Glass Panels: The shower enclosure is constructed using glass panels that form the three sides of the enclosure. The thickness of the glass may vary, typically between 6mm and 8mm, as indicated by the product name. Thicker glass panels provide increased durability and stability.
Hinges: The hinges are essential components that allow the glass panels to pivot or swing open and closed. In the case of the EX-427-2 model, it features glass-to-glass hinges that connect the glass panels together securely.
Frame or Frameless Design: Depending on the specific design, the shower enclosure may have a framed or frameless structure. A framed enclosure typically features a metal frame around the edges of the glass panels, providing additional support and stability. On the other hand, a frameless design utilizes minimal or no visible framing, offering a sleek and modern look.
Black Finish: The "att black" designation in the product name suggests that the shower enclosure has a black finish. This may refer to a black powder-coated frame or hardware components, such as hinges, handles, or support bars. The black finish adds a stylish and contemporary touch to the overall appearance.
Support Bars or Brackets: To enhance stability and structural integrity, the shower enclosure may incorporate support bars or brackets. These components help distribute the weight and provide additional reinforcement for the glass panels.
Seals and Gaskets: The shower enclosure is equipped with seals and gaskets along the edges of the glass panels to prevent water leakage. These seals ensure that water stays contained within the showering area, keeping the bathroom floor dry.
Handles: The shower enclosure may include handles or knobs for convenient opening and closing of the glass panels. These handles are usually made of durable and corrosion-resistant materials, such as metal or plastic, and are designed to withstand regular use.