Push button control

Hansgrohe rolls out its intuitive push button Select control to the Talis mixer range, available in a flat or conical spout

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Hansgrohe has extended its popular ‘Select’ technology to the bathroom washbasin with its new mixer range Talis Select. The water is turned on and off by simply pressing the Select button instead of using a conventional lever. Users can even use the back of their hand or lower arm. Created in close collaboration with Hansgrohe’s long-standing partner Phoenix Design, Talis Select is available in two versions: with a flat spout or a round, conical spout in a polished chrome finish.

Select offers an enjoyable and intuitive way to operate showers, and now mixer taps, for everyone. It uses reliable mechanical technology, so no electricity is required and the highest quality materials for sophisticated shower designs.

Concealed ShowerSelect thermostats in white or black glass are an attractive addition to any bathroom. The Axor Select concealed controls combine circular or soft cube chrome surfaces with black buttons sporting easy-to-understand icons. For exposed installations, the ShowerTablet Select 700 is an intelligent shower control with a generous storage space in the shower.

When it comes to showering, the Rainmaker Select range of overhead showers transforms the bathroom into a place of refuge and relaxation. Generous faces of white glass deliver pampering spray modes from gentle, air-infused Rain Spray to the invigorating RainStream made up of single massaging jets. 

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For more information and technical support visit: www.pro.hansgrohe.co.uk

 

Contact:

01372 472001

projects@hansgrohe.co.uk


 

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