We specialise in high-quality kitchen and bathroom fixtures that unite durability, longevity, and aesthetic form.
Solid brass is the most commonly used material across our entire range. Our solid brass is an alloy of 61% copper and 36% zinc and other elements, including phosphorus, aluminium, magnesium, and lead.
Our stainless steel products contain no lead and are very resistant to corrosion, with high-yield strength. This means they can withstand high-stress conditions with a reduced chance of permanent damage. Our stainless steel items come in either two grades: 304 stainless steel or 316 stainless steel.
304 Stainless Steel
304 grade stainless steel is more durable than brass, making it a premium offering that is well-suited for commercial and indoor use. 304 stainless steel contains a high amount of nickel and chromium content. Other major alloying elements include manganese, silicon, carbon, and iron.
316 Stainless Steel
316 grade stainless steel is applied to our outdoor product range. This grade is commonly used for marine applications due to its higher resistance to acids, and chlorides, including salt. 316 has a similar composition to 304, with the notable addition of molybdenum, giving it superior resistance to corrosion and making it suitable for use in chloride environments.
Our solid surface is an engineered material composed of aluminium trihydrate (ATH), acrylic, epoxy or polyester resins and pigments. This combination is remarkably strong and durable, giving a natural stone-like feel. Solid surface is mainly applied in the construction of our basins and baths.
Acrylic is a material we use across our range of baths. They are vacuum moulded products made of acrylic resin and reinforced with fibreglass. Additionally, our acrylic baths feature double walls to increase thermal insulation.
Physical Vapour Deposition (PVD)
With the highest durability, our PVD treated finishes include brushed brass, brushed copper, brushed nickel, brushed gunmetal, and select matte black products. PVD is a technique in which a solid material is placed in a vaporised vacuum environment and then deposited onto substrates as a pure material or alloy composition coating. The process transfers the vaporised atoms from the target to the substrate. The coating builds up and bonds to the surface, providing an extremely pure and high-performance coating.
Advanced Electroplating Application (AEA)
Our second most durable colouring process, AEA, is applied to our chrome and some of our matte black finishes. This is when a product is coated with a layer of chromium, nickel, or coloured alternative using the process of electrolysis. This aids the product's overall longevity, including its resistance to corrosion and general wear and tear.
PrimeShield Lacquer Technology (PSLT)
We treat all of our white products that are composed of solid brass or stainless steel with PSLT. This process sees a dry powder applied to a surface electrostatically and cured under elevated temperatures. Lacquer coating is easy to maintain — no special solvents or cleaners are required. Because these coatings are highly resistant to corrosion, there is less concern for rust and other cleaning-related damage.