Aqualux Aqua 3 Half Frame Radius Bath Screen - White Hinge
Item number KGRQ3
Aqualux Aqua 3 Half Frame Radius Bath Screen - White HingeSturdy and cost-effective, the AQUA 3 Radius bath screen with white hinge by AQUALUX is minimalistic and simple in design. This bath screen is 1375mm high x 750mm wide with 3mm toughened glass and. The Radius bath screen opens outwards, creating maximum space for getting in and out of the bath. This stylish solution is a hygienic alternative to a mouldy shower curtain, with effortless opening and reliability, it can be fitted either end of the bath and reduces overhead spray. 10 Year Guarantee The 10 year guarantee, provides peace of mind that you can enjoy years of worry free showering. About AQUALUX AQUALUX are part of the UK division of the Fetim Group, a Netherlands based international supplier of many homeware product categories, including Sanitary, Flooring, Window Decoration and Shelving. Fetim Group UK have their Sales & Distribution Centre in Solihull in the West Midlands. AQUALUX Market Leading Products AQUALUX are the UK’s leading supplier of shower enclosures and bath screens, holding a majority share of 10% of the UK market, so with the addition of a 10 Year guarantee, you can be assured of great product quality. AQUALUX Product Testing AQUALUX has invested heavily in research and development putting products through rigorous internal and industry standard testing, to ensure you get the best product standard available. AQUA 3 shower enclosures and bath screens conform to CE marking. This European standard requires that all products pass rigorous tests for water retention, durability, stability and cleanability. It also sets the specifications for the quality of the materials and finishes used within the products. AQUALUX and the Environment AQUALUX is committed to reducing its carbon footprint, through continual improvement of environmental performances and pollution prevention activities, by utilising raw materials and energy in a manner that minimises waste. As well as maximising the re-use, rework and recycling of all generated waste.