Franke Lina Sink Kitchen Mixer Tap in Black Onyx

Franke Lina Sink Kitchen Mixer Tap in Black Onyx
Franke Lina Sink Kitchen Mixer Tap in Black Onyx
Franke Lina Sink Kitchen Mixer Tap in Black Onyx
Franke Lina Sink Kitchen Mixer Tap in Black Onyx
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Product details
  • Length
    22 cm
  • Width
    31 cm
  • Height
    35 cm
  • Weight
    2.4 kg
  • Max. flow rate
    14 meter(s) cube(s) per minute
  • Material
  • Colour
  • Finish
  • Fixing method
  • Pcs per pack
    1 products
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Let yourself be tempted by this sink mixer from the famous brand Franke

This mixer tap will bring modernity to your kitchen, thanks to its Black Onyx finish, while guaranteeing flawless quality thanks to its curved design. 


What is Fragranit?


Fragranit is a timeless and very durable material. There are many colours to choose from, so you'll have no trouble finding the right one for you.



80% high quality natural granite from Germany and 20% acrylic resin, chemically inert, which makes the surface robust and the colours bright (thanks to the effects of the glass crystals).


Effective against bacteria

Effective against bacteria The granite particles are so small that there is no room for germs to grow. This makes the surface perfectly hygienic. In addition, the Sanitized� treatment reduces the growth of bacteria and microbes by up to 99%. 

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3 weeks ago
Purchase date: 24/05/2024
The tap looks nice but isn’t the colour stated. It looks black in the pictures but is gun Metal grey. So this needs to be more clear in the pictures and description.
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About The Brand
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Franke is a Swiss-German group. Franke was founded in 1911 by Hermann Franke, who set up a tinplate factory. But the company suffered from the First World War and the economic crisis between the wars. Despite this, it launched its first sinks in stainless steel, niccolite and Monel, derivatives of nickel. Franke innovated with the fully-welded sink, which made mass production possible. Hermann Franke died in 1939, leaving his son Walter to run the company. After the war, Franke moved into complete kitchens. The company benefited from reconstruction and the consumer society, which led to a demand for household equipment. In 1972, Franke won McDonald's tender to build its first kitchen in Munich. In 1979, the famous compact sink was developed, bringing Franke international renown. In the 2000s, Franke diversified into sink accessories (mixer taps, washing-up liquid dispensers, siphons) and even professional coffee machines. In 2005, Franke diversified into cooker hoods by acquiring the French company Roblin.
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