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Carron Phoenix's Carlow combines classic appeal with popular sink sizing
Carron Phoenix's Carlow 150 ceramic sink draws together three key design threads in one single model, giving it a lot of bang for its bucks. As a one and a half bowl sink that fits a 600mm cabinet, it offers the most popular sink option; the premium ceramic material works superbly with the current fashion trend for traditional furniture styles and as an undermount sink it offers the flexibility for installation in a range of worksurface materials. The sink was developed as part of Carron's Summer product update and is newly available.
The Carlow 150's large bowl measures 390 x 335 x 180mm with the smaller one 280 x 145 x 115mm, offering a functional sink space while fitting in a standard 600mm cabinet. Adding a stylish and modern touch is the Revolution overflow and basket strainer waste. The smart polished chrome flat disk sits flush with the base of the sink and is operated by a simple click action to seal the sink and hold in water, or release it.
Says Neil Clark, sales and marketing director:
"Ceramic is a very popular sink material but its typically associated with Belfast or inset sinks and consumers wants a broader choice than that now. The Carlow range gives them a more modern interpretation in an undermount style, which gives it much wider design scope."
In addition to the Carlow 150, there are four other single bowl models, ranging from the oblong shaped 50, 100 and 105 to the round bowl 400.
The sinks are top quality, kiln dried, ceramic, with a lustrous and smooth finish and designed with gentle curves within the bowl making them very easy to keep clean. Carlow also has a flat rim detail giving it the flexibility for undermounting into a range of worksurface materials including wood, granite, marble and solid surface.
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2nd December 2011