Vitra

Minimax S Bath Filler

The VitrA Minimax series of brassware takes a fresh and modern approach to product design. By centering on a concept of simple geometric forms coming together to create a whole, the Minimax collection has a direct and accessible appearance. Cast in brass for strength and durability, the VitrA Minimax S Monobloc Bath Filler is given a high-quality chrome finish. Resistant to water and build-up of grime, this material is ideally suited to the simple design of the piece, resulting in a wipe-clean approach to maintenance.

Designed for use with the bathtub with a single-tap hole, it is applied directly to the decking area. Merging hot and cold feeds into a single outlet, the single lever handle lends the user full and intuitive control over the rate and temperature of the water flow, allowing you to mix the water of your bath to your liking every time. As part of the Minimax range, this tap harmonises with the other items in the collection with ease. With options for baths, basins and showers, the whole interior can be given a uniform and logical appearance.

Specifications

  • Dimensions:
  • Height - 155mm
  • Spout Length - 145mm
  • Spout Height - 45mm
  • Tough and elegant chrome finish
  • Suitable for low or high pressure systems
  • Dual action lever control

Colour: Chrome

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