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3961 106th St
Des Moines, IA  50322
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Just because you shampoo from the side no longer means you cannot enjoy the many benefits of a backwash shampoo system.  Now Collins makes it possible with their new Sidewash Shampoo Shuttles.  These innovative systems have a porcelain bowl that will never stain from haircolor, the bowls and backrests both tilt and the entire seat adjusts forward and back, all of which make your clients enormously more comfortable while being shampooed.

Not all shampoo bowls are created equal.  There is a huge variation mainly based on the material used to build the basin.
Marble Products #2000, #3000, #4000 and #100 shampoo bowls are all made out of poured epoxy (also called “Cultured Marble” or “Man Made Marble”.  This is a very hard durable material.  A salon shampoo bowl manufactured with poured epoxy
will last for years.  At the other end of the spectrum are salon shampoo bowls manufactured out of ABS plastic or fibreglass.
This is a very light weight material and will not hold up as long as other shampoo bowls.  The sturdiest salon shampoo bowls ever made are those manufactured by Belvedere out of porcelain enamel.  These salon shampoo bowls might last for 50 years.
The last type of salon shampoo bowl available is a ceramic or porcelain shampoo bowl.  These salon shampoo bowls are very high quality and all European backwash shampoo system are outfitted with this style salon shampoo bowl.  A major advantage of a porcelain shampoo bowl is the fact that hair color will not stain or discolor it.

Check your local building code or with your plumber to see if you are required to have a vacuum breaker on your shampoo bowl.  If you are required to have it, you will not pass inspection without it.  The reason salon shampoo bowls are often required to have a vacuum breaker is because they are outfitted with a shampoo hose which may be in the basin in dirty water.  If the water pressure were to drop in the building, the dirty water would be sucked back up into the building’s water supply.  A vacuum breaker prevents this from occurring.

Salon shampoo bowls may be outfitted with different water controls/fixtures.  A standard setup for a salon shampoo bowl is a one handle water fixture with a shampoo spray.  Some water controls have a metal handle, others are equipped with a plastic knob.  Pull up to turn on the water and control the pressure.  Turn left or right to change the water temperature.  On a Marble Products Shampoo Bowl (models #100/#2000/#200/#3000/#4000/#10/#30/#300/#2001) you may add a diverter spout.  A diverter spout has a knob on top.  Pull up on the knob on the diverter spout and the water runs out of the spout rather than through the shampoo spray hose.  This facilitates hand washing, making hot towel packs, etc, useful when you would like to run water in the salon shampoo bowl without having to hold on to the spray hose.

The Beecher Group sells an array of salon shampoo bowls to fit all needs and budgets: 

Portable shampoo bowls designed for temporary use that require a added water supply.  Often used in residential settings and nursing homes to aid less mobile people.
Marble Products Shampoo bowls manufactured with Cultured marble or man-made marble.  Marble Shampoo bowls are very durable.
Fiberglass Shampoo Bowls and Plastic Shampoo Bowls offering a lower cost solution.

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