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AIR CONDITIONING & VENTILATION; BATHROOMS & WETROOMS 31 Vortice wins new contract


Ventilation systems supplier Vortice has been awarded the contract to supply intermittent ventilation fans to Midlands- based housebuilder William Davis. The first site to be completed is Mill Fields, set in the Leicestershire village of Broughton Astley. Vortice Specification Manager, Ken


Johnson, said, “After discussions with William Davis it was clear that the quality of the products specified was of the utmost importance. The fans chosen are stylish and discreet, making them the ideal choice for bathrooms, utility rooms and kitchens. We are delighted William Davis has chosen Vortice products for these beautiful homes.”


01283 492949 www.vortice.ltd.uk New anti-slip shower trays from Roman


International shower designer and manufacturer, Roman, has launched a new range of Shower Trays, which are anti-slip. Roman has added this dedicated range of Anti-Slip Shower Trays to their existing collection of Solid Surface Trays. They are available in matt white or matt grey and they are


internationally approved for their Anti-Slip properties. These Shower Trays present a stylish finish with a domed aluminium waste cover. Roman can accommodate a variety of colour finishes and sizes to your specification, including stone effect finishes to coordinate your bathroom design.


01325 311318 www.roman-showers.com Stylish solution to assist supported living


One of Britain’s brand leader in helpful toileting solutions has developed a stylish solution to help developers of assisted and supported living communities future-proof the homes. Clos-o-Mat, has introduced a new range, designed to enable elderly and disabled people have a stylish bathroom


that can be easily adapted, evolved to meet immediate, and future, needs. The Vita range of bidet toilets looks like, and can be used as, conventional WCs. All have built-in douching and drying, so, if required/preferred, the user is hygienically and consistently cleaned afterwards without they – or their carer having to clean with toilet tissue.


0161 969 1199 www.clos-o-mat.com Vero Air


The new Vero Air collection from Duravit retains the iconic, rectangular character of the Vero washbasins while introducing new technical distinctions. Through the recent additions of rimless toilets, a new range of bathtubs and various pieces of furniture, Vero Air has become a complete bathroom range


while retaining its strong, design-focused identity. The straight interior surface and precise edges of the Vero Air washbasins reflect the collection’s linear charm. The use of patented c-bonded technology sees the washbasin and vanity unit combined to form a minimalist masterpiece.


01908 286 680 www.duravit.co.uk CCL Wetrooms launch the new Frameless Grill


CCL Wetrooms, one of the UK’s leading Wetroom Specialist have launched the latest development in Wetroom drainage – the new Frameless Grill – incorporating the minimalistic beauty of a Stone-Infill Grill, but without the border of a metal frame. The new Frameless Grill, which only has a 5mm


shadow gap visible around the perimeter of the drain and no visible frame, has been designed to complement all brassware finishes and sanitary ware designs, including the latest in luxury boutique trends such as brushed nickel, copper and rose gold.


0844 327 6002 www.ccl-wetrooms.co.uk Roman Innov8


International shower designer and manufacturer, Roman, has launched a new collection of frameless pivoting Shower Enclosures. This innovative collection encompasses elegantly minimalist frameless Pivot Door Enclosures with a full length pivoting tube. These frameless Enclosures


lead the way in inclusive and stylish design trends, presenting a modern collection. Innov8’s outstanding differential is the low threshold, allowing level entry access into the Shower Enclosure. Finishing touches include the subtle silver frame and stylish chromed brass ergonomic feature handle.


01325 311318 www.roman-showers.com  Hoisting compliance with lifetime homes


With the continuing emphasis on giving people the ability to remain in their own homes for as long as possible, housing providers are being offered a new resource to create lifetime homes. To help architects, social housing providers and builders get it right from the outset, Clos-o-Mat has


produced a new white paper – Design Guidance & Considerations for a Domestic Accessible Toilet/Wetroom. The white paper covers everything from adequate space to manoeuvre a wheelchair through the role of colour and texture to the structural considerations to accommodate personal care assistive technology.


0161 969 1199 www.clos-o-mat.com  Miena: fine-edged washbasin bowls


Kaldewei has produced yet another iconic bathroom design with the new Miena washbasin bowls. The washbasin bowls, designed by Anke Salomon, are made of superior single layer of steel enamel combining the highest standards of minimalist design with a unique fine-edged quality. The Miena washbasin


bowls are round or rectangular and come in two different sizes. What is completely new is the diversity of colour: customers can choose from the exclusive Coordinated Colours Collection, such as Oyster Grey and Lava Black allowing for greater individuality.


01480 498053 www.kaldewei.co.uk WWW.HBDONLINE.CO.UK


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