Founded in 1963 and headquartered in Lenting, Germany, the KESSEL AG Company is the innovation leader in the development, manufacture and supply of drainage products. With a workforce of over 500 employees and sales partners in over 50 countries worldwide, KESSEL shower drains, grease / fuel separators, backwater valves, pumps and hybrid lifting stations are specified in domestic, commercial and industrial projects around the globe. Our products are ‘Made in Germany’ and ‘Made by KESSEL’.
Bathroom drains | Shower channels | Wall drains
Lifestyle, relaxation, water, individuality are all themes that are integrated into today's modern bathroom design.
Designer faucets, sinks, shower heads and tiles all play a role in planning a top notch bathroom. Finally, to complete this package, KESSEL has brought to the market a new line of a architecturally designed and German engineered shower drains and channels offering previously unavailable choices.
Minilift F is designed to be connected to a single toilet and two additional fixtures (e.g. sink, shower, urinal, bidet) in rooms below the backwater level or without sufficient gradient to the next sewage collecting pipe.
It is the ideal, low-cost solution for disposal of drainage fixtures in accordance with EN 12050-3 (for restricted use). The high-performance stainless steel SharkTwister macerator in the built-in pump reliably chops sewage and toilet paper.
Water is one of our most precious resources and is not available in unlimited quantities. It is not always possible to avoid soiling within the context of numerous areas of application such as kitchens or vehicle refuelling, for example. For this reason, polluted wastewater must be pretreated and cleaned with the aid of appropriate separator systems before it is discharged to the public sewer system.
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