Hanging showers could be an everyday fixture in a future world where industrial shower doors are becoming increasingly common, as companies try to increase productivity in a fast-changing economy.
Hanging shower doors, also known as industrial shower door or “high tech” shower doors that can be hung from ceilings, are becoming more common in new industrial buildings, particularly where there is a need to install additional floor space, according to an article published Thursday by The Wall Street Journal.
While the idea is still in its infancy, the idea of hanging shower doors in a factory is gaining popularity in some industries.
Hanging doors are being installed in a number of industries and are already seen in many new industrial spaces, such as industrial kitchens, restaurants, retail stores and other buildings.
The article reports that industrial shower rooms are often located on the third floor or lower.
“There are a number factors that have led to the trend for industrial shower walls in recent years,” the article states.
A new article in the Wall Street Times reports that a growing number of industrial facilities are installing showers with hanging doors.
The new article notes that many companies are experimenting with industrial showering doors that are “high-tech” and that these showers can be seen in other industrial spaces such as kitchens and retail stores.
Industrial showers can also be seen at a variety of commercial businesses, including malls, restaurants and retail shops.