Osbourne Free Standing Bath
Despite its traditional styling, the Osbourne is very much a bath for the modern era. Made of Cabuchon’s own FICORE® composite, it has a wonderful tactile quality and retains heat far more effectively than metal or acrylic baths. Moreover, its carefully sculpted oval ends make it supremely comfortable and ideal for shared bathing.
Access and fitting:
When separated from its plinth, the Osbourne will pass through a door with a standard width of 750mm / 29½″.
Taps and other controls would normally be mounted on the rear rim. Given that the Osbourne is a double-ended free standing bath, taps and spouts should not be installed near to the curved ends, where they could prevent the user from reclining comfortably.
The Osbourne is usually supplied with pre-drilled holes for the waste and overflow. Holes are not normally pre-drilled for taps and other fittings. This is because the best way for the customer to decide their placement is when he or she is able to see the bath in its finished position. The installer can then be instructed accordingly.
The Osbourne is supplied with four screw-threaded feet, which are concealed by the plinth. The feet allow up to 50mm (2″) of height adjustment. They 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.
All dimensions are listed on the Osbourne Specification Sheet. (PDF.)
External dimensions: 1700mm x 855mm / 67″ x 33¾″
Internal depth: 445mm / 17½″
External height (without plinth): 600mm / 23½″
Capacity: 216 litres. (48 Imperial gallons / 58 US gallons.)
Full internal and external dimensions are shown on the Osbourne Specification Sheet.
The Osbourne free standing bath is not suitable for the inclusion of a Hydrotherapy system.