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Sleek, smart and slender: Duravit bathroom taps

B and C series taps feature high-quality materials, convenient functions and universal designs that complement all Duravit ceramic and bathroom furniture ranges

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Simplicity in myriad options: Duravit taps bring elegant minimalism to bathroom projects.
Simplicity in myriad options: Duravit taps bring elegant minimalism to bathroom projects.

Selecting the right taps for the washbasin, shower, bathtub and bidet can bring an additional design statement into the bathroom. 

Duravit's B.1 to B.3 series offer attractive price points for architects, developers and clients. B.1 taps have rounded contours that contrast with the angular design of B.2, while the sophisticated ergonomics of the B.3 series are particularly noticeable in the circular recess in the handle, perfectly positioned for ease of operation.

Minimalist design marks out the C.1 series by designer Kurt Merki Jr. These taps feature a handle that is perfectly proportioned and, alongside classic chrome, are also available in Black Matt. With the two finishes and four taps sizes to choose from, the C.1 series brings out the best in any washing area - from the hand rinse basin through to the wash bowl. All series harmonise perfectly with different furnishing styles and offer plenty of scope for individual design preferences.

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The all-in-one Duravit shower system solution features a hand shower as well as a showerhead. While the showerhead provides a relaxing wellness experience, the hand shower is useful for a practical quick all-over clean.

Duravit offers a choice between single-lever shower mixers and a thermostatic shower mixer for exposed or concealed installation that can be combined with any square or round showerheads for wall or ceiling fitting.

For bathtubs, Duravit has free-standing bath mixers and thermostatic or single-lever mixers for exposed or concealed installation. The Duravit BlueBox is a universal installation system for a range of tap designs (lever mixers or thermostats) and is used for concealed installation, allowing the design decision to be taken even after the basic set has been installed.

Duravit taps have individually adjustable aerators for splash-free operation. Thermostats offer additional comfort in the shower area and an integrated safety cut-off guards against excessive water temperatures.

All Duravit mixer taps are noise optimised and feature precision-manufactured, long-lasting and maintenance-free ceramic cartridges. They have a maximum flow rate of 5.7 litres per minute, making them economical to run. Duravit provides a five-year warranty across its entire tap range.

For more information and technical support, visit duravit.co.uk

 

Contact:

020 7253 3559

london@uk.duravit.com


 

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