With a heritage of almost 230 years in manufacturing high quality stainless steel products for commercial washrooms and kitchens, Franke Washroom Systems is now set to become one of the leading suppliers of solid-surface sanitaryware products.
The recent launch of Miranit Bespoke basins from Franke Washroom Systems (also known as Franke Sissons) is to be extended once again, during Winter 2013, with the launch of Miranit High Gloss Washtroughs. These striking washtroughs are precast in one complete piece and seamless thanks to the Franke Washroom Systems moulded manufacturing process.
Developed for Retail, Leisure, Education and Corporate washrooms, the solid Miranit material used for the High Gloss Washtroughs combines strength and durability with the highest possible hygiene performance. The Miranit High Gloss Gelcoat layer which covers the surface is resistant to limescale and thus prevents bacteria buildup and ensures cleaning is super quick. There is choice of two lengths; 1200mm (for 2 users) and 1800mm (for 3 users).
Furthermore, the new Miranit washtroughs are available with an optional and complementing Miranit splashback and with deck mounted or wall mounted Self closing or electronic taps. All Franke Washroom Systems taps are WRAS approved and meet BMA water saving criteria. Special variants can made if required with deck mounted soap dispensers and without overflow.
Franke Washroom Systems is well known for its manufacturer of high quality stainless steel products for hardwearing commercial washroom and catering environments. With the development of the elegant Miranit ranges, we are seeing increasing demand for these hard-wearing, great looking products for both their enduring and practical advantages but also for their obvious visual appeal. Says Victoria Himsworth, Product Marketing Manager. Miranit is an ideal product for schools, offices and even shopping centres areas where products not only work very, very hard but must maintain their great looks too.
All Franke Washroom Systems products comply with all current CE Marking requirements and the exclusive Miranit material and products will be the subject of a new CPD over the coming months.