At ISH this year, Saniflo, which is part of the SFA group, will be showcasing its complete commercial range.
Its recently launched Sanicubic XL will be displayed as part of this.
Suitable for use in commercial projects, the Sanicubic XL can hold 40 cubic metres of grey water waste per hour.
It features Vortex technology, which breaks the waste down as it passes through the pump. This removes the need for cutter blades, reducing the risk of clogging.
Two hatches have been built in the top of the unit to allow for servicing and maintenance.
Saniflo will also be showcasing its Kinemagic series of shower cubicles at ISH.
The company has added three new models, Serenity, Design and Style, to the range which will all be on display.
The range has been designed for quick installation. The process requires no silicone and grout and the internal opaque panels remove the need for tiling.
These features mean that a new cubicle can be installed and ready to use in a few hours.
ISH is scheduled to take place from 10th March until 14th March in Frankfurt, Germany. Saniflo can be found at the SFA stand, which will be located in Hall 3.0.
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