Grohe upgrades classic shower range
Dubai, June 19, 2012
Germany-based Grohe, a global leader in sanitary fittings, has launched a new range of its Tempesta line of showers featuring innovative technology, varied designs and versatile spray patterns.
The latest additions to the range include a mono spray pattern model without aeration and a new shower system priced to offer unmatched value for money.
The Grohe New Tempesta showers come in an impressive variety of shapes and styles, allowing customers to take their pick from Grohe New Tempesta, Grohe New Tempesta Cosmopolitan and Grohe New Tempesta Rustic.
Customers can find contemporary-organic, modern-geometric or classically ornate designs to suit any ambiance and any style of faucets, a statement said.
It also comes with up to four different spray patterns. The Rain, Grohe Rain O2, Massage and Jet spray patterns offer sensations of either soft rain shower, an effervescent tingle and a pulsating massage to a firm and stimulating jet.
All showers incorporate Grohe DreamSpray technology which channels water evenly to all nozzles, resulting in highly precise spray patterns. The large 100 mm diameter of the shower head allows the spray patterns to unfold to full effect.
The soft Rain pattern is not aerated in order to meet the enhanced hygiene requirement in the healthcare sector. The ergonomically shaped handle gives users a comfortable and safe grip on the handshower. Should the shower nevertheless be dropped, a silicon ring wrapping around the shower head protects both the shower tray and the chrome surface of the shower against damage.
The second new product is the Grohe New Tempesta Cosmopolitan shower system. The 390 mm long shower arm can be swivelled for a personalised shower experience. The head shower with its diameter of 160 mm produces a rich and full-bodied Rain spray.
The system incorporates a Grohtherm 1000 Cosmopolitan Thermostat. Sporting a sleek minimalist design and using Grohe TurboStat, it eliminates the risk of hot and cold shocks resulting from fluctuating pressure in the water pipes.
All Grohe New Tempesta showers represent the state of the art in shower engineering. To prevent the user from scalding, Grohe CoolTouch technology creates a barrier between the hot water and the outer chrome surface.
Grohe StarLight ensures that the showers and fittings retain their sheen for a long time and are protected against scratching and soiling, while SpeedClean technology means that the lime build-up on the shower nozzles can simply be wiped off with your fingers.
The Grohe New Tempesta models are optionally available with the innovative Grohe EcoJoy technology which enables responsible resource management – users can save water on a daily basis without compromising on comfort under the shower.
The variety of variants of the Grohe New Tempesta ranges from head showers and handshowers to 600 or 900 mm long shower rail sets as well as wall holder sets for bathtubs to complete shower systems.
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