Needed to connect up a temporary shower in a workshop recently. I looked at doing the whole “plump in a complete shower”, and the quote we received was in the thousands.
This was the quick workaround.
The shower is sighted above a plastic clamshell plastic sandpit. Clean, warm water is pumped from a clean bin. (the camping shower includes a built-in water pump).
The water from the sandpit is pumped out into a waste bin, via the Rule 360gph bilge pump.
The bits to make up the improvised shower are below:
27 litre rubbish bin (2)
2m Grey PVC Washing Machine And Dishwasher Outlet Drain Hose
Shower curtain (2)
Shower curtain rings (several)
Clam Shell Sandpit
59.5 x 39.5cm Timber Duck Board Bath Mat (2)
Floating Pool Thermometer
Corflute panels (2)
What about hot water supply though?!?
With buckets. I have access to a hot water tap, so I fill buckets and transfer into the 27 litre bin. If I need to generate my own hot water, I’d buy a Portable Gas Water Heater and a separate water pump.