Mira Showers has developed and patented Mira Magni-flo, an engineered technology which enables its shower mixers to deliver up to three times more flow than competing products, even at low pressure.
Mira Magni-flo utilises a combination of design features inside mixer valves to optimise internal waterways and allow water to flow through more efficiently.
By reducing the number of twists and turns the water has to navigate, and maximising the water area within the valve, flow rates are increased three-fold.
All of Mira’s mixer showers incorporate this technology to offer maximum flow rates even where water pressure is as low as 0.1 bar. The technology can be combined with Mira’s high performance shower heads to provide better coverage and a higher spray force.
Mira currently has the fifth largest research and development budget of any ‘white goods’ manufacturer in the UK.
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