IDEAL STANDARD LAUNCHES NEW LOW PROFILE SIMPLICITY SHOWER TRAYS
“A NEW GENERATION”
Ideal Standard, a leading provider of innovative and design-driven bathroom solutions, today launches its new Simplicity Low Profile Shower Trays.
The new generation of elegant and modern shower trays are composed of an innovative new lightweight stone resin which is remarkably light and surprisingly strong – approximately 40% lighter than standard stone resin. The stone resin ensures they stay rigid even when installed on legs, while the light weight composition ensures lifting and fitting is simplicity itself for installers.
Ideal Standard’s Bathing and Wellness Manager, Leanne Martin says, ‘Simplicity Low Profile Shower Trays offer consumers a minimal, sleek and durable design on top of all the existing benefits of standard shower trays – the perfect addition to any contemporary bathroom. The clean lines and illusion of space also work well with frameless shower doors to create a pared-back ‘wet room’ look and feel without any additional expense.”
The Simplicity Low Profile Shower Trays have been designed in conjunction with a matching 90mm improved fast flow waste which prevents water excess build up and overflow.
The Simplicity Low Profile Shower Trays offer a variety of practical and specialist solutions that provide excellent comfort and performance at great value for money:
Geberit goes On TourLast year’s tour saw the team clock up over 1200 miles and stop off at more than 30 Geberit Mapress stockists nationwide. This year we’ll be taking to the road again, visiting Geberit Mapress stockists nationwide to give demonstrations about this labour-saving system and to give installers an invaluable chance to try it out for themselves.
Experts from Geberit will be on hand at every demonstration to answer questions and offer advice about this unique system. There will be incentives on tooling for any installers ready to make the switch to Geberit Mapress.
During the tour installers will have the chance to apply to take part in the Geberit Challenge 2012, an opportunity to prove themselves as the ‘fastest fitter in the land’. Taking place in November in London, Glasgow and Manchester, the winning team will receive an all-expenses paid holiday in luxury accommodation. Further details of the Geberit challenge are available at www.geberit.co.uk/challenge.
Geberit On Tour takes to the road in May and continues into the summer. To find your nearest On Tour event visit www.geberit.co.uk/ontour
Case Study: Geberit Specified for Belfast’s Tallest BuildingBlackbourne Mechanical specified Geberit’s HDPE piping because of its easy installation and because its superior environmental and acoustic properties make it ideal for tall buildings.
Also specified was the Geberit Sovent soil and waste drainage system. The Geberit Sovent single-stack drainage system is designed specifically for use in high-rise buildings as it eliminates the need for a separate vent stack and reduces the diameter of the stacks. The specifically designed branch inlet fitting also reduces the pneumatic pressure fluctuations in stacks, preventing the syphonage of traps.
This is the first UK-based sepcification of Geberit Sovent fittings, which allow the use of smaller diameter soil stack pipes and offet self syphonage from the floats – a particular requirement from the contractor.
Geberit also supplied more than 330 dual flush Duofix W/C frames enabling the bathrooms to be fitted with wall-hung sanitaryware for that all-important on-trend minimal look. The dual-flush cisterns also ensure water comsumption per tenant is minimised. Giles Hill, Mechanical Director at Blackbourne Mechanical, said: "Installing services to the tallest high-rise building in Northern Ireland created its own difficulties, so the selection of suitable materials was crucial to its success. The Geberit products we specified more than lived up to our expectations."
For technical information on Geberit piping, drainage and bathroom systems visit our on-line catalogue where you can download product drawings, images and installation instructions.Link: