Gentec Australia is a manufacturer of specialist tapware, Valves and Safety systems with focus purely on the commercial market namely healthcare, aged care, laboratories, industrial, commercial and hospitality facilities. Gentec product is technological driven by its continuous innovation of the organisation and its core is to focus on supporting the green environment.
March 25th, 2014
Gentec envisions a greener world by offering high-performance durable products that you can trust for the entire life of that product. A more durable product means less maintenance and lower costs to users. It means better value and fewer headaches. In short, it is technology that inspires confidence.
Gentec’s premium quality products deliver more durability and produce less waste, resulting in substantial cost benefits for the user and more profit for our partners.
Gentec’s European-designed products are aimed at reducing carbon footprint while providing the finest quality, most reliable product clients can trust. Gentec product ranges include single lever, lever taps, mixing valves, electronics, pre-rinse, safety, laboratory, timeflow and accessible.
Gentec’s mission is to provide sustainable technologies that lower emission while providing tangible water and energy savings. The company meets the highest eco-friendly manufacturing standards and continuously employs the lastest eco-friendly materials.
Gentec is committed to using the latest technology to provide custom-made products and fit-for-purpose solutions to suite any specification, alongside their standard range of products. With an eye to the future, Gentec is committed to the continuous development of better, more efficient products.
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