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TBS launch new Platinum cubicle range

TBS Fabrications, one of the UK’s leading manufacturers of cubicles, ducting and vanity units, are pleased to introduce the newest addition to their extensive range of washroom cubicles.  Stylish and contemporary, the Platinum cubicle system is the perfect choice for those looking to create an impact.

Aiming high in the style stakes this premium cubicle, with its seamless flush façade, is guaranteed to provide striking solutions to transform any washroom environment and is the ideal choice for specification on the most prestigious of projects.

Platinum features a 20mm compact grade laminate frontage and 13mm compact grade partitions to ensure the highest levels of durability and combines the toughest of materials with flush doors and pilasters to create a lasting impression. 

As with all of TBS’ cubicle ranges, Platinum is available in a wide range of colours and can be complimented by a stylish range of fittings, ducting and vanity units to meet every requirement.

TBS were thrilled when their new Platinum range was chosen for phase one of the multi-million pound redevelopment programme currently underway at Manchester Central.  Formerly known as the GMEX, Manchester Central is dedicated to providing first-class conference and exhibition facilities.  Graphite grey Platinum cubicles and ducting with complimentary stainless steel fittings proved to be the perfect combination to create befitting washrooms for the renowned Manchester landmark.

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