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19th May 2017
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Linear thinking from Leisure Sinks
Practical and robust, the Linear range of sinks from Leisure Sinks is proving to be a hit throughout a number of market sectors, especially local authorities, housebuilders and developers.
There are currently 14 models in the range, two of which (the LN950 and LN950XS) have been awarded the coveted BSI Kitemark. Every Linear sink is made from high grade 18/10 stainless steel, with gauges ranging from 0.6 to 0.9. As with all Leisure Sinks, every stainless steel model is manufactured in the UK and benefits from a 10-year warranty as standard.
The BSI Kitemarked, single bowl Linear LN950 measures 950mm x 508mm overall, while boasting a main bowl size of 420 x 350 x 180mm.
Manufactured from 0.9 gauge stainless steel, this sink fits a 500mm cabinet, while it also features a 35mm tap hole and bright, reversible drainer. These attributes are shared in the main by the Linear LN950XS, except this model has a larger base size of 600mm and a main bowl size of 420 x 400 x 180mm.
"The Linear collection of sinks is proving to be extremely popular among housing developers and local authorities, as well as specifiers, contractors and our merchant customers," reveals John Peter, Director of Trade Sales at Leisure Sinks. "They are certainly among our most sought after sinks - especially the two Kitemarked models - primarily because of their quality and satin finish.
"The stainless steel construction will certainly stand the test of time, which adds to the sinks' appeal and suitability for social housing projects, as well as those in the private and public sectors. The Linear range offers longevity and value for money - two vital elements, whatever the application."
The BSI Kitemark accreditation further demonstrates Leisure Sinks' commitment to producing high class, robust sinks. All models meet the exacting criteria set out by several international standards, including ISO 14001, signifying excellent environmental management systems, and ISO 9001, which recognises fully integrated quality management systems.
16th May 2014