Reginox launches Admiral 40 – The smart sink for small spaces


Sinks, taps and accessories manufacturer, Reginox, has launched the Admiral 40, a stylish stainless steel sink that is ideal for installation where space is tight.

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Featuring modern styling combined with a number of accessories, the sink has a standard size bowl and a half drainer and measures 615 x 490mm in total, with a bowl depth of 180mm. Manufactured in 18/10 stainless steel, it is the perfect compact sink for the smaller kitchen or new build apartment where style and quality are high on the list of requirements. It is also equally suitable for use in utility rooms.

When a compact sink is required but budget really is the key priority, Reginox also offers the RegiDrain, a single bowl and half drainer stainless steel sink that measures just 595mm x 470mm in total and has a depth of 160mm.

Both the Admiral 60 and the RegiDrain have 90mm wastes and are supplied complete with waste, overflow and fitting kit. Accessories including a wooden cutting board and stainless steel wire basket are available with the RegiDrain, whilst the Admiral 60 is also offered with a plastic or stainless colander.

As a manufacturer of nearly 1 million sinks each year, Reginox’s range includes in excess of 140 different models, including stainless steel, ceramic and granite options. With taps, waste disposals and a full range of practical and functional accessories also available, Reginox is well positioned to provide the total sink solution.

For further information contact Reginox on tel: 01260 280033; email sales@reginox.co.uk or visit www.reginox.co.uk

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