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CleanLine shower channels unveiled by Geberit

  • 8 May 2015

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Positioned either directly along the wall or in the floor of the shower area, Geberit CleanLine creates a surface-even finish.

Geberit CleanLine shower channel is designed as a drainage solution for high-end wetroom or open-plan bathroom environments.

The shower channel is available in three designs, and two lengths of 0.9 or 1.3 metres, which can be cut down during installation to the required size.

Once installed, the shower channel acts as an open profile for water to collect and flow to the drain.

Designed for easy maintanence, the CleanLine shower channel is an ideal solution for commercial installations such as hotels – where quick and ease of cleaning is important.

 

 

 

Geberit House
Academy Drive
Warwick
Warwickshire
CV34 6QZ
UK

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