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16th March 2018
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Leisure Sinks goes with the Aquaflow!
The Aquanomic Aquaflow (TAF1CM/-AN) kitchen mixer tap from Leisure Sinks has been designed as an economical way of complying with the latest Building Regulations and the Code for Sustainable Homes. Manufactured from robustly engineered chrome brass, the tap is 175mm high and capable of operating at pressures up to 4.0 bar.
The Aquanomic Aquaflow has factory-fitted flow restrictors, making installation no more complicated than other taps - saving time for the installer. The Aquanomic range has been developed using a water usage calculator to ensure that flow is restricted to 3.8 litres per minute, ensuring less waste and lower running costs.
"We are constantly working hard to ensure the quality of our taps remains constantly high, utilising the best materials, high standards of workmanship, and a dedication to excellence that's second to none," says John Peter, Director of Trade Sales at Leisure Sinks. "By always striving to deliver robust and compliant taps at affordable prices, the many attributes of the Aquanomic Aquaflow will undoubtedly prove popular throughout new build and retrofit projects alike."
Combining style, quality and engineering excellence, Leisure Sinks offers a vast selection of taps, with styles ranging from elegant swan-necked to practical pillar taps, with many designs to match homeowners' choice of sink. All of the company's taps come complete with a five-year warranty.
All Leisure Sinks products are regularly tested by independent inspectors to guarantee that they are kept to the highest standards.
Leisure Sinks, which is part of AGA Rangemaster, is the largest manufacturer of domestic stainless steel sinks in the UK, and 2013 sees the company celebrate its 80th anniversary. The brand has built its reputation on quality, consistency and longevity.
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