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28th January 2021
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KBB Show debut for Krushr
KBB Preview: Hall 18, Stand L120
Making its KBB Show debut is Krushr, demonstrating its range of recycling compactors for built-in or fully integrated kitchen installation.
Krushr provides consumers with an innovative solution to handling household waste whilst retailers can add value to the kitchen sale with this 'next generation' appliance. Krushr is actively building its retailer network, offering a generous sales and marketing support package plus a special KBB Show discount on display orders placed by Friday 4th May.
Krushr's development has been inspired by global demand to increase recycling rates and reduce the overall volume of waste. Its importance in the UK is heightened by the reduction in bin collection services and the variance in the type of collection service across the different regions. Krushr resolves the storage issue in the home - keeping things tidy and simple, meaning fewer trips to outside bins and alleviating the problems of excess waste.
Separate drawer compartments allow waste segregation, then Krushr compacts bulky packaging materials such as cardboard, cans and plastic to reduce the volume by at least 75%. With push-button operation, the metal crush cycle takes 17 seconds for 800 kg and the packaging cycle takes 30 seconds for 600 kg.
Meeting the needs of a family to a single-occupier, Krushr is available to fit standard size spaces: 150mm, 250mm, 400mm and 600mm. The appliance has automatic anti-jam and anti-overload detection. The safety cut-off prevents operation whilst the drawers are open.
Krushr MD, Martin Preen says: "Isn't it great to be talking about a UK success story where UK engineers have developed a kitchen appliance for global consumption."
2nd March 2012