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Wall-hung made simple with Duplo from Roca
Enabling the practical and aesthetic advantages of opting for wall-hung sanitaryware to be realised in any bathroom setting, the new Duplo installation systems from Roca offer a versatile, easy to fit solution for all situations.
Available in three versions, the Duplo WC frame is suitable for most bathroom spaces, while the Duplo WC L provides a solution for height restricted areas as it can be fitted under a window. For bathrooms with limited room, the Duplo WC Compact maximises on space, with a slim-line tank thickness of 80mm.
The stainless steel Duplo frame is simple to install, with easy to follow instructions and it offers a sturdy, durable hanging system that can hold up to 400kg in weight. The frame's adjustable feet also enable the sanitaryware to be installed at a range of heights, to maximise comfort for the user. Maintenance is also made simple, with ease of access to the cistern via the push plate to minimise labour time and disruption.
Each installation system is supplied with a dual flush concealed cistern, which is insulated to reduce condensation and to keep noise levels to a minimum. Suitable for low pressure areas, the cisterns have WRAS approval pending, with flush volumes of 6/3litres and 4.5/3litres helping to reduce water wastage in domestic and commercial situations.
Compatible with Roca's complete range of wall-hung WC pans, the Duplo installation systems can be combined with a variety of different push plates in a range of styles for the perfect finishing touch.
Roca has 21,100 employees and 77 production plants and is present in more than 135 countries around the world. The wholly Spanish-owned group is a market leader in Europe, Latin America, India and Russia. It also has a major market player in China and the rest of Asia, Africa and the Middle East.
19th June 2015