Artesia Free Standing Bath
Designed to be comfortable for either one or two people, the Artesia free standing bath has a strong, oval design that works beautifully in both traditional and contemporary interiors. The curved ends recline gently and support the user during long, relaxing soaks.
The bath is available with or without a plinth.
Access and fitting:
One version of the Artesia features a tap deck, where taps and other fittings can be mounted. On the plain-rimmed version, taps and other fittings can be mounted wherever space and good plumbing practices allow. However, since the bath is double-ended, taps and spouts should not be installed at the ends, where they would prevent a bather from reclining comfortably.
Like all Cabuchon free standing baths, the Artesia double-ended bath tub is normally supplied with only the waste and overflow holes pre-drilled. This allows the owner and installer greater choice when deciding, on-site, on the precise positioning of spouts, taps and hand-showers. The best way to decide this is when the owner can see the bath in situ. The installer can then be instructed accordingly.
The Artesia can be turned on its side to pass through a door with a standard width of 750mm / 29½″.
The Artesia oval bath is supplied with four screw-threaded feet, which allow a height adjustment range of 50mm (2″). These adjustable feet are factory-fitted and set to spread the bath’s weight evenly. During installation on-site, great care must be taken if the feet are subsequently adjusted to accommodate a sloping or uneven floor. For security, stability and durability, it is essential that the whole of the bath’s weight rests squarely and evenly on the feet – and not at all on the body of the bath.
Detailed installation instructions are provided on page two of the Artesia Specification Sheet. (PDF.)
External dimensions: 1766mm x 873mm / 69½” x 34¼”
External height: 668mm / 26¼” (with plinth); 570mm / 22½” (without).
Internal depth: 450mm / 17¾”
Capacity: 220 litres. (50 Imperial gallons / 60 US gallons.)
Full internal and external dimensions are shown on the Artesia Specification Sheet.
The Artesia free standing bath is not suitable for the inclusion of a Hydrotherapy system.