SARONA shower set

Sarona is a shower system with a discrete, clean visual design. It is flexible and easy to use.


  • Anti lime-scale hand shower with Eco Flow 9 l/min
  • Shower bar with slider, transparent soap dish and wall brackets
  • Shower hose 1750 mm with chrome-plated nuts


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No. FMM No. RSK Description
1 34000600 8183663 Hand shower, chrome
1 34000120 8183661 Hand shower, white
2 34323000 8197725 Hand shower set, chrome
2 34320120 8197724 Hand shower set, white
3 34811759 8181587 Shower hose, chrome
4 34140000 8185612 Slider, chrome/anthracite
4 34140120 8185611 Slider, white
5 34160007 8185615 Soap dish, transparent
6 34135200 8185635 Lid, 2-pcs, chrome
6 34135320 8185636 Lid, 2-pcs, white
7 34120000 Wall bracket, chrome
7 34120120 Wall bracket, white
8 29201600 8180598 Shower head
9 34190000 8180417 Wall bracket
10 34181500 8181225 Elbow connection


Accepted installation instructions

Safe Water Installation (Säker Vatteninstallation) is a set of industry* regulations to safeguard the quality of sanitary installations, prevent injury and damage and ensure compliance with the building regulations of the Swedish National Board of Housing, Building and Planning (Boverket).


Lead Free means that we have eliminated the lead that is normally found in brass alloys. This will reduce environmental impact of the products. Products classified as Lead Free contain less than 0.1 % lead.


Energy labelling is an objective rating system that shows exactly how much energy a mixer uses. The system was developed by a number of players including sanitary fittings manufacturers, building companies, property owners and authorities such as the Swedish Energy Agency. It is based on standardised laboratory tests and certification rules. Its aim is simple: to offer impartial help for buyers, installation firms, air conditioning consultants and consumers. The mixer’s energy performance is assessed by measuring and registering water pressure, mixed water temperature and flushing time for twelve different activities. The values registered for each of these activities are added together to obtain a total energy consumption value, which is displayed on the label. This total value determines the mixer’s energy rating.