Geberit brings greater bathroom design freedom with new Sigma H98

  • 26 Jun 2019

Geberit has announced the launch of the new Sigma H98 reduced height frame for wall-hung toilet installations, giving architects and designers greater design flexibility.

The Sigma range is the most extensive range of flush plates available on the market and the addition of this new 98cm height furniture cistern offers a Sigma solution for virtually all applications – including where there are height restrictions, such as placing a toilet below a window.

In addition to its reduced height frame, Sigma H98 offers a choice of 6/3 litre or a lower 4/2.6 litre flushing volume and is suitable for infra-red installation. The flush pipe is also connected to the cistern with compression fitting, which reduces the likelihood of installer error to significantly reduce the risk water leaking from this connection.

Sophie Weston, channel marketing manager at Geberit, comments: “Now, with the addition of this new furniture cistern, designers have greater flexibility to take advantage of that vast choice even when they are governed by wall space above the toilet.

“Increasingly, good bathroom design is about creating spaces in which we can seek retreat from busy lives and restore the natural balance of our senses. Wall-hung toilets support architects in achieving this by creating the illusion of space, whilst Sigma flush plates offer the clean lines and kinaesthetic (touch) appeal that users demand.”

Geberit House
Academy Drive
Warwick
Warwickshire
CV34 6QZ
UK

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