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Rainforest inspires latest Francis Pegler tap design

* Pegler-rainforest-MAIN.jpgPegler Yorkshire, the renowned UK manufacturer of fittings, valves and brassware, has launched a new range of stylish taps. The 'Waterfall' epitomises style and elegance and offers consumers another high-end range of brassware.

The design-led Waterfall tap range offers an undeniable elegance and panache to any bathroom. Its wider than average spout allows a lavish flow of water to cascade into the bath or basin, offering a sense of splendour. Inspired by deluges often experienced in the rainforest, this tap provides a controlled and comfortable flow of water for any bathroom.

* Pegler-Rainforest2.jpg"It is essential we continually develop taps in line with current and future trends," explains Mike Johnson, Pegler Yorkshire's market manager for washrooms. "The Waterfall style is very en vogue at present and we're excited to be now offering this design, coupled with our renowned high performance technology, to the marketplace."

The tall pillar design angles the spout to a comfortable degree ensuring a greater user experience. The sleek handle is easy to operate thanks to the ceramic disc cartridge technology within and the spout provides the perfect outlet for a consistent undulated flow of water.

The five-piece range comprises a basin mixer, mini basin mixer, 3-hole bath filler, H pattern bath filler and H pattern bath and shower mixer. They each benefit from being suitable for both high and low water pressure systems, min 0.1 bar (0.4 bar for 3-hole bath filler), ceramic disc technology and flow restrictors.

"Style, comfort and functionality are all essential elements for consumers and we believe the Waterfall range has these in abundance," adds Mike. "And with the inclusion of flow restrictors they can offer a more eco-friendly option too."


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