Press release -
Contrasting and Functional
Danish Damixa grabs 2019 straight by the horns by launching a new design of their shower system, Slate, and simultaneously upgrading it with new smart features.
New design and new features
The upgraded shower system, Slate 4, has an exquisite, minimalist look and new features. Slate’s hand shower has been upgraded from one function to three, all of which are easily operated with a button on the hand shower. At the same time, the hand shower has gone up a size, and its corners have been rounded. The design of the top rod has been changed, as well, so that the head shower now has a more “hovering” look than before.
Matt black contrast
A characteristic feature of Slate 4 is the matt black rubber surface with a RUB CLEAN smart feature next to the head and hand shower. The function makes it possible to easily rub with a finger the flexible black rubber surface, thus removing any limescale build-up. In addition to the new shower system, the Slate series also consists of two different basin mixers and four different kitchen mixers. All products are available with a matt black contrast design, which makes Slate pleasant to the touch. The black contrast gives an exquisite impression next to the shiny chrome, making Slate truly one of a kind.
The kitchen and basin mixers are also available without the black design contrast.
- Business enterprise, General
The Swedish industry jewel FM Mattsson Mora Group is the largest Scandinavian manufacturer of mixer taps. For 150 years we have developed manufactured and marketed faucets and mixers under the strong, established brand names FM Mattsson and Mora Armatur.
In May 2014 FM Mattsson Mora Group acquired Danish Damixa. Damixa was founded in 1932 and still manufactures Danish designed taps at the factory in Odense. The company is the leader in the Danish market for mixer taps and covers most household and public building requirements.
Scandinavia is the company's primary market. FM Mattsson Mora Group realised a 2016 turnover of more than 1 billion SEK and employs approx. 550. The activities as well as the head office are centred in Mora, Sweden.