Geberit's new or next-generation products must first meet an extensive list of requirements before they are released on the market. At the top of the list are quality and functionality. Design is becoming ever more important. Every Geberit product is backed by the knowledge and experience of numerous teams and accredited specialists from various disciplines.
Geberit AquaClean Sela
Geberit supplements its successful range of shower toilets with the addition of a new complete solution: the Geberit AquaClean Sela: In collaboration with the industrial designer and architect Matteo Thun from Milan, Italy, Geberit has succeeded in developing a compact shower toilet with simple, modern lines that fits into virtually every style of bathroom. The spray function, which uses aerated water for cleaning, is the main feature of the Geberit AquaClean Sela. It reduces energy consumption while also ensuring pleasant cleansing. Just 0.5 liters of warm water are needed for the entire showering procedure with the spray at the maximum setting.
Geberit Sigma10 actuator plate
The new Sigma 10 actuator plates from Geberit offer almost limitless possibilities, from top-and-go flush and dual-flush to manual or touchless controls and mains or battery operation. The basic version has the stop-and-go flush function whereas the top model designed for public facilities has a dual-flush with either manual or touchless actuation. The Geberit Sigma10 family is rounded off by a new exclusively touchless actuator plate that is designed especially for the private sphere.
Geberit Sigma50 actuator plate
The Sigma50 actuator plate now features harmonious proportions and frameless surfaces made of high quality materials, more strongly contoured plates and perfect craftsmanship down to the tiniest detail. These are the results of a facelift of the classic Geberit Sigma50 by industrial designer Christoph Behling. Although the external proportions and the size of the plates remain unchanged, the plate appears visually lighter without a frame and seems to float in front of the wall. This sense of floating is underscored by the minimal thickness of the plate of only 13.5 mm.
Intelligent Sanitary Equipment for the Growing Chinese Market
Geberit designed a Monolith module for toilets for the Chinese market and successfully launched this innovation. Now, the company has expanded the range of available front covers made of glass. Geberit teamed up with a Shanghai-based design studio to define additional color schemes and develop patterns intended to appeal to the tastes of the up-and-coming middle class in China. The sanitary modules and the ceramic toilets to go with them are manufactured in China.
Pluvia Noiseless Roof Outlet from Geberit
The tried-and-tested Pluvia roof drainage system can drain large amounts of water quickly and reliably. It requires fewer outlets and smaller-diameter pipes to do so than a conventional roof drainage system. However, loud gurgling noises can occur in the Pluvia roof drainage system depending on how hard it is raining. A new noise reduction insert now remedies this situation. This innovation tackles the problem right where increased noise levels occur, reducing them by a considerable extent.
New Versions of the Geberit Welding Machines for Polyethylene Pipes
When installing pipes and sanitary systems, plumbers around the world rely on special tools from Geberit that have proven themselves in actual practice for decades. This is reason enough for the company to keep these tools state-of-the-art. For instance, Geberit has now revised its reliable Universal and Media welding machines for its polyethylene discharge pipes without impairing the proverbial robustness of these machines. Special attention was paid to reducing weight and to making the conversion of the machines from one pipe dimension to another as simple as possible.