Franke introduce their innovative Integrated Sink Waste.
January 13th, 2011
Franke combines advanced innovation and elegant design with its new, improved hygienic integrated waste. It represents the attention to detail that makes Franke a world leader in quality, design and innovation.
The highly practical and stunning design reflects true Swiss perfection in its finest form.
The low profile design extends below the sink to further increase the useable cabinet space and feed the outlet to the rear of the cupboard allowing for Franke waste bins to fit under the sink.
Franke’s new range of sinks will come standard with this new hygienic integrated waste like the Epos 651 – featuring stainless steel bowls with stunning surround available in black or white glass.
The Epos range is available in a single bowl (EOV 611) or one and a half bowl models (EOV 651) with left- or right-hand drainer.
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