Grohe unveils new kitchen upgrades
Beirut, March 25, 2012
Grohe, one of the world's leading manufacturers of sanitary fittings, has announced the launch of its innovative upgrades for hitech kitchens for the Middle East and Africa region.
The company said the new Grohe Blue and Red units are being launched in specific markets in the region after water testing analysis was positive for drinking.
These products made their debut appearance in the Middle East region at the Grohe's stand at the recent Horeca exhibition held in Lebanon.
Grohe said its water systems, 'Blue Chilled' for great-tasting, water and 'Red' for instant boiling water at all times, add a whole new dimension to the kitchen sink, turning it into a convenient ‘water bar’, equipped with attractive design products.
'These models are from now on not only available with a C-spout but also with a spout in modern U-shape,' it added.
The impressive faucet is the modern eye-catcher in any kitchen and encourages self-service. Nothing could be easier than tapping a glass of Blue, said the sanitary giant in its statement.
'State-of-the-art technology makes Blue exceedingly easy to handle. The fitter installs the compact cooling box, the filter and the CO2 bottle under the sink and exchanges the conventional kitchen faucet for the special Blue faucet.'
'Two separate water channels mean that the filtered water and the conventional mixed water never come into contact with one another. A lever controls the unfiltered tap water. Both are easy to replace without the help of a specialist,' the statement added.-TradeArabia News Service
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