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Solid S Bath Shower Mixer

The Wall-mounted VitrA Solid S bath shower mixer is a well-designed option for your bathroom, with style and precision detail, this bath shower mixer offers an attractive and hands-on solution to your showering needs.

Hot and cold water is mixed with ease as the operation of the smooth rolling action of the lever handles enables a perfect temperature to be reached. This bath shower mixer is perfect for combining with other products from VitrA’s range of brassware for a beautiful addition to your interior. Finished in gleaming chrome and easy to clean, simply wipe with a soft cloth and warm soapy water, please avoid the use of chemical cleaners.

An aerator built into the nozzle ensures economical use of water is achieved via an aerator built into the nozzle whilst all the while maintaining the flow and can be used with a high or low water pressure system.

Specification

  • Chrome finish
  • Cache aerator
  • 35mm Cartridge flow rate and temperature limiter
  • 0.5-10 Bar (Recommended pressure 3-5 Bar)
  • Dimensions
    • Tap centres 150mm
    • Spout length – 154mm
    • Height – 113mm
  • 10-year guarantee
  • Matching VitrA brassware
  • Waste not included
  • Hose and Showerhead not included

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