Blanco Divon stainless steel sink

BLANCO’s DIVON – the perfect stainless steel model for today’s busy kitchen

There may be an array of beautiful new materials to choose from when it comes to manufacturing a contemporary sink but one of the all-time favourites, which has stood the test of time, is the stainless steel option.

Today, the kitchen sink must be multi-functional and durable; and accessories, waste disposal units and matching taps should be accessible for all ranges. Aesthetics are all important too as people spend more time in their kitchens; and stainless steel sinks enjoy just as much design prowess as the newer materials.

One example is BLANCO’s DIVON sink which makes a striking addition to any workspace area. It is a beautifully shaped sink with clean lines and a geometric look. The straight-lined bowls feature an elegant 10mm corner radius so that all kitchen schemes can be accommodated.  BLANCO’s covered C-overflow™ and InFino® strainer complete the simple look and make for easy maintenance.

The DIVON, which features a large bowl and flat usable base, comes in three models and the large bowl can be situated on either the left or the right. The DIVON II 5 S-IF comprises a large bowl (450mm x 370mm) and drainer while the DIVON II 8 S-IF is made up of two 350mm bowls. Accessories include a stainless steel colander, a glass cutting board and a foldable grid.  The DIVON II 6 S-IF is configured as a 350mm bowl with a 170m hand bowl and, along with the accessories above, can be accompanied by a black synthetic plastic wave drainer.

For further information on BLANCO UK, please call 01923 635 200 or visit


Founded over 90 years ago, the company is now one of the leading manufacturers of sinks and kitchen mixer taps worldwide. With subsidiaries in Europe, North America and Asia, plus its trading partners, BLANCO has a presence in about 100 countries all over the world and offers its customers a portfolio that is perfectly tailored to consumer needs. 

The company headquarters and key production sites are in southwest Germany.

Founded in 1925 by Heinrich Blanc, today BLANCO is part of BLANC & FISCHER Family Holding and has won multiple employer awards.

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