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Unable to identify fixed shower head fitting - is this a Grohe?

Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by eezzeeman, 24 Feb 2018.

  1. eezzeeman

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    Hi - looking to replace a wall-fixed shower head.
    Immediately running into some issues:

    1. It is +10yrs old and is likely discontinued, although someone has mentioned it may be a Grohe. I have approached Grohe my contact says he has never seen it before.
      - any ideas of the brand will help immensely
    2. from the attached picture, you can see that the shower head inserts in and there is a small screw that prevents it from sliding out without compromising the rotation
    3. The fixing to the wall is not of the current screw-in fixture and relies on on a rotate-ball-bearing insert (picture provided). It is not the normal standard 1/2 inch bsp
      - can anyone identify the part and if there is a possible adaptor so i can use current industry standard fixings without tearing the whole thing out?
    Any input/feedback/advice would be greatly appreciated!
     

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  4. eezzeeman

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    Thanks Copea will give them a try
     
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