Geberit‘s new AquaClean Tuma shower toilet, an enhancement toilet seat for retro-fitting, will be available from April.
Christoph Behling designed the Geberit AquaClean Tuma to fit into any bathroom with streamlined and compact shape and a projection of just 552mm, the new shower toilet can add extra comfort to any sized bathroom.
Various colours and materials are available for the design cover of the new shower toilet which can be tailored to suit any bathroom, helping to perfectly coordinate with Geberit’s extensive range of flush plates.
The WhirlSpray shower technology is hidden beneath the surface of the design with a wealth of innovative technology, gently and thoroughly cleaning the user with warm water.
An odour extraction unit and a Rimfree toilet pan for optimised hygiene also feature on the AquaClean Tuma complete solution. In addition, the ergonomically designed toilet seat has a heating element, a warm air dryer and a user-friendly remote control. Summer 2017 will also see the release of an app which will enable users to control the device via a smart phone.
The AquaClean Tuma can also be chosen as a toilet enhancement solution, which can be retrofitted to a variety of ceramic pans. No major structural alterations are required, making the toilet enhancement solution simple and straightforward to fit by an experienced installer.
The innovative packaging concept, with a built in mounting aid, makes the Geberit AquaClean Tuma easy to install. All technical components are integrated into the functional unit in the seat and are readily accessible to plumbers and service technicians.
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