Methven has added two new models to its range of cool-to-touch bar showers, extending its presence in the UK market.
The products have been designed with the British population in mind. Holding comprehensive compliance with the latest safety requirements, Methven’s new bar showers offer protection to ensure shower safety for society’s more vulnerable members.
Cool-to-touch technology ensures that the bar valves never exceed the temperature of the mixed water, resulting in a safer shower experience.
Adjustable thermostatic controls have been developed to allow users to maintain their preference water temperature setting; a default safety setting of 38°C prevents scalding.
The new Kiri Satinjet bar shower makes use of Methven’s Satinjet technology. By combining twin-jets of water, Satinjet showers are able to deliver over 300,000 droplets of water per second, which performing at a low flow rate.
The Kiri Satinjet model benefits from an in-built diverter, which enables users to switch between the Satinjet handset and a fixed headset.
Methvan’s Deva range has been extended to include the Dynamic bar shower with diverter. In addition to thermostatic control and cool-to-touch technology, this model includes a Krome 200mm headset and a multi-mode handset, each with a chrome finish.
These new launches follow the recent introduction of Methven’s first TMV3 accredited shower: the Sol Thermostatic Mixer.
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