Ideal Standard Releases New BlueBook – The Industry Bible For Specifiers

Ideal Standard International, one of the world’s leading manufacturers of bathroom and washroom solutions, has published the latest edition of its celebrated ‘BlueBook’. Containing more than 5,000 product listings, the industry renowned catalogue is the largest index of its kind.

The 6th edition of Ideal Standard’s BlueBook features an unparalleled wealth of useful information for architects, designers and merchants working across a spectrum of residential and commercial projects. Products from both the Armitage Shanks and Ideal Standard brands are listed alongside detailed specification diagrams, supporting data, and unique insight from the manufacturer.

The latest intelligent solutions from Armitage Shanks including the new Sphero collection of urinals, Contour 21­+ medical basins and Markwik 21+ thermostatic mixers are outlined in detail. New products from Ideal Standard, such as the brand’s latest brassware collection and its celebrated Studio Echo range, also ensure that residential specifiers have information they need to create the best possible bathrooms.

Stephen Ewer, Managing Director UK & Ireland, Ideal Standard commented: “Over the last 200 years, our family of brands has built a hard-earned reputation for high performance products and design-led innovation. The latest edition of our BlueBook illustrates our breadth of expertise and continuous commitment to creating better washrooms and bathrooms across every sector.

“The market has never been more demanding with customers asking for improved sustainability, better efficiency and more innovative designs for their spaces. With this invaluable guide in their arsenal, specifiers can ensure they can quickly access specifications to offer the perfect solution to their clients.”

As well as details about the company’s extensive portfolio, Ideal Standard’s new BlueBook also contains useful insights around its BIM offering, business support services and specification design service.

For more information and to order a copy of the 6th Edition of the BlueBook, visit

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