Dec 30, 2015

Geberit North America will deliver a series of technical presentations during KBIS 2016. The presentations will review the functional elements of the Geberit Concealed Tank and Carrier System, demystifying in-wall technology for interior designers who would like to incorporate it in their bathroom designs. Lewis Wood, corporate trainer for Geberit, will explain in detail the installation and maintenance features of the system, as well as its many advantages over standard toilets.

“Our technical presentations will demonstrate the advantages of using an in-wall toilet system such as free floor space, a smaller footprint, an adjustable seat height and easy cleanability,” says John Fitzgerald, Director of Marketing for Geberit North America. “The in-wall tank with a wall-mounted toilet is becoming a favored product among designers. The Geberit system enhances function and style, embodying water efficient design that complies with ADA criteria.”

The Geberit KBIS 2016 booth will showcase the Concealed Tank and Carrier System’s expanding role in water efficiency and modern bathroom design. Attendees will learn about how the system is inspiring new creativity.

During the show participants will be introduced to:

  • Modern designs in classic settings
  • Renovation-friendly systems
  • Water and space conserving designs
  • Distinguished solutions for aging in place

Geberit will be presenting in booth N3138 during KBIS 2016. The event is being held on January 19-21, 2016 at the Las Vegas Convention Center in Las Vegas, NV.

Geberit North America is part of the Geberit Group, a European market leader and global provider of sanitary technology. Located in Des Plaines, Illinois, Geberit North America provides concealed tank and carrier systems for wall-hung and floor-mounted toilets and fixtures. Geberit systems improve the look of any bathroom by hiding the unsightly toilet tank. Replacing a standard tank and toilet with the Geberit system results in more usable space, improved hygiene and better accessibility. The unique dual-flush valve saves water and is practically maintenance-free. Monolith is Geberit’s newest product – a unique alternative to the traditional floor-mounted toilet and tank. Geberit also offers cable-controlled bath waste and overflows in a variety of designer finishes. Critical working parts are outside the waterway, ensuring years of trouble-free operation. As European market leader, the Geberit Group is a global provider in the area of plumbing technology with sales of CHF 2.6 billion and about 12,000 employees in over 40 countries worldwide.

For additional information, contact Geberit North America at 2100 South Clearwater Drive, Des Plaines, Illinois 60018, or call 800-566-2100. You can also visit Geberit North America at geberit.us.

Media Contact:
John Fitzgerald

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