Qualified Remodeler Magazine

JAN 2019

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Kitchen & Bath Protection for laminate surfaces ARAUCO has introduced InCopper antimicro- bial technology as an enhancement to its Prism TFL line. InCopper is an antimicrobial agent that protects a laminate surface against bacteria, mold, fungi and other microbes that can stain the panel or cause odor. InCopper protection will be standard in all Prism exclusive designs and an option for nonexclusives. The laminates with InCopper protection fit interior applications with high-traffic or increased humidity expo- sure. Hardwoods Specialty Products and Rugby Architectural Building Products are showcasing and distributing the laminate. Find ARAUCO during KBIS at Booth SL4116 . Circle 29 on inquiry card Customize undercounter units TRUE RESIDENTIAL debuts its undercounter units in the Build Your True program. Previously only available for full-size units, the assortment of indoor/outdoor undercounter units now offered with custom finishes and hardware includes a Freezer, Refrigerator, Refrigerator Drawers, Wine Cabinet, Beverage Center and Beverage Dispenser. A total of 36 unique color combinations can be applied through the program, such as Gloss Black, Cobalt, Matte White and Stainless Steel finishes, as well as stainless steel, pewter, gold, copper, brass and chrome hardware. Find True Residential during KBIS at Booth N2053. Circle 28 on inquiry card Hardware collection introductions, expansions BELWITH-KEELER expresses leading kitchen trends with the introduction of several collec- tions, plus the addition of appliance pulls, to many of its core lines. Balancing simplicity and flair, the Brownstone Collection (left) delivers a refined twist of traditional. Cullet features shattered shapes scattered in an imperfect pattern, while Fuse (right) harmonizes metal and wood in clean lines. The Veer Collection, with faceted shapes and simple forms, presents a modern style and flair. In addition, the appliance pull additions (center) provide complete hardware suites for popu- lar collections. Find Belwith-Keeler during KBIS at Booth N2171. Circle 27 on inquiry card Hyper-realistic sintered stone surface designs NEOLITH BY THESIZE announces four color introductions for its 2019 cat- alogue. New York-New York (right) pays homage to the city's skyscrapers and iconic avenues with gray tones blending matte and shine. The Mar del Plata d├ęcor (left) features wavy, iridescent quartz banding against a bold gray back- drop. Mont Blanc combines a rich white background with deep black, oxide and ochre veining. An evolution of the Steel Collection, Sofia Cuprum provides a dark, sober surface with metallic effects for a worn-in yet striking touch and feel. Find Neolith during KBIS at Booth SL432. Circle 31 on inquiry card Shower spray technology supports efficiency HANSGROHE develops its PowderRain spray technology, available in a range of overhead and hand-held showers, to produce sumptuous yet efficient micro- fine droplets. Because the technology incorporates several fine openings (instead of one spray outlet per nozzle), it reduces splashing and includes pleas- ant acoustics. Products available include the Raindance S 240 with PowderRain Showerhead, delivering 2.5 gpm; the Raindance S 180 with PowderRain Showerhead, delivering 1.75 or 2.0 gpm; and the Raindance Select S 120 with PowderRain Handshower, in 1.75-, 2.0- and 2.5-gpm versions. Find Hansgrohe during KBIS at Booth N3263. Circle 30 on inquiry card Find these products at the Kitchen & Bath Industry Show PRODUCTS 54 JANUARY 2019 QR QUALIFIEDREMODELER.COM

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