Phylrich Faucets Are Totally American-Made

Truly Designed, Engineered, Forged, Cast, Machined, Finished and Assembled in The United States!phylrich basic wall

In an era when outsourcing has become the norm, Phylrich has opted to bring all of their manufacturing back home.  Naturally this transition required time and effort, but the results are beginning to show in quick delivery, attention to detail, and outstanding American-made quality.

 

MGS Taps: A Study In Quality

Every Faucet Produced Is Stainless Steel

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MGS produces stainless steel faucets and hardware with an uncommon attention to exactness and detail.  The kitchen faucet pictured here, the Nemo, is also stainless steel with an applied PVD black steel coating.  The PVD process embeds the color deep into the stainless steel.  The result is an extremely durable, long lasting finish that is non-tarnishing.

Freestanding + 5-Foot = Perfection

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We Have Been Waiting For This Design. . .

Blu Bathworks has announced the February, 2016, arrival of the new five-foot Halo Freestanding BluStone Soaking Bath in matte white.  BluStone is a solid-surface material, warm to the touch, durable, repairable, non-porous, and stain resistant.  The inside seating area is a sumptuous forty-five-plus inches, allowing most bathers the opportunity to unbend their knees.  The overflow is a narrow 1/4″ slit located up high on the drain end, allowing a generous 15 1/4″ bathing depth.  The bath, itself, stands 19 3/4″ tall overall, making it easier to step into and out of the bath.

If your space allows for a larger model, a 67″ Halo model is also available.  Both sizes are not lightweights:  The smaller bath weighs in the mid 200 lb range, while the larger weighs in the 300 lb area.  The baths ship complete with a polished chrome drain

Phylrich Faucets: Truly American Made

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If supporting American industry is important to you, you will be pleased to know that Phylrich is essentially all American-made product from Southern California. The quality is exceptional and the prices reasonable considering the character and impact of the product.

The “Business End” of a BainUltra Bath with Geysair

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The Geysair module is seen above installed on the left side of a BainUltra Meridian Bath.  The turbine is at the right with the yet-to-be-installed key pad attached.  Here is how the system works:  Air is drawn in through the bottom of the turbine, heated, and blown out at the top of the unit where it begins a journey up and down the backrest (that’s the squiggly course in the center of the picture).  Note that in doing so, the backrest becomes heated!  The heated air then enters the top of the Geysair unit, and is injected with a fine, metered spray of hot water supplied through the coil of hose on the far left of the picture.  (The hose in the picture has not yet been connected to the incoming hot water line leading to the faucet).  The addition of hot water to the air channel humidifies the channel air, greatly reducing the cold feeling of the air as it enters the bath.  The bath is more comfortable, the water stays hot longer, and the bather enjoys an extended massage without the inconvenience of having to add more hot water.