that allows for significant conservation of water and energy. Power shower, a shower stall device to locally increase the water pressure available to the shower head by means of an electric pump. Steam shower, a type of bathing where a humidifying steam generator produces steam that is dispersed around a person's body. Vichy shower, a shower where large quantities of warm water are poured over a spa patron while she/he lies within a shallow (wet) bed, similar to a massage table, but with drainage for the water.  Equipment used in showers Pressure balanced shower valve, a shower stall device to provide constant shower water pressure and prevent temperature fluctuations. Sharko Shower, a tethered showerhead used for massage. Shower cap, a shower stall device product worn as a cap while showering or bathing, to protect hair from becoming wet. Shower gel, a shower stall product used for cleaning the body while showering. Shower radio, a shower stall product that is waterproofed to allow the radio to be used in a bathroom or other wet environment. Sunshower (commercial product), a shower stall device to locally heat shower water with solar power.  shower head A shower head or showerhead is a nozzle that is used in a shower to produce a spray pattern of water. ShowerheadShower heads have different flow rates, can have massage features, often have adjustable spray patterns, and may have features to ease descaling.  Simple shower head A typical, simple shower head is a perforated nozzle that distributes the water over a large solid angle. Thus less water can be used to wet the same area. Low flow shower heads can use water more efficiently by aerating the water stream. Some shower heads can be adjusted to spray different patterns of water.  Hand-held shower head A hand-held shower head is a portable shower head that can be removed from its base to provide a direct stream of water to any part of the body.  Hard water Hard water may result in calcium and magnesium deposits clogging the head, reducing the flow and changing the spray pattern. For descaling, various acidic chemicals or brushes can be used or some heads have rubber-like jets that can be manually descaled.  Trivia Polish is the only language in which shower is correctly called 'prysznic', by the name of its creator, Vincenz Priessnitz.  See also Bathroom  References ^ "Multicultural Resource Center: Showers". http://www.inventions.org/culture/ancient/showers.html. ^ Cloyd, E.L., James Burnett, Lord Monboddo (1972) ^ "Formula created for perfect shower". UK MSN. 2008-10-09. http://tech.uk.msn.com/news/article.aspx?cp-documentid=9995818. Retrieved on 2008-10-29.  External links How to fit a shower screen Shower Head troubleshooting and general information Shower and bath types - UK Consumer Information How to choose a shower cabin Retrieved from "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shower" Categories: Bathing | Hygiene | Plumbing
Shower (film) From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search Shower DVD cover of Shower Directed by Zhang Yang Produced by Peter Loehr Written by Zhang Yang Liu Fendou Huo Xin Diao Yi'nan Cai Shangjun Starring Zhu Xu Pu Cunxin Jiang Wu Music by Ye Xiaogang Cinematography Zhang Jian Bieru Editing by Yang Hongyu Studio Imar Film Distributed by Sony Pictures Classics (United States) Release date(s) 14 September 1999 (Toronto International Film Festival) 6 November 1999 Running time 92 min. Country China Language Mandarin Chinese Budget US$350,000 Shower (洗澡) is an award-winning 1999 Chinese drama / comedy film directed by Zhang Yang and starring Zhu Xu, Pu Cunxin and Jiang Wu. It premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival on 14 September 1999 and won the FIPRESCI Prize. Though only the second directorial work by Zhang and the third production of Imar Film, Shower was selected for numerous film festivals, including San Sebastian Film Festival, Sundance Film Festival, and Seattle International Film Festival, where it received many awards. Despite its name, Shower should really be called Bath. Written by Zhang and a team of young scriptwriters, the film revolves around a family-run bathhouse in Beijing. An aged father and his younger, mentally challenged son worked hard everyday to keep the bathhouse running for a motley group of regular customers. When his elder son, left years ago to seek fortunes in the southern city of Shenzhen, abruptly returned one day, it put the long-broken father-son ties under test again. Presented as a light-hearted comedy, Shower explores the value of family, friendship, and tradition. Contents [hide] 1 Plot 2 Cast 3 Production 4 Reception 4.1 Awards and nominations 5 DVD release 6 References 7 External links  Plot An aged father known to everyone as Old Liu (played by Zhu Xu) and his younger, mentally challenged son Liu Erming (Jiang Wu) run and live in a traditional bathhouse for men in an old district in Beijing. The bathhouse provides a variety of peripheral services, including haircut, massage, shaving, fire cupping, even old-style pedicure, to a motley group of regular customers, many of whom are retired old Beijingers. The patrons usually spend their entire day, day after day, in the bathhouse, engaging in a game of Chinese chess or cricket fighting. As such, they have formed close bonds not only with one another, but also with Old Liu, who is manager, staff, mediator in squabbles, and marriage consultant all in one. One of the patrons is a man who sings 'O Sole Mio in the shower, but when he goes to sing it in public he loses his nerve, until Erming provides him with a shower from a hose. Another patron is a man having marital problems, after his wife ran after a thief while naked, and Old Liu arranges a reconciliation by having the man find his wife in the bath. After