Geberit will be exhibiting at Ecobuild 2013, held at London’s Excel, to present and showcase its new developments and innovations ideal for modern, sustainable building designs within private and public applications.
Taking pride of place on Stand S349 will be Geberit’s new addition to its Sigma10 range of flushplates. The new design incorporates the very latest dual flush technology, controlled via infra-red, and has been styled for the next generation.
Geberit’s Sigma50 flush plate has been modernised and refreshed by its designer, Christoph Behling. With his new design, Behling has incorporated gently curved buttons and removed the outer frame to create a seamless and timeless look as well as introducing a new colour, Umbra. Similarly, the manufacturer’s popular Sigma10 flush plates have also been given a re-design, and are available in a stainless steel finish for both the touchless and the mechanical versions.
The leading sanitary systems and piping solutions manufacturer will also be introducing enhancements to several of its key product lines in 2013 and many of these will be shown at Ecobuild. Boasting water-saving credentials for both commercial and domestic situations the new Geberit’s Sigma50 and Sigma10 flush plates are being launched to ensure they meet modern requirements on both an aesthetic and practical level.
Continuing with the sustainable solution theme, Geberit will also be displaying its Self Sustaining Power Supply, designed as an independent power source for use with the manufacturer’s infra-red taps. Designed for use in washrooms with a large volume of users per day, Geberit‘s Self Sustaining Power Supply helps commercial premises effortlessly fulfill their green credentials.
To find out more about Geberit’s innovative sanitary systems and plumbing solutions visit Stand S349 at Ecobuild, Excel London, from Tuesday 5 to Thursday 7 March.