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Products of the Week
Kohler introduces four upgraded water-saving showerheads — Bellis (pictured), Counterpoint, Tuxedo and Inigo — which all use Kallista’s Katalyst air-induced technology to get the most out of every drop of water, infusing air into the water stream in order to provide a fuller, more powerful spray.
Noritz America has expanded its line of residential tankless water heaters with three new models that feature a compact design, a heat exchanger that is three times as durable, all-new scale-detection software for more proactive leak prevention and a built-in digital display to aid servicing.
Niagara’s Stealth HET line now has a dual-flush model with an easy-to-understand green button for a lower volume flush.
The Gen-Eye Hot Spot Transmitter from General Pipe Cleaners can make pipe and utility locating easier than ever.
It succeeds Eternal Hybrid Water Heaters’ GU100 model and adds 20% more Btu.
Xylem’s SELLA floating vanity is inspired by a European-contemporary design that mounts to the wall.
A range of heavy-duty faucets have been added to the Monterrey commercial faucet collection from American Standard.
The Antioch Pull-Out faucet from Danze features a 7” high spout and 9 3/4” spout length.
Elkay’s Harmony sink offers the Slim Rim and Perfect Drain with added sizes and increased capacity.
The Kohler Kathryn one-piece 1930s-style toilet offers a classic design with modern technology