Artego D for a niche is a luxury screen equipped with an advanced sliding system that is made using a sliding bar and wheels of larger diameter, which contributes to the ease of cleaning and maintenance, but also the aesthetic impression of the entire bathroom. Minimal use of profiles and 8 mm tempered glass are some of the outstanding features of this screen, which is intended for installation on shallow shower trays or ceramic tiles. The handle of this screen is made in such a way that it can be pulled under the fixed glass, which ensures a larger entrance to the shower area. Sealing at the junction of the shower tray / tile and fixed wall is provided by an aluminum U profile. A two-way soft-close system is available as an option for all Artego screen variants. The system can be subsequently mounted on an existing screen and is available in silver and matt black color.
- INSTALLATION TOLERANCE
- 120 cm
- 118,5 - 120 cm
- 130 cm
- 128,5 - 130 cm
- 140 cm
- 138,5 - 140 cm
- 150 cm
- 148,5 - 150 cm
- 160 cm
- 158,5 - 160 cm
left / right
Tempered glass 8 mm
Intended for installation on:
- Shower tray
- Ceramic tiles
- 100% sealing is not guranteed.
Artego soft-close system
Artego luxury shower screens can optionally be equipped with an advanced double-sided soft-close system that allows the door to open and close evenly. The system is delivered as a separate product and can be mounted on an already installed Artego screen. The system is available in silver and matt black.
Free anti-scale coating
This screen is treated free of charge with anti-lime coating, which makes cleaning and maintenance easier. The protective nano coating for glass and ceramics prevents the build-up of limescale and dirt. The coating creates smooth hydrophobic surfaces that have less contact with dirt particles and thus allows the limescale and dirt to be easily removed.
The protective nanocoating for glass and ceramics protects from scale and grime build-up. The coating creates smooth hydrophobic surfaces that have less contact with grime particles, making it possible to easily remove scale and grime without using abrasive agents (“easy-clean effect”).
The set can be purchased individually from our retailers.
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