Leading Australian inventor of linear shower drainage systems, Stormtech has launched a new series of linear grates suitable for indoor as well as outdoor applications.
Created in collaboration with internationally renowned designer, Marc Newson, the new Stormtech architectural linear grates offer a fresh decorative solution for wet areas, incorporating Newson's signature tessellated hexagonal pattern in a choice of five finishes.
Stormtech invented the linear drain design to allow for a wider range of floor surfaces and flooring configurations than was possible with traditional centre wastes.
Stormtech’s new 65MND linear grates are ideal for both indoor and outdoor areas including bathrooms, balconies, courtyards, thresholds, pools, paved areas and driveways. It is also suitable for commercial environments such as hotels and restaurants where architectural aesthetics are a key consideration.
Key features of new Stormtech 65MND Series linear grates:
- Made from 2mm stainless steel
- Available in satin stainless steel, satin black, white, pearl brass and blue finishes
- 316 marine grade stainless steel construction provides excellent durability
- Ideal for indoor and outdoor areas
- Suitable for residential and commercial environments
Stormtech managing director, Troy Creighton explains that the Marc Newson collaboration was a natural evolution for their business, broadening the perception of what was traditionally a purely functional fitting. Stormtech works closely with architects and designers when developing new products, adapting their systems to complement emerging trends.
In May, the Marc Newson designed grate was acknowledged at the International Contemporary Furniture Fair (ICFF) in New York, receiving the ICFF Editors Award in the Kitchen and Bath category for best design.
As an Australian manufacturer, Stormtech is in a unique position to offer the 65MND Series drainage system in made to measure, fixed length or patented modular options.
The 65MND Series linear grates are available with PVC channel or stainless steel channel.