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New sanitary collection for contemporary bathroom designs

  • 14 Dec 2016

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Multikwik has launched a new sanitary collection of sanitary frames, concealed cisterns, flush valves and flush plates, to create stylish and contemporary bathroom designs.

The sanitary frames are available in different heights to suit installation in both residential and commercial applications, and support loads in excess of 400kg (63st). The frames are designed with a lifespan of at least 25 years.

The sanitary collection also comprises four concealed cisterns equipped with a top and side access facility and a choice of 6/3 or 4/2 litre flush concealed configuration to provide water savings of up to 33 percent.

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