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20 BMA FEATURE; BATHROOMS & WETROOMS New luxury bath screen from AQATA


AQATA’s new innovative DS490 bath screen, from the recently launched Design Solutions collection, offers a luxury space saving solution for compact bathrooms and can be made to order to suit individual preferences. The latest DS490 bath screen features a frameless design and clear seals


which helps to maximize the sense of space in the bathroom. Made from toughened glass, a robust construction ensures a reliable performance and quality that can be enjoyed every time the shower is used. Providing an effective water barrier for over-bath showering, the screen folds inward 180 degrees for easy access and is adorned with polished chrome finish hinges.


01455 896500 www.aqata.co.uk New life to intimate care


The new and improved Vita range of wash & dry toilets give people a stylish solution to retaining independence and dignity in the bathroom. Closomat, a UK leader in helpful toileting at home and away, has applied to the new look Vita range its 56 years of experience of working with people to optimise their hygiene and independence in the bathroom. The Vita range is, the company believes, the most ‘fit for purpose’ collection of wash & dry toilets available in the UK. It encompasses the top-selling unit of its kind, the Palma Vita, the wall-hung Lima Vita, and the height-adjustable Lima Lifter, all of which look like- and can be used as conventional WCs, but have built-in washing and drying, so eliminate the need to wipe clean. Now, they feature an updated, more modern, aesthetically pleasing, sweeping design, to compliment even the most contemporary bathroom. The new look is in part achieved using a combination of traditional ceramic, and state of the art plastics that deliver optimum resilience and durability. The new Vita toilets can be fitted with accessories to enable the user to toilet, feeling safe, secure and in control: integrated arm supports, body supports, different seats, operating mechanisms and douche options are available across the range.


0161 969 1199 www.clos-o-mat.com Charity residents given level access showering


As a manufacturer whose product range is synonymous with wet rooms and high specification bathrooms, Marmox has supplied ten of its specialist Showerstone level access trays for an apartment development in Newark, aimed at those likely to have mobility


issues. The Showerstone is a solid shower base that can be laid directly onto timber joists without any further support needed but in this instance, it was the ideal solution for the whole project, being that it could also be sited into conventional cement based screed. Strong enough to support a load of 600kg, the Showerstone is made with a combination of polymer-concrete and GRP material, which makes it almost unbreakable.


01634 835290 www.marmox.co.uk


All Roman shower enclosures, bath screens and solid surface fabricated products are designed and created in the UK, offering the ultimate in quality, precision and craftsmanship. All manufacturing processes meet and exceed approved UK and European testing standards.


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