KBzine: the original kitchen and bathroom industry e-news - since 2002
24th March 2017
We strongly recommend viewing KBzine full size in your web browser. Click our masthead above to visit our website version.
New Pulsar tap range from Pegler Yorkshire lights up the market
Pegler Yorkshire is demonstrating it still has its finger on the pulse of the tap market. With the introduction of several new tap ranges in 2009, Pulsar is the latest offering from the Francis Pegler portfolio for 2010.
Clean, fresh and minimalistic, Pulsar is designed to give an exciting new look to any bathroom or kitchen. The kitchen bridge mixer with its gracefully arched spout is a particularly striking design, but with 14 distinctive pieces in the range, strong interest is anticipated.
In recognition of the drive to conserve water, the Pulsar portfolio will offer eco versions throughout the range. Even on full flow, the taps are still water saving by comparison to more traditional products, but to save additional water, the handles come with three flow positions. Position one is suitable for brushing teeth, while position two provides enough water for hand washing. The maximum flow is used for basin fill. These versions will help make a contribution to the inevitable release of Part G of the building regulations and ever changing legislation in this area.
"With our new ranges we have tried to respond to customer feedback calling for more competitive prices for designer products," says product market manager Mike Dickinson. "Pulsar is the perfect example, allowing customers facing difficult financial conditions to still afford products from our designer portfolio, without compromise on build quality."
Together with other new ranges Ebro, Izzi, Rossi and Haze, Loko taps and mixers are part of the Pegler Yorkshire policy of responding to changing needs and conditions in the market and producing new products based on customer needs and requirements.
Pulsar, Ebro, Loko, Izzi, Rossi and Haze are available now.
T: 0870 1200 284
F: 01302 367 661
8th January 2010