The classic among shower channels
Winner of multiple design awards, CeraLine opens up a whole new world of fascinating design options for bathroom and spa architecture. The beautifully elegant cover plates cover a wide range of personal tastes, from the minimalist to the sophisticated. As well as several stainless steel versions, Dallmer also offers cover plates with black or white glass inserts, as well as the "Individual" model that can be customised by tiling with the client's choice of tiles.
CeraLine offers extremely flexible installation options: Front-of-wall with CeraLine W or flush-in-floor with CeraLine F. Furthermore, the CeraLine W and F shower channels offer a wide range of installation heights and lengths.
Simple and thorough cleaning
Thanks to a completely removable trap insert
Adjusting screws for height adjustment of the cover plate
CeraLine stainless steel cover plates are available with glass inserts, with a range of different finish options, for customised tiling and – a particular highlight – with PVD coating.* This carbon-based protective layer was originally developed as a protective layer for parts of sports engines subjected to extreme wear and tear. However, the material is increasingly popular in the interior design sector due to its durability and aesthetic appeal.
* Due to the technological production possbilities, the nature of the raw material and the lighting conditions, there may be slight colour deviations in the PVD surfaces.
The technical and aesthetic sophistication of CeraLine perfectly complements any room concept. Dallmer developed CeraLine F specially for flush-in-floor installations. CeraLine can be matched to any standard tile formats and is also ideal for all bathrooms where space is tight and/or with low floor structures. The shower channel has received many awards for its timeless design.
CeraLine W is specially fitted with an angled flange for front-of-wall installation, which ensures a secure connection to the wall. CeraLine also offers an impressive range of useful technical details, such as the interior of the channel body, which is pre-sloped for maximum efficiency and to prevent any residual soap/dirt.