Just the way technology has revolutionized every aspect of bathroom and sanitaryware, we, at Kerovit, have grown and established ourselves at changing the perspective of people using bathrooms. We focus on technology that promotes hygiene and cleanliness.
From the house of Kajaria, Kerovit is a definitive expression of contemporary design. We assert ourselves with refined angles and strong architectural lines with a focus on design artistry and innovation to match the individual taste and décor of bathrooms. Suitable for modern living spaces, Kerovit is focused on completely redefining the bathroom experience of India’s young generation to the utmost satisfaction.
We are a brand Made in India and By India with a dedicated workforce with 17 Display Centers/ Offices, 330 Distributors and Premium Dealer, and 216 Exclusive Showrooms all over India. Kerovit faucets are developed in its state-of-the-art plant located at Gailpur, Rajasthan with a spread of over 2 Lac sq. ft., having manufacturing capacity of 1 million pieces a year. Kerovit faucets are constructed with solid metal which provides great strength, durability & higher quality of finish.
Kerovit Sanitaryware is manufactured at Morbi, Gujarat with finest of clay added with silica with international standards of manufacturing processes of Mould making, Shuttle kiln, Tunnel kiln, glazing pressure dye casting and is ISI approved. The production capacity of the plant is 7.50 Lacs pieces a year.
With our Green innovation range of products, we keep our promise to the environment intact by offering advanced solutions for water and energy savings. Our social responsibilities are reflected through innovation in new materials which we use to develop our products! Our flagship faucet, showers and toilets have been well coordinated with products & technologies that save water up to 60 % without compromising on the wellness theme.
We follow the principle of zero liquid discharge (ZLD) which is a treatment process in which the plant discharges no liquid effluent into the surface waters, completely eliminating the environmental pollution that is associated with treatment. It also makes the best use of reusing, recycling, and wastewater management that helps in contributing to water conservation.
For over 30 years, the brand Kajaria has become synonymous with innovation and customer satisfaction. Today, the company has become a household name for tiling solutions and continues to delight consumers' delight with perfection. Kajaria is the only company in the tile industry to receive the "Superbrand' award 11th times in a row. It has also been conferred with "Asia's Most Promising Brand" award in the Premium Tile Category and is the most certified ceramic tile company in the world.
Kajaria Ceramics Limited is the largest Wall & Floor Tile manufacturing company in India with a capacity of 73 million sq. metres per annum and has a turnover of over Rs. 2900 crores. The company has eight manufacturing plants, Sikandrabad in Uttar Pradesh, Gailpur & Malootana in Rajasthan, Vijayawada & Srikalahasti in Andhra Pradesh and three plants in Gujarat. Kajaria has a pan-India presence along with 35 offices-cum-display centres.
With a mission to revolutionize and redefine sanitary ware market in India, Kajaria has now entered bathroom spaces with KEROVIT. Kajaria Bathware Pvt. Ltd. embellishes the experience of its customers with redefined and unique bathroom solutions by creating value, outpacing customer’s expectations. With a focus of selling an experience, the exceptional collection of Faucets, Sanitary ware, and the newly launched “VANITY”, reflects luxury through quality, style and craftsmanship. While our newly launched vanity will open to an excellent response, our foray into sanitary ware and faucets promises to unveil new vistas of expansion for us. With these initiatives the stage is now set for us to scale higher echelons of growth.
KEROVIT asserts itself as a beautiful integration of performance, aesthetically modern spaces and inspiring designs with a consistency in quality standards, making them not just an object of utility but an important part of one’s bathing experience.
Mr Rishi Kajaria