Offering more choice for its customers, Leisure Sinks has launched a collection of granite and fire-clay ceramic sinks, as well as 39 new WRAS-approved kitchen taps. The launch also marks the company’s 90th anniversary.
The Nova granite sinks have been designed to combine style with functionality and durability. Available in Black, Grey or White, Nova comprises 1000 x 500mm single-bowl, 860 x 500mm compact single-bowl and 1000 x 500mm 1.5-bowl models constructed from granite composite, which is impact, shock and UV resistant.
Also joining the portfolio are two fire-clay ceramic sinks – Primrose and Loxley. A modern twist on a traditional favourite, Primrose is a Belfast sit-on model measuring 595 x 455mm and features a weir-style overflow. Loxley boasts a classic yet contemporary design and can be specified in single- or 1.5-bowl options – both can be fitted as an undermount or inset sink.
In response to the demand for stylish, WRAS (Water Regulations Advisory Scheme) approved products, Leisure Sinks has also introduced 39 new taps and three finishes, providing trade customers with a wider choice of refreshed designs. All models benefit from a Neoperl Aerator, which reduces splash and eliminates side spray.
The designs range from pillar and deck mixer taps to monobloc models, such as the AquaSpirit 1933 pull-out tap. Celebrating the year Leisure Sinks began manufacturing stainless steel sinks, AquaSpirit 1933 nods to the industrial era with a hexagonal handle design and knurled spout detail.
The launch also includes new models within the company’s Aquanomic range of taps, each featuring factory-fitted flow restrictors, developed in accordance with the latest Building Regulations.
James Cunningham, Sales Director at Leisure Sinks, said: “We’re delighted to release this exceptional range of new products as we celebrate 90 years of Leisure Sinks. As the home of stainless steel sinks, we’re renowned for providing housebuilders and contractors with high-quality products that stand the test of time. The new products meet the growing demand for sinks and taps in modern finishes, materials and designs, making them perfect for a wide range of applications, while offering our trade customers more choice to support their projects.”
The company has also released a 2023 sinks and taps brochure featuring new and existing products, as well as a specification guide that outlines full product details, codes and bowl dimensions. The new brochure is available to view online or download from the Leisure Sinks website, with hard copies also available upon request. For more information, please visit www.leisuresinks.co.uk.