Posted 13th February

Insinkerator releases new Showroom Collection brochure

13th February 2019 - 13:17pm
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Insinkerator has launched its new brochure detailing the products featured in its premium Showroom Collection, including its 4N1 Touch taps.

The rose gold 3N1 J Shape steaming hot water tap and Evolution 250 food waste disposer – which gained Good Housekeeping Institute-approved status last year – are also featured.

The brochure displays products in a “variety of differently style, real-life showroom settings” and contains “all the need-to-know” product information as well as details of the NeoTank, designed specifically for Insinkerator steaming hot water taps.

“The new literature is a handy asset to support our highly valued partners at the point of sale and to encourage consumers to invest in an Insinkerator Showroom Collection product,” said Insinkerator Europe and Russia marketing communications manager Anne Kaarlela.

“It is packed with images to help the consumer visualise our products, alongside detailed specifications and valuable information including safety and warranties available.”

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