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Company Profile: QUINN RADIATORS
Ground-breaking range from Quinn Radiators
uinn Radiators, one of the UK’s largest radiator companies, will display its ground-breaking Sofia
Feature Radiator at the BK Expo. The Sofia sets new standards in the sector through its
combination of stunning design and the use of the latest in heat tube technology to reduce the
cost of home heating.
Quinn will also showcase its recently launched new range of stylish towel and feature radiators that
provide customers with outstanding quality and superb design at the right price.
New towel radiator models include the Como, which delivers unrivalled heat output. The Italian-styled
Garda and the dramatic, curved Ravello, perfectly combine form and function and create a stunning focal
point for any room.
New feature radiators from Quinn include the Slieve, which provides a room with both superior heat
and a stylish look. In addition, the Adagio and Forza radiators are beautifully crafted with superior finishes.
Quinn’s stand will also feature its superior range of Round Top, Compact, and Low Surface
Quinn Radiators, a division of the
multinational Quinn Group, is currently
investing £170m in its manufacturing
facilities in a move that will see it
produce more than four million radiators a year and deliver world-class
standards of quality, reliability and finish.
The bulk of this investment is being made at its state-of-the-art 1.6m
square metre plant in Newport, which is one of the most advanced in Europe
and employs over 400 people. Quinn Radiators also has operations in
Lancashire, Belgium and Ireland.
Visit Quinn Radiators at Stand C41.
Hotline no: 01942 671105
Enquiry no: 409
Trilogy: three collections, one complete Roca reveals all at Expo 2007
package from RAK Ceramics
Roca is once again taking pride
of place at this year’s Bathroom
& Kitchen Expo. Showcasing
(Stand F21) have
the latest in bathroom design and
revealed for the first
technology, Roca (Stand D21)
time a sneak preview
will be using the show to display
of their centrepiece
its most recent ranges as well as
brand new UK product
launches. Taking a large space at
is described as an
this year’s show, Roca has used
entirely new product
its considerable design resources
concept that targets
to create a stand that will, in its
key consumer groups
own right, create maximum
taking the brand to a
impact, acting as a magnet for
new level of sophistication, whilst still being highly affordable. Trilogy
visitors to the show.
doesn’t just consist of one bold new collection of sanitaryware and
Product launches include the
complementary tiles and furniture options; it consists of three and will be
new updated Veranda suite.
an exciting new retail channel for dealers.
Restyled to offer a more
Empire (pictured) is the fist of three Trilogy collections. Featuring
contemporary look, Veranda
strong references to “La Belle Époque”, the range subtly reflects our rich
includes five new basin designs
European bathroom heritage. Gorgeous crystal Carrara large format tiles
and an updated furniture collection.
harmonise with stunning polished black porcelain to create a timeless
Roca will also be launching a number of new basin designs at this
fusion of old and new, topped off with fabulous chrome .
year’s Expo, including the new and innovative Eliptic basin and
By contrast, Reserva features simplicity and refined elegance, while
furniture collection. In addition, Expo will see the launch of brand new
Metropolitan is the most outright contemporary collection in Trilogy,
brassware ranges, including the new Thesis range, which is all about the
having a confident funkiness.
art of contrast.
In addition to Trilogy, there are also lots of exciting
Following the increasing trend for space saving bathroom solutions,
products being launched for the established RAK
Roca is also launching the new Vythos
Ceramics sales channel.
1600 bath (pictured).
Hotline no: 01730 815507
Hotline no: 01530 830080
Enquiry no: 604
Enquiry no: 602
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