Franke Reno / Danube 1.5 bowl Polished Stainless Steel Sink, Tap & Waste Kit

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Franke Reno / Danube 1.5 bowl Polished Stainless Steel Sink, Tap & Waste Kit

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Franke Reno / Danube 1.5 bowl Polished Stainless Steel Sink, Tap & Waste Kit Franke Reno / Danube 1.5 bowl Polished Stainless Steel Sink, Tap & Waste Kit Franke Reno / Danube 1.5 bowl Polished Stainless Steel Sink, Tap & Waste Kit



£19.60 per KG

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An essential addition to any kitchen, this satin sink, tap & waste kit from Franke's Danube range is made from sturdy stainless steel. It has 1.5 bowls, a reversible drainer and 2 tap holes, ready for you to add the taps of your choice.

  • Guarantee - 50 years manufacturers guarantee
  • Comes with - 1x tap hole cover, 1x round overflow & 1x 3-1/2" Waste kit

Features and Benefits

This stylish satin finish sink and solid brass chrome-plated tap come with a reversible drainer for flexible installation

  • Features a satin finish, rounded edges and ceramic discs for a durable yet aesthetically pleasing look
  • Suitable for high & low pressure systems
  • Includes built-in aerator
  • Guarantee of 50 years on sink, 1 year on waste kit, 5 years on tap parts and 1 year on tap finish
  • Suitable for any worktop in your home

Technical Specifications

Technical specification of Franke Reno / Danube 1.5 bowl Polished Stainless Steel Sink, Tap & Waste Kit
Surface finish Polished
Material Stainless Steel
Number of bowls 1.5 bowl
Length (mm) 1000mm
Depth (mm) 500mm
Height (mm) 220mm
Diameter (mm) 500mm
Width (mm) 500mm
Number of tap holes 2
Overflow Included Overflow included
Model Reno 150 / Danube
Drainer Reversible drainer

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