Designed with modern Singapore living in mind, Ariston’s latest storage water heater delivers on both style and hygiene.
7 November 2018
Text by Andrew McDonald
Custom designed for the practical realities of Singapore homes such as condominiums and HDB flats, the Ariston Andris Slim 30 (SL30) has bigger capacity than ever, and with upgraded technology, stands as one of the finest water heaters around.
Unlike a typical heating unit, this Italian-designed water heater is made to suit any kind of bathroom decor and is so good-looking, you’ll feel no urge to hide it out of sight. At a 30-litre capacity – in a Singapore first – and designed with Ag+ Silver Ions, the SL30 is not only capable of offering up more hot water than before, its anti-bacterial properties mean a healthier and cleaner shower experience for everyone.
“Ariston has long been in the industry providing thermic comfort and energy efficiency. As we keep up with our promise of delivering safety, design and comfort, we ensure that we listen to our customers’ needs and bring them solutions,” says Richard Chua, Director of Ariston South East Pacific. “We heard that our customers want the same beautiful and slim storage water heater design as our highly popular SL20 but with bigger capacity. The SL30 is made especially for this group of people!”
Available now, the SL30 promises extra durability through the use of a copper-heating element. The tank itself is made with super-ecologic insulation materials and energy can be better conserved through its improved titanium-enamel tank.
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