The new Asana wall-hung, concealed cistern shower/ wash dry toilet delivers a fixture for life, through a combination of contemporary design, intuitive operation and choice of operating devices.
Asana’s integrated douche and dry capability provides the ultimate in intimate hygiene as there is no need to wipe clean. The ‘smart’ technology appeals to the younger generation. The level of cleanliness achieved appeals to all. The elimination of the physical contortions, balance and dexterity required to wipe oneself means almost anyone, regardless of limitation, can use the WC.
The company has also added a configurator tool to its website- believed to be the first of its kind in the shower toilet sector. Using the technology, potential buyers can check out the choice of flush mechanisms, concealed cistern and surface-mounting options, to ‘mix and match’ to their own preference before they buy.
“Historically, there have been stylish fixtures, and ‘disabled’ products,” observes Robin Tuffley, Closomat marketing manager. “Asana eliminates that differentiation. One product suits all, delivering the stylish design we all aspire to, whilst enabling the user to ‘go’ even as their faculties deteriorate. With our ageing population, and increasingly multi-generational households, there is a growing demand and need for such fixtures and fittings, and a corresponding opportunity for all in the supply chain.”
Potential buyers also have the assurance of Closomat’s half century+ of expertise in enabling toilet solutions. It was the first company to introduce the concept of wash dry toilets into the UK almost 60 years ago. Its Palma Vita is the #1 selling floor mounted, adaptable shower toilet in the UK.
Closomat is also unique in its provision, in-house, in the UK, of design advice, supply, installation, commissioning and after-sales service & maintenance. Details of the Closomat’s shower toilet offerings, including ‘how it works’ videos etc, plus case studies from real-life users, can be found on Closomat’s website www.clos-o-mat.com.