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Precision engineered pre-plumbed system

Venesta claims an industry first for its V-epps panel system

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V-epps from Venesta is a revolutionary, fully engineered metal framed pre-plumbed system offering even faster installation, even easier ongoing maintenance and a much wider range of sanitaryware options, all at a lower cost. 

Venesta says V-epps is the next generation IPS pre-plumbed panel system and is the industry's first fully precision engineered, pre-plumbed system. The precision engineering starts with high strength linear-bearing hinges which provide smooth movement and allow panels to be positioned at different heights, with absolutely no gaps between panels.

The innovative dowel-dock is designed for perfect panel alignment while the adjustable zinc plated steel tie backs provide a bracing system for even easier installation. And because Venesta understands the need for added security, it offers a stainless steel, discreet, tamper proof panel lock. 

The V-epps pre-plumbed system is designed to be installed in just four easy steps, reducing the need for specialist onsite skills. Venesta’s partnership with Armitage Shanks, Ideal Standard and SanCeram gives specifiers the flexibility to choose industry leading products to complement their washroom designs. 

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For more information and technical support visit http://www.venesta.co.uk/v-epps/


 

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