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Sanitary device










Image Number 2 for United States Patent #6481029.

A sanitary device comprises a bathtub arranged on feet, a bathtub encasement, a set of fittings for the water inlet, the water overflow and the water drain, a handheld shower head held on the ledge of the bathtub, and a mixing fitting for cold and hot water. The mixing fitting has connections on the inlet side for cold and hot water. Connections of the fitting on the outlet side are connected with the water inlet for the set of fittings and the handheld shower head. The mixing fitting is arranged within the space enclosed by the tub encasement. The mixing fitting has electrically actuated adjusting devices with an associated electronic control that can be controlled by means of an input/output device arranged on the ledge of the tub.








 
 
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