There are many situations and circumstances in which it would be helpful if, when showering or bathing, the flow of water could be started and stopped by pressing a button. For example, if your face and eyes are full of foam, when small children want to shower alone, when people feel less confident about operating because of their age or disability, or simply if a bit more comfort in the bathroom is desired. With Kludi Push fittings exactly this is possible. The mechanical push buttons work in principle like a ballpoint pen; they are slightly raised and snap when operated, but do not retract. This means that they can be operated quickly and easy even without looking. The customer can decide during installation how the buttons are allocated. Appropriate symbols on the buttons show the respective function. Up to two outlets can be connected to Kludi Push, which can be switched on and used either separately or together.
When the user wants instant, pleasantly warm water, the water temperature is pre-selected on the narrow, cylindrical thermostat handle. For additional protection from scalding, there is a hot water lock at 38°C. The lock button is designed as a rocker switch that can be operated with one hand if higher temperatures are required.
Two design options are offered: the rosettes and buttons are either round or rectangular in a soft-edge design and finished in chrome, as is the thermostat handle. A small but significant detail: the thermostat handle has a non-rising stem, which means that during operation it does not rotate any further from the wall – a easy-to-clean solution. Another advantage: the mechanical product does not use electricity.
A well-matched partner for Kludi Push is the eco-hose. The smooth and shiny silver-coloured hose is available in lengths of 125 and 160 cm and has a unique feature: with its eco-function, the amount of water supplying the hand shower can be progressively controlled between two and 20 litres. This allows all users to adjust the strength of the water jet to meet their individual preferences.