Global sanitary-ware manufacturer Geberit has launched its new urinal system. The central elements of the new urinal system are the two rimless urinal ceramics Preda and Selva, both of which were developed by Geberit.
They have an inner geometry that matches the spray head – which has also been newly developed – and ensures an optimal flushing out of the urinal, even at the smallest flush volume of 0.5 liters.
Both ceramic appliances are available in three versions – with an integrated control, with the tried-and-tested concealed urinal control or for completely waterless operation. The integrated urinal flush control – another Geberit innovation – is located in an easily accessible point underneath the ceramic appliance, which significantly reduces maintenance work. The trap and spray head are also positioned with particularly easy maintenance in mind – unobstructed access is possible at all times without removing the ceramic appliance.
The new Preda and Selva urinal ceramics from Geberit were designed at the studios of Christoph Behling Design in London. They are rimless, which reduces cleaning work, improves hygiene and prevents the build-up of unpleasant odors. The inner geometry is designed for optimal flushing-out performance at minimal water volumes, but also works quietly and without splashes when larger flush volumes are used.