Titan II is a universal double-paneled screen intended for bathtubs. Special version of this screen is also available for Tirena bathtub. Due to its universality, when ordered with transparent glass, it is not necessary to know in advance onto which wall it will be mounted. However, if relief glass is desired, orientation must be taken into consideration. Screen can be fully turned in both directions.
- 116 cm
Tempered glass 6 mm
Intended for installation on:
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 41.5 cm wide towel holder is made of stainless steel and is a great addition to Aquaestil screens. The towel holder can be mounted on the fixed wall of any Aquaestil screen. The towel holder is ordered together with the screen along with the required sketch showing the desired position of the holder. It is not possible to fit the towel holder on a previously delivered and/or assembled screen.
Most shower screens are pre-treated with a special anti-scale layer. This technology consists of the application of nano particles onto the glass surface in order to repel other particles that tend to stick; such as oil, dirt, insects and lime scale. It also protects against irreparable glass corrosion. After treatment, glass is much more resistant to friction and it is preserved for a longer period of time.
Profiles of the shower screens are made of aluminum, anodized in silver color or coated in white color. Anodizing is a specific process to protect aluminum. It ensures its shiny silver color and protects it against corrosion, which is extremely important in moisturous spaces such as bathrooms.
Due to the quality materials and processes implemented in the shower screen production, maintenance is reduced to use of a regular conventional nonabrasive chemical for cleaning the metal parts.
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