The new BetteFlat shower area from Bette is made of glazed titanium steel, and is especially designed for bathrooms that need to provide barrier-free access, conforming to the standard DIN 18040-2.
In order for the shower area to be considered as accessible according to the DIN 18040-2 standard, it must be at least 120 x 120cm in size and be of the same floor level. In addition, stability and slip resistance to evaluation group B and a high-contrast design are required. Bette says that all requirements of the barrier-free standard are met by the new BetteFlat shower area in full, tested and confirmed by DIN CERTCO.
The shower area can be installed flush to floor, and 50% of its surface can be used to provide space for access to other bathroom items such as the basin, so it can be particularly useful in bathrooms with small floor plans. In addition, it is said to protect the user with slip resistance to rating group B. The company says that it is also easy to maintain, robust and comes equipped with a sound insulation set, and can be used in both commercial and private residential projects.
The BetteFlat is available in White, in exclusive matt colours, and in Pergamon, Manhattan, Bahamas, Edelweiss, Jasmine and Matt Black.