Kohler expands kitchen sink line
Dubai, July 13, 2011
Kohler, a leading German manufacturer of kitchen and bath products, has expanded its Vault thin-rim fabricated stainless steel kitchen sink line with the launch of three new functional models.
The Apron Front, Smart Divide and Entertainment stainless steel sinks are designed to provide a functional kitchen solution, whilst offering value and modern aesthetics a statement said.
“The kitchen is often the first place in people’s homes to be remodelled in this region, as it is the focal point for family and friend bonding through meal preparation,” said Mohamed Nada, regional marketing manager for Kohler in the Middle East.
“Sinks perform a crucial role in the kitchen, so it is essential that they not only look great, but perform their function flawlessly too,” he added.
When installed as self-rim, the sink’s ledge is only 1.25 mm thick, making the transition from sink to countertop appear seamless, a statement said.
Constructed from 18-gauge stainless steel, the new Vault line stainless steel sinks include a bottom-basin rack, and utilise Silent Shield technology to reduce noise and vibration during normal use.
“The new Vault Line sinks minimalist design is easy on the eye and built to last, and thanks to the Silent Shield technology, will ensure conversation in kitchens across the region flow as seamlessly as the Vault Line’s transition from sink to countertop. With the Vault Line, Kohler has shown that silence is not just golden, it is stainless steel too,” added Nada. – TradeArabia News Service
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