Subjects: Engineering industry
Mora Armatur releases black mixers in the collection MORA REXX
MORA REXX is a collection mixers that merges minimalistic design and innovative technology into a stylish water experience. An experience that can now also be offered in a black shade.
Mora Armatur releases a collection of bathroom accessories to complement its progressive new INXX II collection
Created in symbiosis with the mixers in the INXX II collection, the pieces effortlessly blend function with an elevated design and curated choice of colors.
FM Mattsson is launching MEDICARE – a collection of mixers focusing on hygiene, accessibility and sustainability
FM Mattsson’s new MEDICARE collection is designed in collaboration with the healthcare sector to meet the market’s accessibility and hygiene requirements. The new collection includes basin mixers with an emphasis on hygiene, accessibility and sustainability.
FM Mattsson launches SILJAN flexi, a collection of kitchen mixers for improved hygiene and functionality
SILJAN flexi is now being launched as part of FM Mattsson’s signature collection. These kitchen mixers have a detachable nozzle and a choice of jet settings. In the collection, you find a touchless mixer that keeps your hands clean and helps control the bacteria.
Mora Armatur ‒ brand of the year
Mora Armatur received the Brand of the year award at Dalarna Business celebration – Stjärngalan. Mora Armatur won with the nomination that the brand has created a thorough and stylish strategy and positions itself as a leading manufacturer of mixers.
"Kids cooking show" won the Native advertising awards
Together with Aller media, we produced the series "Kids cooking" and now we are happy to announce that this serie won the award in the category Most creative native advertising campaign.
"Kids cooking" is nominated for the award Tidskriftspriset 2020 (magazine prize)
Together with Aller media, we produced the series "Kids cooking" this spring, and now this serie is nominated in the category Campaign of the Year.
Mora Armatur launches INXX II ― a world-class water experience in a sober design
With INXX II Mora Armatur takes another step forwards as a progressive leader in its field. Here, innovation, engineering and timeless design meet the needs of today and the future. Near one hundred years of passion, craftsmanship and tradition has turned our iconic design in to a world-class water experience.
Inredningsrör designs industrial furniture in Mora
SUSTAINABLE DESIGN. Inredningsrör, a company in the Swedish province of Dalarna, designs furniture made from water pipes in 99 percent recycled steel. A fun hobby developed into a popular online shop when founder Johan Lindberg discovered an enormous demand for furniture made of pipe parts. The company designed the award-winning outdoor shower Mora Garden in partnership with Mora Armatur.
Allbohus Fastighets AB in Alvesta kommun invests in preventative measures to ensure clean water
Water contaminated with bacteria such as Legionella and E. coli can cause severe problems and serious illnesses. For this reason, Allbohus Fastighets AB, a public housing company owned by Alvesta municipality, has opted to install FM Mattsson connected showers with the Watersprint water purification system in several schools, to prevent contamination and ensure good water quality.
Eksjöhus – high quality and sustainable partnerships
Eksjöhus, a company in the Swedish province of Småland, has been designing, constructing and manufacturing timber houses for over 75 years. Although they conduct extensive in-house production, they also use many external suppliers. In this regard, Eksjöhus prioritizes sustainability, choosing high-quality products and developing long-term supplier relationships
27,800 fewer plastic bags per year – an important step in FM Mattsson’s sustainability efforts
27,800 fewer plastic bags per year, streamlined processes for employees and customers and big environmental savings. This is the result of FM Mattsson’s new plastic reduction initiative. “Sustainability is important to us, and we have started a long-term initiative to reduce our use of plastic,” says Lena Ryttar Thörnqvist, logistics technician at FM Mattsson.
Ronald McDonald House in Gothenburg is being renovated – with FM Mattsson 9000E mixers in all the bathrooms
The Ronald McDonald House in Gothenburg is adjacent to the Queen Silvia Children’s Hospital, and provides accommodation for families of children undergoing specialist treatment at the hospital. Now the oldest rooms are being renovated and FM Mattsson 9000E mixers and showers will be installed in all the bathrooms.
A living lab with connected mixers
SUSTAINABLE HOUSING. Housing solutions for the future are being tested in real time in the KTH Live-In Lab testbed platform. Four students live in Testbed KTH, which consists of apartments equipped with the latest technology. Among other things, the apartments are fitted with connected mixers from FM Mattsson, which track the students’ water use.
Idre Fjäll saves energy with digitalised mixers
SUSTAINABLE TOURISM. Idre Fjäll is a popular summer and winter resort. With the aim of creating sustainable facilities, Idre Fjäll has installed FM Mattsson’s connected mixers in its public facilities. This has resulted in energy savings, easier service and enhanced guest experience.
Sustainable mixers from Mora Armatur in Stockholm’s first energy-positive building
SUSTAINABLE CONSTRUCTION. In May 2019, the two most energy-efficient buildings in Stockholm were completed in Norra Djurgårdsstaden. They are Stockholm’s first energy-positive buildings, which means that they generate more energy than they use. The buildings are equipped with many smart solutions, including Mora Armatur’s MORA MMIX mixers with water-saving technology.
FM Mattsson sponsors new sea rescue station in Fjällbacka
The Swedish Sea Rescue Society (Sjöräddningssällskapet) is a voluntary, non-profit organisation that saves lives at sea and is involved in almost all sea rescue in Sweden. The organisation is funded entirely by donations, memberships and voluntary contributions, and FM Mattsson Mora Group is now donating products for the Society’s new rescue station in Fjällbacka.
Now in black - Mora Armatur launches the sensor-controlled mixer MORA MMIX TRONIC BLACK
Mora Armatur´s new sensor-controlled mixer in black will completely change your design feeling in the bathroom and at the same time reduce your water consumption.
Luxurious life in black with a new sensor controlled mixer from Mora Armatur
Now it’s time to focus on the bathroom. Mora Armatur are now launching Mora MMIX Tronic Black, a sensor controlled mixer in a black colour. This will completely change your design feeling in the bathroom and at the same time reduce your water consumption.