Manufacturer Cavalier Bathrooms launches anti-slip shower tray A

bathroom manufacturer has launched a long-lasting anti-slip

shower tray, available for domestic and commercial installations. Cavalier Bathrooms, through its brand April

Products, has released the anti-slip stone resin shower tray to help combat slippery surfaces. The anti-slip effect is vacuum formed directly into the shower tray while being manufactured, meaning it does not wear down. Rob Harrison, managing director at the Yorkshire-based firm which is also the umbrella brand behind Aquadart, Elation and Niagara, said: “Some anti-slip trays wear down over time due

to the coated technologies applied to the tray; with April Products, we’ve created a manufacturing process which ensures the anti-slip surface is part of the tray itself, so that the feature lasts as long as the shower tray itself.” The tray has been independently tested and

achieved the highest Class C DIN (Deutsches Institut für Normung, the German Institute for Standardisation) status, ensuring it meets stringent bathroom industry standards. “Whether it’s for residential properties or

hotels, it’s important to us that the anti-slip claim has been rigorously tested – in fact, our April Products tray provides twice the bathroom

industry standard of slip resistance,” said Rob, who still heads up the design and innovation departments in the business. “We’ve also made life a little easier, as the

permanent anti-slip surface can be cleaned while the shower tray itself is being cleaned as the two are merged together in the early stages of manufacture,” added Rob. The April Products anti-slip stone resin shower

tray is available on all shower trays from 700mm to 1,800mm with a starting price of £137. For more information about Cavalier Bathrooms call or visit the website.

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‘Go Figure’ with Fog by Aestus A

estus, leading manufacturer of quality designer radiators and towel

warmers, celebrate the graphic beauty of Fog: a highly-expressive heating design, made available in either a contemporary Matt Black or Matt White finish. “Confirming once again that “Expressive shapes

and creative forms” will become a key ingredient for next-generation heating solutions in 2020, Fog is a textbook choice for the modern homeowner wanting to create a ‘statement piece’ in the

modern bathroom” says Steve Birch, Sales Director, Aestus. The fluid shape of Fog is contemporary and

playful, presenting a captivating abstract design with staggered, asymmetrical hanging rails. “Black continues to be the go-to colour for modern interiors, adding drama and contemporary appeal when combined with innovative shaped products and utility” says Steve. Manufactured from Mild Steel, Fog is available

in either a Matt Black or Matt White finish and is suitable for closed heating systems. This means, the Fog Towel Warmer will cut installation time and ensure more flexibility in terms of pipework and location. Plus, by preventing air being reintroduced to the water, a closed heating system will also reduce corrosion and improve thermal efficiency of your bathroom radiator or towel rail. For added comfort and peace of mind, the Fog Towel Warmer is supplied with a 15 year quality guarantee and is available in two sizes:

• H592mm x W800mm x D66-96mm • H790mm x W1100mm x D66-96mm

Designed with a heat output of up to 842/2873 Watts/BTU’s, Fog is the ideal heating solution in a family bathroom, shower room or en-suite. Ultramodern in style and substance, Fog


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is priced from £603.60 including vat and is part of the Contemporary Towel Warmer Collection by Aestus. For further information on Aestus Products & Services, please call or visit the website.

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