Freedom for the bathroom

Geberit Duofix system

This is how bathrooms are built today
Freedom in designing the space, faster progress at the building site and cost-effectiveness: That is what your customers expect these days when it comes to planning and realising the bathroom. Using the perfectly coordinated components of the Geberit installation systems, you can develop customised and economical solutions for any construction project, from remodelling the bathroom to creating sanitary facilities in new buildings, in drywall or solid construction.



Self-supporting elements for new buildings and modernisation
Geberit Duofix provides a comprehensive range of universal and self-supporting installation elements in drywall construction for all sanitary equipment. The elements suitable for partition wall installations, in-wall installations in stud-walls in lightweight construction, and part- and room-height prewall installations. They are used in new buildings and modernisation.

Installation frames for all sanitary equipment
Frames for wall-hung WC and Geberit AquaClean as well as for connecting the Geberit DuoFresh odour extraction are available. Installation frames are also available for bath and shower fittings as well as for shower drainage with wall drain. Also available are Geberit Duofix installation frames for urinal and bidet, corner constructions for wall-hung WCs as well as mounting plates to receive support handles in barrier-free bathrooms.

Customised solutions for nearly any construction situation
Geberit Duofix provides customised solutions for mounting on site at the building site. System rail and studs also allow for the creation of complete installation walls as Geberit Duofix system walls and can serve in not only practically any standard construction situation but also meet special requirements.



Screw the room-height stud into the system rail and extend the telescopic support down.



Insert the room-height stud into the system rail and engage it.



Align the sanitary frames with the stud and fasten them with the angle brackets.

Extension brackets are available if the studs are wider than the frame.



Fix the frame in the rail using foot clamps.