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The new Hansgrohe SilicaTec granite sinks bring natural materials and elegant colours to the kitchen.

The new Hansgrohe SilicaTec granite sinks bring natural materials and elegant colours to the kitchen, offering premium design and long-lasting quality.

The range comprises undermount and top mount single bowl sinks, double bowl sinks and single bowl sinks with a draining board. Made from quartz and acrylic resins, the basin range has a smooth and non-porous surface, making it dirt-repellent and easy-to-clean.

The SilicaTec sinks come with added benefits: they are odourless, UV-stable, heat-resistant, food-safe, and impact- and stain-resistant.

All options in the range come in three colours – graphite black, stone grey and cement grey.

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