Brand new product for ISH 2017: Roth Limaya glass shower - swing and sliding doors for versatile solutions

14/03/2017

Roth Werke from Buchenau exhibited its new Roth Limaya range of glass showers at ISH 2017 in Frankfurt. The range includes a variety of shower enclosures with swing or sliding doors for niche, corner and quarter-circle solutions.

The 1950-millimetre-high glass enclosure is equipped with a high-quality aluminium designer handle and gleaming silver aluminium profiles. The wall profile has a 25-millimetre adjustment range, which ensures optimal adjustments can be made to compensate for unevenness in walls. The stop offers flexibility and can be installed on the left or on the right-hand side of the wall. The rise and fall mechanism on the swing doors means the doors are easy to operate. The Roth Limaya glass shower is simple and quick to fit because a great deal of it is pre-assembled at the factory. The shower enclosures have five-millimetre thick single-pane safety glass with an optional water-repellent ETC (easy to clean) coating.

Depending on the space and the customer’s wishes, Limaya swing or sliding door options offer individual solutions for every bathroom - accessible shower enclosures with sliding doors are also possible. Roth Limaya glass showers with standard door options can be ordered from stock.
Michael Pohl, Sales Manager for Sanitary Systems at Roth, emphasises that, “Roth Limaya glass showers are the perfect addition to our product range. The Limaya is the ideal entry-level shower option for customers who like great value for money but still want top-class brand quality.”

Roth and Roltechnik – two strong brands under one roof
Roth will be at the Frankfurt international ISH trade fair in March 2017 with its Czech subsidiary Roltechnik and will be showcasing its sanitary systems, where the range has been extended. Roth will be exhibiting its complete shower sets from the Classic and Basic lines, in addition to the Roth Alina, Cariba, Gala P, Laguna, Laguna Maxi Wave and Limaya ranges of glass showers. Roth acquired Roltechnik, a manufacturer of shower enclosures, steam showers, shower trays and bathtubs, in 2016 and has significantly expanded its presence in the sanitary sector through this company. As Dr Anne-Kathrin Roth, Chief Marketing Officer of Roth Sanitary Systems, explains: “We now have a greater production capacity and are in a position to expand our range of products. The purchase has thus reinforced the importance of the sanitary sector in our strategic direction. We are turning ourselves into a supplier that offers the full range in all the relevant product segments.”