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Alto FENIX toilet cubicles

Washroom Washroom toilet cubicles installed in new offices, Leicester

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Washroom Washroom’s new full height Alto FENIX toilet cubicles have been installed as part of a unique washroom design for a leading London retailer’s new Leicester office.

Manufactured using FENIX NTM, the Alto FENIX toilet cubicle is soft to touch, thermally self-healing, impact resistant and hydro repellent as well as having enhanced anti-bacterial properties, making it ideal for washrooms where a luxury, high performance finish is required.

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