About This Product

HRONN- HSB 1005

  • The HRONN SHOWER BAR is easy to install and maintain
  • There is no need to open or damage the existing wall finishing.
  • It has a ceramic cartridge for smooth and easy operation and long-lasting life.
  • The unit can only be installed on the right side of the main existing tub-shower valve
  • By bending the bar at the top the hose will never be in front of the existing shower control
  • The bar been straight it is no need to add the unpleasant 45-degree elbow at the bottom,
  • The diverter valve been closer to the floor it will be accessible to every one particular to children,
  • After the installation is completed and by having blended hot/cold water flowing from the stimulating showerhead                                                                    or relaxing shower wand, you’ll experience a luxuriously relaxing and soothing filling.
  • When the installation has completed it will have a superior elegant and professional appearance
  • The adjustable sliding shower bracket travels in excess of 23″.  and then the hose it has 2 check valves it complies to
  • ASMEA 112.18.16/CSAB125.1.2.16standard.
  • The HRONN shower bar is distributed by OMNI BRASS Ltd. CANADA
  • Patent Pending USA, CA.

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