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Vitrex
Vitreous enamelled steel products which include architectural cladding, enamel signs, modular cloakroom cubicles and vanity tops.
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today3 Jul 2011
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Toilet partitions combining two types of steel

A combination of vitreous enamelled steel and ‘rigidised’ stainless steel was used for the Vitraflex toilet cubicles supplied by Vitrex for the Vodacom Techno Centre in Bellville, Cape Town. Amanda Ellis, managing member of Façade Projects in Cape Town – Vitrex distributor in the Western Cape – says the contract follows an original Vitraflex installation of 50 cubicles at the Vodacom Techo Centre 12 years ago.
today14 Nov 2012

Enamelled steel preferred for change-room cubicles

Vitrex has completed one of the largest single orders for its Vitraflex modular change-room cubicles. 
today19 May 2014

Vitrex ablution cubicles for several SA universities

Vitrex, South Africa’s leading producer of enamel steel products for architectural applications, has recently completed contracts from several South African universities for the supply and installation of its Vitraflex vitreous enamel steel cloakroom cubicles.
today4 Feb 2011

Colourful cubicles for children’s toilets

Especially colourful, purposed designed, vitreous enamelled steel toilet cubicles were supplied and installed by Vitrex at the Rivers Church in Sandton, Gauteng. The ablution facilities form part of the Rivers Children’s Church ‘Kidzone’ which accommodates children attending the church over weekends. Cristian Cottino, sales and marketing director at Vitrex, says this Sandton contract proved an exceptional showcase for the colour capacity of the company’s Vitraflex cubicles. “The installation fully endorses our advertising slogan for Vitraflex: ‘redefining the use of colour’.
today15 Apr 2014

Another major Sasol mining cubicle contract for Vitrex

Vitrex supplied and installed 240 shower cubicles for the refurbishment of the hostels at Igoda Coal’s Twistdraai Colliery near Secunda in Mpumalanga.