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28th January 2021


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KBB Preview: Salice set to stand out from the crowd

* Salice-lapis-croma.jpgStand 100, located in Row O

Salice will be exhibiting its range of furniture fittings for kitchens, bedrooms and bathrooms at the KBB show. Visitors will be able to view a selection of the product range, including the Slider S20 two-door coplanar sliding system which is a popular choice with today's designers due to its combined features of reliability, aesthetic design and ergonomic advantages. Slider S20 is suitable for kitchen cabinets, sideboards and small wall cabinets, up to a weight of 20kg and offers versatile and easy installation.

Also on display will be Eclipse, which is a pocket door system that features an assisted soft-close door return mechanism and a door opening safety device. Eclipse incorporates the exclusive Bortoluzzi synchronised cam movement and is easy to install, adjust and inspect in situ, as all three movements are adjusted from the front of the cabinet.

Lapis is the new system from the Salice Silentia hinge range, offering an aesthetic appeal coupled with premium performance. With 12 finishes, including satin chrome, glossy gold and dull brown, and an amazing 144 combinations, Lapis offers a high degree of personalisation, meeting the requirements of producers of any kind of furniture.

Visitors can also experience Unica concealed runners which combine push self opening with soft closing action.

Salice Sales and Technical Teams will be providing assistance to visitors and explaining the numerous reasons why Salice remains a preferred choice for designers, architects and manufacturers keen to incorporate state-of-the-art features to differentiate their offering from the competition.

T: 01480 413831
W: www.saliceuk.co.uk

24th January 2014

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