Roman Create an Over Bath Style Statement

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    Roman, the leading UK shower manufacturer, have further expanded their range of bath screens with an Outward Opening Folding Bath Screen, which joins their popular Orbital range of enclosures and bath screens.The Orbital Outward Opening Bath Screen has been designed to cleverly overcome common space restrictions in hotel bathrooms. It features a fixed panel, at the tap end, which prevents water from leaking out from this commonly weak area. The hinged panel can then be opened outwards for easy access, but it stops at 90° to avoid contact with basins and other bathroom furniture.

    The bath screen features 8mm thick glass with minimal framing, for a stylish finish. It is also power shower approved; ensuring the area around the bath will remain splash free for easy cleaning.

    The Orbital Bath Screen is supplied with an optional bracing bar, for a totally sturdy finish. It also comes with a bath top aluminium seal and horizontal PVC seals for additional water integrity.

    Like all Roman Bath Screens, the Orbital Outward Opening Folding Bath Screen incorporates Roman Ultra Care Pre-coated Glass Protection, to ensure it keeps a lasting sparkle and for easy cleaning. It is also service backed by Roman’s Truelife, Lifetime Guarantee for total peace of mind.

    David Osborne, Managing Director at Roman, comments: “Showering over-the-bath is still very much a popular showering solution for many hotels which can often be limited by space, therefore Roman offers a diverse range of bath screens to suit a variety of taste, space, situation and budget requirements. Showering is an essential part of the morning routine and is key part of the hotel bathroom, therefore the addition of the shower over the bath can help overcome space restrictions.

    “With the addition of this Outward Folding Bath Screen, Roman now has a bath screen to suit every situation. With our collection of bath screens you can install a stylish, powerful and modern showering facility, which just happens to be over the bath.”

    Daniel Fountain / 15.07.2012

    Editor, Hotel Designs


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