What is a water curtain?
The out-flowing of water as the thin stream that runs continuously that looks like a water fall. With little to no splash, these water curtain water features are nicely suited for urban landscapers and interior decorators.
Use of rain curtains
Rain curtains can be used in many ways as some decorators use them for the beautification of internals walls whereas some use them for the outdoor decoration of a building. They can also be used to decorate featured events like concerts, projection screens, conference rooms and stages to create the particular, exciting effect of rain. These curtains can also be used as a screen to view films and presentations.
Where the water of rain curtain goes?
Specially designed troughs are used to collect the water falling from a height through the strands of rain curtains. In fact, the whole system is a kind of closed system. The water collected in the trough is pumped to the top of the curtain to fall again through it. It can be used suitably indoors because it keeps it dry as very few droplets are supposed to fall on the floor in the whole process.
What shapes can water curtain water features be?
The water curtain may be fabricated to be a linear line to go against a wall, or curved or as a maze.
The form may be designed as a water fall against a wall or free standing in an atrium for example. These water curtains are virtually splashed free – making it a wow factor.
Need the appearance and sound of rain, but do not have lots of room for a water fountain? Subsequently, rain curtains may be the way to go instead of the typical water fountain.
Giving you all the attributes and feeling of rain water.
Water curtains may use a vast number of gallons per hour of recycled water flow thru powerful pumps. This allows for the development of outside rain as indoor rain drapes. It sounds soft music with no splash. The fountain’s rainfall works with gravity and is a gradual fall with natural sounding and looks like a water wall.
You can also use them include stunning features to your place while renovating its interior. They not only add ambience to your place but also help in reducing your stresses. You can virtually add them to any of your rooms, irrespective of their size, as these water features need least maintenance.
There are water curtains that create a shape of a maze. This is fun for theme parks. Making it interactive with the audience – allowing them to walk through without getting wet.