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Showers


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• Manual/Thermostatic temperature control. • Separate controls for flow & temperature, make it easy to use. (Thermostatic model has simple push button to turn it on and off).


• Simply set your ideal flow & temperature and that’s it. • Four spray showerhead with partial rub-clean rubber nozzles makes cleaning easy. • The special ‘flow boost’ feature delivers an invigorating 16 litres of water a minute.


Description


1.1532.003 1.1532.002


Manual White/Chrome Thermostatic White/Chrome


2.1539.390 2.1539.391 2.1539.392


Vie


• Pressure stabilised temperature control maintains your selected showering temperature by controlling the flow rate.


• Separate controls for power and temperature/flow as well as a simple push button to turn it on and off.


• Simply set your ideal power and temperature and that’s it. • Five spray showerhead with rub-clean rubber nozzles makes cleaning easy. • Use the Eco power setting to save energy and water.


Description


8.5kW White/Chrome 9.5kW White/Chrome 10.8kW White/Chrome


Jump


• Easy to use - set your favourite temperature with separate power and flow/temperature controls plus push button stop/start.


• Improved performance and longer life thanks to the Mira Clearscale technology. • Easy to clean - multi-mode rub-clean handset reduces limescale whilst offering a choice of spray patterns.


• Eco setting saves energy and water - particularly beneficial during the summer months. • Retrofits Triton, Aqualisa and many other electric showers.


Description


1.1693.001 1.1693.002 1.1693.003


8.5kW White/Chrome 9.5kW White/Chrome 10.8kW White/Chrome


Zest


• Pressure stabilised temperature control maintains your selected showering temperature by controlling the flow rate.


• Separate controls for power and temperature/flow as well as a simple push button to turn it on and off.


• Simply set your ideal power and temperature and that’s it. • Four spray showerhead with partial rub-clean rubber nozzles makes cleaning easy.


Description


2.1539.200 2.1539.201


7.5kW White/Chrome 8.5kW White/Chrome


Sport


• Advanced pressure stabilised temperature control keeps your selected showering temperature consistent.


• Separate power and temperature/flow controls to fine tune your perfect shower. • Select and forget control for your ideal shower at the touch of a button. • Sensi-flo prevents scalding in the event of a loss of water pressure or if the showerhead or hose become blocked.


• Clearscale technology cuts limescale by half for a better performing, longer lasting shower. • Opti-flo optimises flow throughout the year. • Phased shutdown flushes hot water from the tank to make it safe for the next user. • Large 110mm 4 spray showerhead with rub-clean nozzles for easy limescale removal. • Adjustable slide bar fits over holes left by a previous shower kit.


Description


1.1746.001 1.1746.002 1.1746.003 1.1746.004 1.1746.005 1.1746.006 1.1746.007 1.1746.008 1.1746.009 1.1746.010


7.5kW White/Chrome 9.0kW White/Chrome 9.8kW White/Chrome 10.8kW White/Chrome


9.0kW Thermostatic White/Chrome 9.8kW Thermostatic White/Chrome 9.0kW MAX White/Chrome 10.8kW MAX White/Chrome 9.0kW MultiFit White/Chrome 9.8kW MultiFit White/Chrome


Selectronic


• One touch operation. • Large tactile, easy to press buttons. • Large LED digital readout. • Independent adjustment for temperature & water flow rate. • High-visibility shower head and clamp. • Automatic shutdown after 30 minutes of inactivity. • Six spray mode rub-clean handset. • Fully thermostatic - adjusting power and water flow to selected temperature. • Safety temperature lock 40C with override. • Phased shutdown - reducing scale and ensuring cool-start use. • Audible feedback response to commands. • Matt antiglare label backing. • Endorsed by the RNIB.


Description 53-558001 9.5kW Selectronic


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