PRIMO Kn range by Kemmlit
In May 2016, Kemmlit introduced their next generation of PRIMO cubicles, the PRIMO Kn range, which meets the highest requirements concerning aesthetics and functionality.
Since introducing PRIMO cubicles in the 1970’s, Kemmlit have continually developed and improved this popular cubicle range. Manufactured in Germany, Kemmlit’s cubicle range use a wide range of high-quality materials, often providing customised solutions for specific project needs.
Some of Kemmlit’s customers include University of Central London, Marks & Spencer, Lufthansa, Crowne Plaza, Tate Modern and Yo! Sushi.
The PRIMO Kn system has smooth-surfaced doors and walls made of 42 mm thick composite elements with internal aluminium frames for maximum torsion resistance and longevity.
To provide resistance against scratches and abrasion, a special protective layer is incorporated into all surfaces. The system also includes a substantial three-roller edge hinge with a stainless steel axis with the aim of withstanding intense wear.
As with the rest of Kemmlit’s cubicle range, PRIMO Kn is suitable for use in dry or wet room applications, and is available in a number of design options including a suspended version without feet or a floor-to-ceiling system for increased privacy.
The system is available in a range of colours including the option of customised digital print. An extensive range of accessories support the PRIMO Kn, including: LED door handles, headrails, hinges, support feet and sanitary equipment.
Kemmlit boast that this next generation PRIMO Kn range reaches a level of quality and performance that makes strong claim to surpass any similar system on the market.
For more information, see Kemmlit.
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