New Flush 3.1 hand basin with drain plate

Article number: CL/03.13431.02
Availability: In stock (2)


- white ceramic with or without tap hole, aluite with pretreated tap hole

- including drain set, chrome and drain plate, aluite

- adjustable flow drainage system

- drain with standard (1 1/4 ") connection for siphon

- including fixation set

- siphon not included


Compact, minimalist and perfect for small toilet rooms. Hand basins from the New Flush series of Clou are designed specifically for the toilet and fully aligned in its design to use in areas of limited size. The shape, the design, the size and the price all are fully in proportion.


special hand basin siphon

Clou has designed a special MiniSuk hand basin siphon for New Flush, in a smaller size in order to strengthen the compact nature and keep the high design content. So the toilet hand basin remains completely balanced.


exceptionally shallow

The New Flush 3.1 hand basin combines a minimal depth with a functional basin. This hand basin has no tap bench, so there remains more functional space. This makes that this basin can only be used with short wall taps as the Kaldur and Freddo taps.


controlling flow discharge

A specially designed New Flush drain system is included in the hand basin. The cap of this drain can be adjusted higher or lower in order to optimize the flow of the drain.


drain plate for an even tighter design

In order to make the design of the New Flush hand basin still tighter the drain is covered with an aluite plate. This ensures that there is no drain visible. The water runs off the drain plate and then flows to the actual discharge. This drain plate can be easily removed for cleaning. This is done by pressing down the drain plate on the wall side so that it comes up at the front.


- download technical drawing

- download installation instructions

- download maintenance instructions

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