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    Clark combines design and function with the new Fusion range of kitchen sinks


    One of Australia’s most trusted kitchen brands, Clark has launched its new Fusion range of undermount kitchen sinks.

    Featuring a minimalist design in a fully accessorised package, Clark Fusion kitchen sinks combine trendy looks with practicality and function to fit into any modern kitchen. Fusion has a unique 5mm bowl radius for ease of cleaning.

    Constructed from high grade 304 stainless steel, Fusion offers an angular, minimalist design with the added inclusion of a fully featured range of smart accessories, designed for maximum efficiency as an integrated food preparation solution. These include a full size bamboo chopping board, a stainless steel colander, drainer tray, bowl saver and basket wastes. The bowl saver is ideal for performing multiple functions such as drying delicate glassware or providing a great spot for defrosting out of sight.

    With space at a premium in any kitchen, all the accessories are designed to sit inside the sink for clutter-free storage. The Fusion series maintains a premium appearance and ensures superior quality and durability.

    The Fusion range is available in a number of configurations and options to suit different size requirements.

    Key features of Clark Fusion kitchen sinks:

    • Designed for undermount installation
    • Suitable for standard 600mm wide bench tops
    • Options include Single Bowl, Single End Bowl, Single Centre Bowl, 1.5 Bowl and Double Bowls
    • Bamboo chopping board with antibacterial and antifungal properties fits neatly over the bowl
    • Stainless steel colander designed to suit all bowls in the range
    • Drainer tray converts the full size bowl to an additional draining surface
    • Bowl saver protects the bottom surface of the sink
    • Lifetime warranty
    • Made from 100% recyclable materials
    • Easy to clean, hard-wearing and hygienic
    • Stain and odour resistant
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