Extremely hard, puristic and elegant
The market launch of stainless steel kitchen worktops in Durinox some years ago was a quantum leap for the Blanco SteelArt high-tech production facility. The fantastic looks and excellent performance characteristics of this fascinating material innovation are unparalleled. Because the remarkable thing about Durinox is that it is extremely resistant to scratching and more than twice as hard as conventional stainless steel. Another characteristic feature is the matt velvet look of its homogeneous surface. Four Zerox undermount bowls were recently added to the SteelArt programme. Matching the 40 cm, 45 cm, 60 cm and 80 cm wide base cabinets, these eye-catching models extend the range of planning options.
The new undermount bowls are known for their consistently rectangular sink geometry with zero-radius corners, and their puristic design provides an unusual focal point in the discerning home ambience. A particularly elegant look is created in combination with exclusive worktops made from dark natural stone. Optional, exclusive and carefully designed accessories are also available for the new Zerox bowls in Durinox: such as a docking, stainless steel drainer, or a beautifully shaped, walnut cutting board with a stainless steel handle. What all the sinks also have in common is the concealed C-overflow and the perfectly integrated and innovative InFino waste system.
The manufacture of the Durinox material innovation is based on aerospace technologies, which Blanco has developed further with special, shot peening processes. With custom-made worktops, front and back panels and weld-in Durinox sinks – and now recently, single bowls for undermounting as well – Blanco SteelArt provides exquisite solutions for discerning and individual kitchen designs. The company can look back on decades of experience in stainless steel processing, and has already received the “Materialica Design + Technology Gold Award 2014” for its innovative surface.
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