V&B develops new showerheads
Dubai, July 10, 2010
Villeroy & Boch (V&B), a leading Germany-based ceramics manufacturer, has developed new showerheads, featuring a flat, state-of-the-art design and a high-quality, black nozzle face.
The new ‘rain’ showerhead has been developed to complement the Cult, Circle and Soul concepts of fittings and accessories, one that will enhance the popular products in these ranges, a statement said.
While a special ball-and-socket joint makes these shower mixers particularly functional, it also simplifies installation, and allows the user to better aim the shower head, the statement added.
The rectangular version of the showerhead, designed for the Cult series, is available in both a wall and ceiling mount, has a size of 300 x 240 mm, allowing a flow rate of maximum 20 litres water per minute.
Sized a bit smaller, but still with 14 litres of water per minute and thus also superbly comfortable, is the round version with a diameter of 220 mm.
The new rain showerheads for V&B’s Circle and Soul series have been designed to fit the contours of both lines.
Two round versions are available, and both are available either as wall or ceiling mounts. Besides the 220 mm wide showerhead with flow rates of 14 litres of water per minute, there is also a particularly ample version with a 300 mm diameter and flow rates of maximum 20 litres of water per minute.
The 220 mm large showerhead also comes with a nozzle thermostat, and is made for wall mounting together with a free-standing and hand-held showerhead. – TradeArabia News Service
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