the bathhouse closes in the evening, Old Liu and Erming go for their daily jog around the neighbourhood, after which they engage in a contest to hold their breath in water as they bathe. Even simple tasks such as cleaning up the bathhouse are tremendous fun for the duo, both of whom behave like little children at these times. One day, Old Liu's elder son Liu Daming (Pu Cunxin), who left many years ago to seek fortunes in the southern city of Shenzhen, abruptly returns home. Now a successful businessman, Daming had received a postcard from Erming with a drawing of their father lying in bed. Thinking that his father has died, Daming rushed home, only to find it a misunderstanding. However, the father-son ties between Old Liu and Daming appear to be strained, and Daming plans to return to Shenzhen three days later. When Erming follows Daming downtown to reserve a plane ticket, he became separated from his elder brother. After a futile search, Daming returns home to his distressed father, who lashes out at him for not being able to take care of his younger brother. Old Liu laments that having already lost one son (referring to Daming), he cannot afford to lose the other. The next morning, however, Erming is able to find his own way home, to the relief of everyone. Having already postponed his flight, Daming decides to stay one more night. It rains heavily overnight. While up on the roof fixing leaks, Old Liu catches a cold and falls sick the next morning. Daming volunteers to take over the work in the bathhouse, delaying his return once more. In the next few days, Daming stays on to help in the bathhouse. He even joins in the daily evening jog with his father and Erming. One evening, after coming back from jogging, Old Liu passes away peacefully while sitting in the bath. Erming refuses to accept the reality and insists on opening the bathhouse everyday at the usual time. On the other hand, Daming plans to bring Erming to Shenzhen to live with him, but he is worried about his wife's reaction. He decides to leave Erming in a mental hospital for a couple of weeks while he goes back to make preparations. However, Erming puts up a fight at the hospital with the attendants. Daming has no choice but to bring Erming back to the bathhouse again. Meanwhile, the entire district is due to be demolished to make way for commercial development. Even as the crew of movers comes in to take away the furniture, Erming tries to protect the bathhouse. With water hose in hand, he sprays and drives out everyone and locks the door. Eventually, he is convinced by Daming to accept the reality. As the group of old customers gathers in the bathhouse for one last time, Erming gives his final performance in the place he so loves, singing to the tune of 'O Sole Mio.  Cast Zhu Xu as Old Liu, owner and manager of a traditional bathhouse in Beijing, father to Daming and Erming Pu Cunxin as Liu Daming, elder son of Old Liu, left for Shenzhen many years ago Jiang Wu as Liu Erming, younger and mentally challenged son of Old Liu, helper in the bathhouse  Production Shower was shot on a budget mostly in Beijing, with additional scenes in northern Shaanxi province (near Yan'an) and Tibet. According to producer Peter Loehr, he had "to go out and beg for a cast" because of the tight budget. He was even considering hiring a real mentally challenged amateur actor for the role of Liu Erming when Jiang Wu approached him and requested to have the role. The Beijing shot took 43 days in total, with 18 to 20-hour days and one day off. The actors took naps between shoots on the beds available in the bathhouse on set. Shower wrapped up in late May 1999.  Reception Having wrapped up in late May 1999, producer Peter Loehr held back the release of Shower due to poor domestic market in Mainland China. Instead, the film premiered at the Toronto Film Festival on 14 September, winning the Fipresci Prize. It was soon invited to many more film festivals and distribution rights were sold to 56 countries. Imar Film had recouped double of its budget of US$350,000 in advances alone. Having won international acclaim, Shower finally opened at home on 6 November.  Awards and nominations Toronto Film Festival, 1999 International Critics' Award (Fipresci Prize) San Sebastian Film Festival, 1999 Best Director Ecumenical Award Thessaloniki Film Festival, 1999 Golden Alexander Award Seattle International Film Festival, 2000 Golden Space Needle Award Best Director Rotterdam International Film Festival, 2000 Audience Award Satellite Awards, 2001 Golden Satellite Award (nominated) Hong Kong Film Awards, 2002 Best Asian Film (nominated)  DVD release A DVD featuring subtitles in English, Spanish and French was released on 12 December 2000 and distributed by Sony Pictures Classics in the United States.  References Unknown (1999-11-05). "Men in Towels". Beijing Scene 6 (4). http://web.archive.org/web/20070223154906/http://www.beijingscene.com/v06i004/feature/feature.html. Retrieved on 2007-03-25.  External links Shower at the Internet Movie Database Shower at Allmovie Shower at Rotten Tomatoes Shower at Metacritic Shower at Box Office Mojo [show]v • d • eFilms directed by Zhang Yang Spicy Love Soup (1997) • Shower (1999) • Quitting (2000) • Sunflower (2005) • Getting Home (2007) [show]v • d • eCinema of China Films A-Z · Animation · Awards · Festivals · Production Companies · Studios Actors · Cinematographers · Directors · Producers · Screenwriters Films by decade: 1905–1919 · 1920s · 1930s · 1940s · 1950s · 1960s · 1970s · 1980s · 1990s · 2000s Retrieved from "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shower_(film)" Categories: 1999 films | Chinese films | 1990s comedy films | 1990s drama films | Films set in Beijing | Mandarin-language films
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