Grohe offers Spa collection in new finish
Dubai, May 8, 2013
German-based Grohe, a leading manufacturer of bath faucets and kitchen mixers, has launched a new range of faucets and showers featuring SuperBlack, a brand new version of the Grohe StarLight finish.
The launch of Allure Brilliant in SuperBlack means that glossy black elegance has arrived in the Grohe Spa collection.
The complete product range available in glossy SuperBlack is distinguished by its precise shapes and its clarity of design, which bring a distinct air of sophistication to the modern bathroom, a statement said.
Grohe has used the chemical vapour deposition (CVD) process that expands the possibilities of PVD (physical vapour deposition) used in creating metallic Grohe StarLight surfaces in gold and stainless steel.
Allure Brilliant in SuperBlack is not only a high-gloss beauty but also offers long-lasting durability due to the CVD finish. The diamond-like surface is five times as hard as galvanised chrome surfaces and a hundred times more scratch resistant.
As a result, this Grohe StarLight technology gives all surfaces a long-lasting resistance to soiling and scratching, while Grohe EcoJoy technology allows water and energy saving on a daily basis without having to compromise on the water experience.
In addition, Grohe SilkMove technology maximises user comfort by ensuring the silky smooth operation of the lever for accurate control of both the water volume and the water temperature.
Allure Brilliant in SuperBlack forms part of Grohe Spa, a range of unique premium collections created to transform bathrooms into personalised wellness oases.
The range includes a large choice of different basin mixers, from one-handle faucets with different spout heights to three-hole wall-mounted mixers as well as various concealed mixers for tubs and showers.
The range of tub fillers and combinations varies from floor-standing bath spouts with hand sprays to four-hole deck-mounted combinations. Added to this is a wide assortment of coordinated accessories including soap dispensers, towel rails and robe hooks. – TradeArabia News Service
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