Mira Relate is launched

Mira Relate is launched

Mira Showers has enhanced its bar valve mixer shower range with the new Mira Relate: which is said to enable users to enjoy a top-quality showering performance at an accessible price. Plus, as an added benefit to the trade, it’s a product which is both ideal for retro-fitting as well as enabling easier installation at the second fix stage. 

As a result of consumer demand – driven by style preferences and a requirement for simplicity in use – bar valves now represent 60% of the mixer market by volume according to the company; and Mira Relate allows developers, designers and contractors to meet this need. Furthermore, there is a significant trend toward diverter valves – which have 64% of the market in ‘mass retail’ – which is largely untapped by the trade, where they only amount to 22% of sales. The Mira Relate comes in single and dual outlet variants bringing a dual outlet showering experience to a wider range of consumers. 

The contemporary design of the chrome shower can complement modern interiors and is allied to superior thermostatic mixing valve technology, meaning it is also safe for all the family. Separate temperature and flow controls with override buttons enable the user to fine tune their perfect showering experience, while the Mira Beat 90mm single spray showerhead has rub-clean nozzles for easier limescale removal.  

Guaranteed for five years, the Relate is suitable for all water systems at all pressures with performance at 0.1 bar and above. Mira quotes flow rates at the handset rather than valve outlet pressures. 

This performance is because of Mira Magni-flo technology, says the company – a technology that enables the company’s mixers to deliver up to three times more flow than competing products, even at low pressure. Through a combination of design features which optimise internal water ways within the valve body, Mira Magni-flo technology enables water to flow through more efficiently.  

For the installer, Mira’s own front of tile installation system means that the shower can be connected to pipework during second fix, and the slide bar has adjustable centres to match grout lines and existing holes in tiles. The product also has 150mm pipe centres so that it can be easily slotted in to replace a previous bar valve. 

The dual outlet diverter version of the mixer shower – the Mira Relate ERD – has a 200mm single spray deluge head with rub-clean rubber nozzles; while the separate hand-held showerhead is 90mm as per the standard single outlet valve.  

Mira believes it has created a stylish, high performance performing mixer shower that serves the demand for easy-to-use, accessibly priced bar valves and meets the needs of installers, developers and consumers alike.

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