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Alto FENIX toilet cubicles

Washroom Washroom toilet cubicles installed in new offices, Leicester

In association with

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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