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STAINLESS STEEL


love affair with stainless steel shows no sign of waning. Undoubtedly, the growth of ceramic and granite-based products over the past few years has been noticeable, but steel unequivocally remains the soul of the kitchen sink market here in the UK. Steel offers so much versatility and, with


advanced manufacturing techniques, we are seeing steel sink designs becoming increasingly creative year on year, with new shapes, angles, depths, profiles and even finishes being introduced. Our unique RegiColor collection, launched three years ago, saw the introduction of coloured stainless steel sinks, and PVD


Comment by Dave Mayer Sales & Marketing Director, Reginox


The enduring appeal of stainless steel D


espite the growth of alternative sink materials, the British homeowner’s


technology has led to an increasing trend for sinks finished in metallic-look golds, coppers and silvers.


The stainless steel taps market has also seen significant advancements, with monobloc taps now being available in brushed steel, PVD, coloured and matt finishes. Even boiling hot water taps, which have seen massive growth over the past couple of years, are starting to become accessible in more aesthetically pleasing and creative designs – a factor that will no doubt lead to them being installed as standard in all new homes before too long. The scope for future innovation appears to be


limitless and we are lucky to have a material that will enable us, as manufacturers, to continue to push the boundaries.


Reginox –Miami Nice R


eginox’s Miami sink range is available in three on-trend and versatile


colours – Gold, Copper and Gun Metal. Manufactured from stainless steel, the sinks are treated with PVD technology to give them a unique eye-catching colour and finish that will add instant dynamism to the kitchen. Featuring a clean and contemporary angular


design, softened by a small 10mm radius, Miami sinks are offered as either a square 40 x 40 or rectangular 50 x 40 bowl. The sinks coordinate perfectly in terms of both colour and design with the company’s Acri taps, which mimic the angular


shape of the sink range and feature a single lever operation and swivel spout.


Old meets new with Vechi Reginox has launched Vechi, a 3 in 1 instant boiling hot water tap featuring a traditional design. The latest addition to the company’s popular Amanzi collection of 3 in 1 taps, Vechi has been introduced to add both style and modern convenience to the more classically designed kitchen, and offers the perfect partner to any ceramic sink. Featuring a polished chrome finish and white ceramic handles, Vechi provides the same


performance and design as Reginox’s original Amanzi chrome and Amanzi brushed steel hot taps. Both standard hot and cold water are dispensed through an elegant 360° swivel mixer spout, which ensures ease of use and flexibility. Boiling hot water, which has an adjustable temperature of between 75 and 98°c, is instantly dispensed via the child-safe spring locked handle and runs independently through the centre of the spout, ensuring the tap is always cool to the touch. For further information contact Reginox.


01260 280033 email sales@reginox.co.ukwww.reginox.co.uk


42 BKU AUGUST 2019


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