New Franke Sink Mixers: The Perfect Mix Of Form And Function

Friday, November 17, 2017

Tags: Sink MixersKitchen Taps

Finding the perfect sink mixer for your kitchen just got a whole lot easier now that we’ve added 4 new kitchen taps to our range!

With cutting-edge technology and expertly crafted design, the Neptune Clear Water Filter Flow, Pescara 360° Professional, Flexus Professional and Active Plus sink mixers set the precedent for kitchen taps of the future.

Here’s a look at what you can expect from these innovate Franke mixers:


Complete Your Dream Kitchen With These Stylish Taps

The Neptune Clear Water Filter Flow

This Franke sink mixer is kitchen class personified! Its beautifully polished look and bright chrome finish adds a refined sense of style to any kitchen design and its water purification filter allows you to experience the luxury of filtered water on tap.

The Pescara 360 Professional


Standing 460 mm tall and flaunting an extremely elegant curve, the Pescara 360° Professional is a lot more than meets the eye. At first glance this kitchen tap looks pretty straightforward, but examine it a little more carefully and you’ll discover the retractable hose, which you can unclip to rinse your dishes or veggies!

The Flexus Professional

Searching for a Franke sink mixer that gives you more flexibility? The Flexus Professional is the acrobat of the kitchen. Once you unclip the spout, you can effortlessly control the direction and flow of water. It also boasts two different water dispensing features: continuous flow for filling the sink and spray function for rinsing dishes and veggies.

The Active Plus Sink Mixer

Available in Polar White and Onyx, the Active Plus offers the perfect colour complement to our Maris and Kubus Fragranite sink range. Featuring a handle that can swivel 180° and a ceramic disc cartridge, this sink mixer has everything a modern kitchen needs.

Want to find out more about these new Franke sink mixers? Give us a call on 0861 372 653 and we’ll be glad to assist with any queries you may have.

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