Family Owned, German Company
SCHELL is a family owned and managed German company that was founded in 1932. The family are committed to the responsible handling of natural resources worldwide and SCHELL is one of the founders of the Blue Responsibility initiative which represents sustained and future-proof drinking water supply. From their elegant, hands-free infrared taps to their commercial flush valves for urinals, the products all combine functionality with hygiene and good design. The company has proven to be a great and reliable Franklins partner since 1997.
Quality standards passed down through generations
Schell: A leader in fittings technology for more than 80 years
Responsibility for health
User and drinking water hygiene in sanitary rooms? Now that is more important than ever. Therefore it is better to use fittings from SCHELL, the hygiene expert.
Achieving consequent sanitary room hygiene is very challenging irrespective of the sanitary room being in a hospital, residential nursing home or school or similar objects. This is due to, either, the sanitary system not being used continually or due to the risk of transferring germs and should be avoided as best as possible.
It is a challenging task that SCHELL has been committed to for many years. It is not surprising that they are globally regarded as one of the pioneers of technical solutions, who predominantly have one objective: to protect the health of the user.
Water-efficient, robust and hygienic.
Many SCHELL fittings can be controlled without contact. On the one hand, it improves the hygiene in heavily used sanitary rooms and, on the other hand, also saves water. But that is not sufficient. In objects where longer periods of interruption in use occur, e.g. schools, additional selectable stagnation flushing for electronically-controlled washbasin fittings also further contribute to hygiene. Then, at the latest, 24 hours after using the last time, the fittings trigger a flow of water for approximately 20 seconds to prevent water stagnating in the pipelines and, thus, prevent germs developing.