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Candy launches first NFC dishwasher

Candy launches first NFC dishwasher Candy has launched its first freestanding dishwasher range that features Near Field Communications (NFC) technology. Similar to that used for public transport card readers, touch payment terminals and smartphone payment systems, NFC technology can be activated by an Android device, without the need for WiFi.

Franke’s new Minerva Electronic 4-in-1

Franke’s new Minerva Electronic 4-in-1 Franke’s new Minerva Electronic 4-in-1 tap offers instant 100°C boiling and cold filtered water at the push of a button.

New kitchen tap from Conti+

New kitchen tap from Conti+ The hybrid tap from Conti+ uses an infrared sensor to provide touch-free activation of the water flow, or it can be operated manually using the mono-lever mixer.

New Marble Collection from CRL Stone

New Marble Collection from CRL Stone The Marble Collection by CRL Quartz offers all the beauty of the real thing, with a highly durable material that is simple to care for.

Craven Dunnill Bijou Wall Tiles

Craven Dunnill Bijou Wall Tiles The new Bijou range of interior wall tiles complements mainstream designer paint collections and the enamel colours of fashionable range cookers.

 

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InSinkErator® presents new showroom brochure

Full Showroom Collection range is available through exclusive distribution partners

Grand Designs success for GROHE

GROHE’s UK Marketing Director Raj Mistry, has labelled Grand Designs a “tremendous success“.

GROHE included in 'Change the World' top 50

The US business magazine Fortune includes GROHE

designjunction celebrates show success

28,000 visited King’s Cross site over four days

InSinkErator® food waste survey

Parents serve, on average, 1,460 meals and end up throwing more than a quarter in the bin