DELABIE, a distinguished history
In 1928, Georges DELABIE, a sanitary ware wholesale merchant in Paris, acquired a foundry located in Friville in the Somme, France. There he produced mainly taps and floor traps for bathrooms and kitchens.
Subsequent generations secured the family-owned company’s growth, with the ongoing remit to preserve the brand’s identity and continue its pursuit of excellenc... see moree.
Initially specialising in domestic sanitary fittings, DELABIE quickly repositioned itself in the sector that now constitutes its core target market - buildings in the public domain.
With the passage of time, investment in Research and Development has established the brand as a benchmark for quality. In less than 100 years, DELABIE has become a leading player in the non-domestic, sanitary fittings market. European market leader for tap ware and sanitary accessories for the commercial sector, the DELABIE group continues to grow by opening international subsidiaries and through overseas acquisitions, considerably expanding its offering.
The story has only just begun... ... see less
Self-supporting frame system W. 350mm for wall-hung WCs:
Black powder-coated steel frame.
Fixes to load-bearing floors.
Frame height can be adjusted from 0 - 200mm (with 1m mark).
Ø 32mm flush tube with Ø 55mm connection washer.
Ø 100mm soil pipe and PVC collar with waterproof seal, with 2 settings positions.
For dry walls 10 - 35mm.
Fitted with TEMPOFLUX 2 direct flush time flow valve:
Ø 195mm chrome-plated wall plate with concealed fixings.
3L/6L dual flush can be adjusted to 2L/4L.
Stopcock and flow rate/volume adjuster.
Solid brass body and shock-resistant, scale-resistant mechanism.
In-line inlet M3/4".
Acoustic level complies with European standard EN 12541 class II.
Technical characteristics: see TEMPOFLUX 2 ref. 762902.
|Classification IFC||Sanitary Terminal|
|Nom UNSPSC||Sanitary ware|
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