Waterwalls have become a very popular water feature in the building industry due to their asthetic nature, their functionality and their space efficiency.
Waterwalls operate by pumping water from the bottom reservoir to the top copper rainbar or weir discharging the water onto a chosen material, whether it be stainless steel , stone, glass or any other material, allowing it to flow down the face of that material and back into the lower reservoir.
Typically, waterwalls are used for their unusual water effect and the aviance they provide to a given space.
The waterwalls above are three seperate systems consisting of poured concrete basins, submersible stainless steel pumps, submersible UV sterilizers, and Flair made custom copper header assemblies. The water is discharged onto a polished granite surface.
Please view the different types of waterwalls below.
Select a sub category from the list below,
or on the left, or from the root categories above:
There are no products in this category.