A pleasantly different shower experience
Generate sustained inspiration in your customers: the â€œairheadâ€ in Hansgrohe shower technology will increase showering pleasure and reduce the requirement for water. That is, unless your customers donâ€™t want to get out of the shower because they're enjoying themselves too much. Because air is plentiful, but precious water is not, the Hansgrohe innovators have invented something ground-breaking in their own spray laboratory: AirPower. That means: having fun and conserving resources at the same time.
AirPower â€“ more fun from less water
The principle is simple: an ample supply of air is sucked in via the spray disc of an AirPower shower. This infiltrates the incoming water. Enriched with air to the extent that the droplets become plumper, lighter and softer. So your customers will be using valuable water efficiently. Because every drop counts.
AirPower â€“ unique shower fun
Your customers will notice the effects immediately on their skin: the sparkling AirPower shower rain envelopes the whole body, creating a wonderful sense of well-being. Your customers can also indulge in a massage with the multi-jet models: the powerful stream has a noticeably relaxing effect. And as well as more shower fun, there will be less requirement for water.
QuickClean: fast anti-limescale function
Rub off limescale in an instant
Calciferous water, dirt, cleaning agents: mixers and showers need to withstand quite a bit. With the QuickClean technology, residues disappear in an instant. Since Hansgrohe has fitted its mixer aerators and shower jets with flexible silicon naps, dirt and limescale can be rubbed off easily. Another plus: products that are limescale-free and well-maintained remain in good working order and increase satisfaction amongst your customers.
QuickClean â€“ a neat solution for satisfied customers:
Quick cleaning due to elastic silicon naps
Light rubbing instead of vigorous cleaning and scrubbing
Regular water flow in the mixers
Better shower spray when showering
Long product life and functionality