LEADING stainless steel specialist, GEC Anderson limited, have released details of an exciting new ‘wet zone’ concept.
Available now, the new wet zone option enables specifiers to include a pressed recess anywhere within the stainless steel worktop area. Typically, the recess would be formed around sink bowl(s) but it can also be used to create lowered areas for other applications. For example, to locate chopping boards or to act as a general catchment area.
The pressed recess detail is 3mm deep and can be formed in any size and position. It has a variable corner radius with a minimum radius of 10mm.
Managing Director of GEC Anderson Limited, Martin Tye, comments: “This is an exciting new development that enables customers to specify wet zones, of any shape and size. Wet zones provide a real practical advantage and they look really neat as well. Because the recess can be formed to any pattern, it really does open the door to a lot of new creative opportunities for our customers.”
GEC Anderson offers a number of different wet zone options of which the pressed recess is one. Tye continues “The pressed recess is also extremely cost-effective. It is formed early in the production process, with a high level of automation. This makes it possible to contain the basic price to just under £150 and brings the wet zone concept within reach of many more of our customers.”