Glass Panels: The shower enclosure features 6mm thick glass panels. The glass is typically transparent or clear, allowing for a sleek and modern look that complements various bathroom styles.
Diamond Pivot: The "diamond pivot" refers to the type of hinge mechanism used in the shower enclosure. It typically involves a pivot hinge system with a diamond-shaped design, providing stability and smooth operation for the shower door.
Plus Shower Enclosure: The term "plus" in this context usually indicates additional features or enhancements in the shower enclosure design. These may include improved functionality, enhanced aesthetics, or specific design elements that differentiate it from standard shower enclosures.
Frame Design: The shower enclosure may feature a framed or semi-framed design. Framed enclosures typically have a metal frame around the glass panels, while semi-framed enclosures have metal framing only around certain parts, such as the edges or corners.
Door Configuration: The specific door configuration can vary, but pivot shower enclosures typically have a single door that swings open and closed on a pivot hinge. The diamond pivot hinge adds a unique design element to the door.
Hardware and Finishes: The shower enclosure may include metal hardware components, such as handles, hinges, and support bars. The hardware is typically made of materials like stainless steel or aluminum and may have a polished or brushed finish to match the overall aesthetics of the enclosure.
Seal and Water Containment: The shower enclosure is designed to effectively contain water within the showering area. It may include seals or gaskets along the edges of the glass panels and at the door to prevent water leakage.