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Sanitary innovations


Pauli  und   Menden  GmbH

Bathtub installation

Bathtub installation technology


Wall-mounted installation

flushing systems

Electronic flushing systems

WC & Urinal

WC & Urinal actuations

Welcome to MEPA

MEPA is an owner-managed, medium-sized company from sanitary technology. Founded by Leo Menden and Willi Pauli in 1963, it were the innovative ideas which were responsible for the change of the company from a workshop to a modern industrial manufacturer.

“The breeding ground of the company is the idea” – this principle is still applicable after more than 50 years and ensures a healthy growth.

Today MEPA’s business is run by Reinhard Menden and Reiner Pauli, and the company stands for a corporate culture which continues to foster ingenuity.

Moreover, there are a lot of advantages which speak for MEPA.



MEPA stands for the combination of innovative sanitary technology and timeless bathroom design.

MEPA offers products which are visible “in front of the wall” and which are of significant importance during creative planning. The technical facilities are concealed “behind the wall” getting its work done reliably.

The product design plays a central role with MEPA -  , because the visual appearance and functionality must convince the customer.




Splash water, run-off water and water vapour – no other area in a building is stressed so intensively by water as bathrooms and sanitary rooms. These areas must therefore be permanently protected against moisture.



Unrestricted use and comfort in the bathroom. For barrier-free planning of sanitary rooms, this means spacious movement areas, generous door opening measures and a smooth access to showers, toilets and other facilities.