Fragranite From Franke Goes Round!

Thursday, March 19, 2020

Tags: FrankesinkPrep BowlFragranite

Wonderful new design innovation from Franke.

The popular, stylish and durable Fragranite Sinks with the integrated Sanitized hygiene function comes in an all new style!

 

The Ronda has arrived! Meet Franke’s brand new range of coloured prep bowls, introduced to diversify the current Fragranite range and give you more options to find the perfect sink to blend in beautifully with your kitchen.

RONDA ROG610-41

A Ronda ROG610-41 prep bowl is a great addition to supplement washing up space and certainly comes in handy for washing hands and rinsing glasses when your other sink is full of dirty dishes.

The Ronda prep bowl range includes a tap landing and is designed for inset installation. This round bowl is the perfect solution for tight design spaces, or in addition to a double bowl sink in larger kitchen designs.

Manufactured in Slovakia, the ROG610-41 is available in Polar White, Onyx and Stone Grey, Supplied with 90mm basket strainer waste fitting with overflow kit.

 

SAY BYE-BYE BACTERIA.

Franke’s processed Fragranite has a subtle shine and feels warm to the touch. The surface is finely textured but not porous, ensuring a high standard of hygiene.

All Fragranite sinks feature a bacteria-repelling surface that lasts a lifetime. Cleanliness is an important ingredient in every recipe, which is why Fragranite is treated with Sanitized®. Its silver ions reduce bacteria and microbe growth by 99% and that means better hygiene and easier clean-up.

 

TOUGH WHEN THINGS GET ROUGH

Fragranite material is made from quartz, one of the hardest materials known to man and treated properly, your sink will last a lifetime.  Fragranite is resistant to impacts and thermal shock and will withstand temperatures up to 180° C for a maximum of 30 minutes or up to 280 °C for a maximum of 10 seconds.

 

To find out more about Franke South Africa's Range of Fragranite Sinks, visit www.franke.co.za or follow Franke on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

 

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