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Twyford – The Educated Choice

Part of the Geberit Group since 2015, Twyford has been leading the way in developing washrooms and toilets for over 160 years, continually moving washroom design forward with innovative technology, smart design features and pioneering products.

From nurseries through to adult education and the less able, Twyford offer specific designs for each area of the education sector. The exceptional market leading products answer every need for every location.

When it comes to today’s school building projects, time constraints, budget considerations, sustainable development and the practicality of the end product are all high on the agenda. Anything that eases these burdens are key to specifiers and installers.

Twyford are constantly developing innovative solutions to assist schools become more water efficient. For example, dual flush systems for toilets and push button action taps provide a simple way to reduce water consumption, providing a sustainable, cost-effective option for the education sector. 

For early learners, functionality is vital. For example, the Twyford Sola Washbasin provides superior strength and longevity through deep side walls, whilst also improving hygiene levels through enclosed fixings. For younger students, everything is within reach thanks to semi-recessed basins.

There are many considerations when choosing the right toilet for an educational facility. Rimless pans are the ideal choice as they offer improved hygiene and easier cleaning; key for high volume areas where student health and safety is paramount. The open fronted Twyford variety have been designed for younger children in mind, so they are the perfect option for nurseries or primary education facilities.

Whatever budget you are working with, and for every application across the education sector, specifying professionals can be sure they’re making the right choice with Twyford.

Sophie Weston, Channel Marketing Manager for Geberit and Twyford said: “Twyford is an integral part of the Geberit group, we are proud that our innovations continue to benefit the education sector. It is our goal to continually move washroom design forward with clever technology, smart design features and to provide specific solutions to all age groups.”

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