32 BATHROOMS & WETROOMS Studor shows the way to health and hygiene in the bathroom

While unpleasant, a bad smell in the bathroom is not in itself dangerous. However, it may well be indicative of a more serious and potentially life-threatening issue. The smell can indicate that the water trap seal, has been lost, potentially posing serious health risks. Water trap seals started being fitted on bathroom and kitchen fixtures after the 1854 cholera outbreak in London, in which hundreds of people died. Today, cholera is not a risk in the UK, but within all our drainage systems sewer gases and pathogens such as SARS, legionnaires, norovirus and others are always present. For the last 40 years, drainage ventilation expert Studor has been solely focused on developing products that maintain the water trap seals in our buildings. Studor’s Trap-Vent solution, the combination of a water trap and Air Admittance Valve (AAV), can easily be retrofitted to an existing bathroom, and is also ideal for small group venting in, for example, hotels, care homes and hospitals. It protects the water trap seal between the drainage system and the room, stopping bad odours and pathogens escaping from empty traps. The Studor Trap-Vent is a combined trap with a 50mm water seal and an integral AAV. It reduces the need for secondary ventilating in small fixture groups and replaces conventional S traps and P traps. Hudson Reed offer a unique range of space saving storage

Hudson Reed has expanded their bathroom furniture collection to include some stylish, space saving storage solutions for the smaller bathroom. The furniture range offers simplicity, value and quality and has been designed with flexibility in mind. Storage is key to the collection and this versatile range includes Stand Alone, 1000mm, 1100mm, 1200mm or 1500mm wide furniture combinations. Featured with a selection of slimline and L Shaped polymarble basins. The slimline basins are perfect for the smaller bathroom such as ensuite or cloakrooms. Available in four stylish finishes, all with fully co-ordinating cabinets and accessories: Gloss White, Driftwood, Grey Avola and the latest on-trend colour Hacienda Black. All furniture is supplied pre-constructed as standard, making it quicker and easier to install, with integrated soft close as standard. Reassurance of quality is essential, so for added peace of mind we offer a five year guarantee on our combination furniture against manufacturing defects.

01422 417099 Stuart Turner gain WRAS approval

A leading trade wet room supplier High quality products Next day delivery Fantastic customer service Huge range including -

Flomate iBoost, the ultimate solution to low mains water pressure from Stuart Turner is now WRAS Approved! Water boosting pump manufacturer Stuart Turner designed and developed Flomate iBoost to boost the mains supply to larger properties with multiple bathrooms using high flow combination boilers or an unvented cylinder system, where higher pressure and flow are required. Flomate iBoost is the latest edition to Stuart Turner’s range of mains boost

pumps. The system is simple to install, with an ingenious access aperture designed within this engineered appliance and yet is compact enough to sit within any standard 600mm kitchen larder cupboard.

01491 572655 Thermostatic shower range Contact us for your free

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MX Group’s impressive ‘one stop shop’ range of shower and bathroom products continues to be welcomed by those looking for high quality, reliable products for new developments and refurbishment projects up and down the country. In particular, the range of

thermostatic shower options has caught the imagination. MX has added a significant number of new options to this range, with options available for every application. From stylish and modern to the more traditional single lever options. they are all fully thermostatically controlled and suitable for both high and low pressure systems.

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