Grohe launches new kitchen faucet line
Beirut, May 24, 2011
Grohe, a leading brand of sanitary fittings, has launched its new K7 line of faucets for domestic kitchens.
K7 is a professionally-designed collection of kitchen faucets which includes a new digital variant, the company said.
Closely modelled on faucets for professional kitchens, the K7 range has been created for heavy duty use and maximum practicality on a day-to-day basis. Its minimalist architectural design gives the line a stylish appearance which appeals to people seeking to imbue their kitchen with added value, a statement said.
K7 fills the gap between professional faucets for large commercial kitchens and conventional kitchen sinks, it added.
The line is based on a modular system offering a matching solution for every kitchen. An aesthetic highlight comes in the form of the two-hole faucets which display K7’s clear forms. The spray features a 360 degrees swivel spout spray for optimum flexibility. A rocker switch allows the user to change between the spray and mousseur functions without having to interrupt the water flow.
SpeedClean technology protects the aerator and the spray nozzles against the build-up of limescale – any deposits can simply be removed by wiping with a fingertip.
The lever of the K7 single-lever mixer can be turned backwards and forwards by 30 per cent and 70 per cent, respectively. This design allows for comfortable lever operation even if the faucet is installed close to a wall.
Grohe SilkMove technology ensures accurate control of the water flow at all times. An adjustable volume limiter can be used to reduce water consumption, contributing to sensible resource management.
The width of the K7 range caters to all preferences and expectations. The professional version comes as a single-lever mixer, as a two-hole faucet and as a single lever mixer with separate professional spray.-TradeArabia News Service
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