Featuring the same glass frontage as the original, Monolith Plus includes an integrated odour extraction unit in order to disperse fresh, clean air throughout the bathroom even when minimal natural ventilation is available.
The sanitary module can be specified in a choice of white or black glass and comes supplied with a ComfortLight to provide a pleasant glow which is automatically activated as the user approaches, making it ideal for when using the bathroom at night.
The Geberit Monolith Plus can be connected to existing water and drainage connections without needing to carry out major structural changes or retiling work.
Pipework, features and fittings are neatly concealed behind the glass to produce a streamline finish for a contemporary looking bathroom.
The original Geberit Monolith sanitary module for WCs could be fitted with a wall hung or floor standing appliance and included a cistern, dual flush mechanism and trap.
The module consisted of a panel made of safety glass and aluminium side parts, suitable for connection to existing water supply and waste water connections without structural modifications to the building.
The installation of the original module can be carried out by a single plumber with very little dust, dirt or noise and can be ready to use in just a few hours.
The Geberit Monolith sanitary module for WCs has received international recognition and achieved top marks on the Water Efficiency Label WELL label of EUnited Valves.
The recent addition of the Geberit Monolith Plus provides extra functions for users and is compatible alongside almost all commercially available WC ceramic appliances and Geberit AquaClean shower toilets.
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