Promotion: The Kohler bathroom brand has unveiled a new collection of shower valves and controls designed to offer users an immersive shower experience, tailored to their specifications and needs.
Kohler’s Anthem is available with both analog and digital control panels, which can control up to six appliances offering temperature and flow strength control.
Anthem works together with the brand’s new Statement shower collection, a combination of hand showers, body sprays, rain and overhead showers, which can be independently adjusted to suit the user’s temperature and water flow.
Both Statement and Anthem collections are offered in four finishes: Polished Chrome, Vibrant Brushed Nickel, Matte Black and Vibrant Brushed Moderne Brass.
“Every aspect of Kohler’s new Anthem valves and controls has been carefully designed to offer users a truly immersive shower experience, tailored to their exact specifications and modified to suit their needs,” said Kohler.
“With two valve platforms to choose from – mechanical and digital – and meticulously engineered to meet global plumbing standards, these precision systems take the shower routine to a sensory next level event, further expanding the industry-leading approach of Kohler at the digital shower “.
“Each outlet can be independently adjusted to suit the user’s specific temperature and flow desires, such as a soft, warm spray from the rain shower head along with a strong, warm massage from the hand shower,” continued the brand.
“Users can mix and match as they like and then program up to 10 favorite presets to review at any time.”
The analog controls feature dials that control flow rate and temperature, while the digital controls offer a single dial with universal icons for each function.
Anthem valves interface with Kohler’s Konnect app, which offers additional control over valves, including maximum shower temperature, shower duration, water usage, and a “heat mode” that can purge the valve. cold water before users enter the shower.
The app can be paired with voice assistants, allowing for voice control over the hymn’s tubes.
“A truly great shower is primarily based on personal preference and should be completely under the control of the user,” said Lun Cheak Tan, vice president of Kohler Industrial Design.
“We developed Anthem’s valves and controls to give bathers the ability to manipulate flow, temperature and sprays to achieve a personalized feel-good experience.”
Founded in Wisconsin and now with over 50 global manufacturing locations, Kohler specializes in bathroom and kitchen products.
The brand also creates furniture, tiles, motors and generators and operates luxury resorts and golf courses as part of its Destination Kohler brand.
To view other Kohler products, visit their website.
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