New Grohe showerheads optimise water use
Dubai, September 13, 2011
Grohe, a leading German producer of faucets and showers, has launched its new range of showerheads featuring optimised waterways designed to reduce running costs.
The new Tempesta collection offers two levels of Grohe EcoJoy -- 5.8 litre/min on two-spray models and 9.4 litre/min on three- and four-spray models.
The 100mm diameter Tempesta hand showers feature up to four spray patterns, including two Rain sprays: Grohe’s original Rain spray and its new air-infused RainO2 spray.
With a choice of two Rain sprays on every model, users can now decide whether they want a Rain spray with or without air each time they take a shower, a statement said.
Two-spray models feature Rain and RainO2 spray patterns, while the three-spray variants are enhanced by the addition of a tension-relieving Massage spray. The four-spray models are supplemented with a stimulating Jet spray. – TradeArabia News Service
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