Until then here is what he has so far.
Everything is held together with pipe and rail. This is the
same way Bob made the canopy for our daughter's reception.
He only had to buy a few fittings and cut some of our orginal
pipe to make it work.
The water is supplied through 1/2 irrigation tubing.
They will have a big water tank to supply the water.
For testing purposes we hooked it up to our emergency
preparedness water tanks.
Bob made the pump brackets out of pvc pipe. These really hold the pumps securely. The pumps (which were on sale at Harbor Freight) are attached to the water supply and then to the shower head. 40 pumps will deliver 1 gallon. We had enough plastic to go around one stall. So we ran a little test and this is what we found.
2-3 pumps soak your hair
6 pumps rinse the shampoo out of your hair and wet your body
10 pumps rinse the soap from your body.
Thats a total of 19 pumps which equals only a half a gallon per shower unless someone decides to rinse and repeat.
He made the shower head is adjustable for tall or shorter people. These were made with electrical conduit fittings and PVC fittings. The shower heads came from the 99 Cents only store.