Product watch: Bette to unveil ‘what’s next’ at HIX Eventhttps://hoteldesigns.net/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/Anti-slip-Sense-from-Bette.jpg 730 565 Hamish Kilburn Hamish Kilburn https://secure.gravatar.com/avatar/2edcad40930314dca244a6a9d0589916?s=96&d=mm&r=g
Spoiler alert… German bathroom manufacturer Bette, which creates design-led baths, shower trays and washbasins with the future in mind, will be showcasing its latest innovations on stands U39 and U40 at HIX Event…
On its main stand at HIX Event, U39, bathroom brand Bette will be showing its ground-breaking development, the BetteAir, which is the world’s first glazed titanium-steel shower tile. With the BetteAir, Bette completes the evolution of the shower tray into part of the bathroom floor. BetteAir integrates so perfectly that it is hardly noticeable and, at only 10mm high, the BetteAir can be glued directly to the screed like a conventional tile. Durable and easy to clean, the BetteAir has all the advantages of a tile without any of the disadvantages. It is available in eight sizes from 900 x 900 to 1400 x 1000 mm and in a choice of 31 colours.
Also on the main stand will be the ellipse shaped freestanding bath, the BetteEve Oval Silhouette and a range of Bette washbasins. All in glazed titanium-steel and with a 30-year warranty.
Bette also has a secondary display area at the show, U40, where it will be showing its revolutionary, almost invisible anti-slip surface, BetteAnti-Slip Sense. BetteAnti-Slip Sense can be used on both shower trays and baths in its gloss finish glazed titanium-steel. It is easy to clean, comes with a 30-year warranty and works when the shower tray or bath become wet.
Bette is a specialist in bathroom products that are made of a special metal in a unique manufacturing process: titanium steel sheets are shaped under high pressure and then finished with a thin coating that is related to glass – hence the name “glazed titanium steel”. This composite material is perfect for the bathroom (it is skin-friendly, hygienic, durable and robust), and Bette uses it to make its baths, shower areas, shower trays and washbasins.
> Since you’re here, why not read about how Bette managed to reduce price of built-in washbasins?
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