Vitra launches wall-hung frames providing a complete bathroom solution

Vitra's six new WRAS-approved frames cater for every bathroom and are compatible with its extensive range of wall-hung WCs and stylish flush plates

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Vitra is proud to announce the launch of a range of wall-hung frames and flush plates. The range includes two frame back-to-back options; a slim 8cm model which is ideal when space is at a premium and a regular 12cm option. Both options are available with floor and wall fixation, floor fixation or double floor fixation to cater for all wall types (solid or stud work). The eco-friendly wall-hung frames offer a dual flush action set to either 2.5/4L or 3/6L ensuring compatibility with the widest range of WCs.

Strong and durable, the frames can support weights of up to 400kg (62 stone). The cisterns are also thoroughly tested to ensure longevity. Each unit is tested to guarantee it is 100 percent watertight, the components are periodically tested and do not drop performance even after 200,000 times. The flow rate fulfils industry standards, ensuring the pan will clean away all contents. The lower body of Vitra’s concealed cistern is covered with Styrofoam which prevents condensation and ensures great sound installation. 

The new products are intuitive, quick and easy to install, and there is easy access to the cistern’s components through the control panel for any maintenance work.

To complete the launch, Vitra has also introduced a range of flush plates suited to mechanical, pneumatic or electronic fittings. There are more than 10 finishes and the range includes the iF Product Design award-winning Sirius design.  

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

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