VALLAMOSSE thermostatic shower mixer
Comfy and secure with a 38°C safety stop to prevent water from getting too hot and a “cold touch” feature to ensure a safe temperature on the mixer bar. The built-in shelf keeps shampoo within reach.
Width: 265 mm
Depth: 100 mm
Length: 39 cm
Width: 12 cm
Height: 7 cm
Net Weight: 1.39 kg
Gross Weight: 1.73 kg
Gross Volume: 3.1 l
Polyamide plastic Thermostat housing/ Handle:
The shower mixer has a “cold touch” feature. Thanks to the anti-scald technology, the surface of the mixer bar never heats up and is always safe to touch.The built-in shelf on the shower mixer is perfect for all those tall shampoo bottles that are often tricky to store in the shower.
Chrome-plated brass is a hard and durable surface that is easy to clean.
Everything you need for a great shower experience
Our shower range offers everything you need for a pleasant shower. The thermostatic shower mixers come with “cold touch” and anti-scald technology. The head and hand showers come with different spray functions and a pressure compensating function that reduces water- and energy-use by up to 30%. There is a range of coordinated bathroom accessories that keep all those bottles off the floor. Add to this, a 10-year guarantee on the thermostatic mixers and a 3-year guarantee on riser rails, hoses, head and hand showers.
Designed with safety in mind
IKEA thermostatic shower mixers have a 38°C safety button that must be deliberately pressed to reach higher temperatures, but will never exceed 46°C – which is safe for human skin. Another smart feature is the “cold touch”, anti-scald technology which ensures that the shower mixers will never heat up or cause burns. Whether the preference is modern or more traditional style, IKEA shower mixers offer a great shower experience with highest safety in mind.
What are zinc and zamak?
Zinc is a metallic element while zamak is a mixture of zinc, aluminium, magnesium and copper. Both are durable materials and easy to cast into different shapes. They are good at conducting heat and electricity. Objects made of zinc or zamak are often given a surface treatment to resemble metals like gold, brass or stainless steel. Both zinc and zamak retain their good properties when they are recycled to become new objects.