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Leisure Sinks range installed in Stratford Halo Project

* Leisure-sinks-Halo-project.jpgMore than 400 inset, fully reversible stainless steel Euroline EL9501 sinks and a combination of Aquaflux TFL1CM and Aquadisc TAD2CM taps from Leisure Sinks are being installed within the landmark Stratford Halo project. The development features seven blocks of between seven and 43 storeys, and includes the pioneering Halo Tower, which will be one of the tallest residential blocks in Europe.

Euroline sinks, Aquadisc 2 and Aquaflux taps were supplied by Croydon-based Price Kitchens, a manufacturer supplying the contract housing market, to the project contractors, Ardmore Construction.

Commenting about the Leisure Sinks' products, Niall Shine, Quantity Surveyor, Ardmore Construction said: "Ease of installation, durability and cost effectiveness is a priority within this development - and that's why we chose the Leisure Sinks' range of sinks and taps."

Measuring 950mm x 508mm overall, the Euroline EL9501 has a generous main bowl size of 340mm x 424mm x 150mm and is manufactured from 0.7mm gauge 18/10 stainless steel with a rigid frame construction - meaning the sink won't bend or flex under pressure.

The Euroline is available in a modern, high shine polished finish and as part of the sink and tap pack in order to provide added value for the end-user, it is also supplied with a waste kit and a Leisure Sinks branded stainless steel tap hole stopper.

To make specification simple, the Euroline range of sinks is completely reversible with the overflow positioned centrally on the drainer side of the bowl. Plus, to underpin their
quality each Euroline is supplied with a 10 year guarantee.

Manufactured from chrome-plated, high quality brass, the Aquadisc 2 mixer tap operates on a minimum 0.3 bar and a maximum 5.0 bar pressure.

The Aquaflux tap specified is a regular dual lever monobloc model in chrome and is designed to deliver a minimum pressure of 0.3 bar and a maximum pressure of 5.0 bar.

Both taps are also offered in Leisure Sinks' Aquanomic range of flow restricted taps, which comply with the latest building regulations and the highest level of the Code for Sustainable Homes.

 

www.leisuresinks.co.uk
www.pricekitchens.co.uk

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