Mixer with rinse: a must have

Fittings producer Perrin & Rowe recently debuted their new mixer design, the Io in the UAE. A sleek, contemporary bridge mixer, the mixer is available with lever or crosshead handles.

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By  Eudore Chand Published  December 14, 2003

|~|contemp_rinse_200w.jpg|~||~|Fittings producer Perrin & Rowe recently debuted their new mixer design, the Io in the UAE. A sleek, contemporary bridge mixer, the mixer is available with lever or crosshead handles and finishes include chrome, nickel or pewter. Despite the attractiveness of its finish, perhaps its most impressive design feature is the patented matching ‘rinse’.

Perfect for rinsing vegetables or spritzing dirty cutlery and crockery before going to the dishwasher, the rinse has quickly become a must-have accessory for the European kitchen. An insulated, sculpted handle and a 120 cm, flully flexible hose makes the rinse easy and versatile to use and unlike competitors designs, the Perrin & Rowe rinse is not connected to the mains supply of water. This means that flooding is virtually impossible.

Best of all, the Perrin & Rowe rinse has been especially designed to work effectively with very low water pressure, and the incorporation of patented diverter technology allows the rinse to be efficient from just 1 bar of water pressure upwards.

Three styles of rinse, (contemporary, country and traditional) in chrome, nickel and pewter are available, which means that a matching rinse is available for every tap from the Perrin & Rowe collection.

The Triflow drinking water filtration tap is also available. The Triflow system was invented and patented by Avilion, the company behind Perrin & Rowe, over 10 years ago. Since then, sales in Europe and the USA have boomed, and Triflows are marketed and sold exclusively by the Swiss company, Francke.

Although Triflow taps look like a normal Kitchen tap with hot and cold water supplies, a secondary waterway is concealed within the Triflow’s body and spout. When the tap’s third, pure lever is selected, cold water is diverted through Swiss manufactured premium grade, ceramic and carbon cartridge. The cartridge removes impurities, bacteria and pollutants down to 0.2 of a micron from the water before it is dispensed from the Triflow’s separate spout.

The system is up to five times more efficient that reverse osmosis or UV filtration systems. Triflow taps and their counterparts are manufactured to an ISO 9001 accredited process in the UK.

For more information, please email: steve@avilion.co.uk||**||

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