Sunridge brings the Borras brand to South Africa

Sunridge Importers and Wholesalers, the distributing agent for a range of plumbing and hardware wholesale industry products, has secured the agency and exclusive distribution rights for the Borras brand of taps and mixers in South Africa and neighbouring territories.

Borras products will be SATAS- and Jaswic-approved, complying to the SANS standards 226 for traditional taps and 226 for single-lever mixers.

Sunridge’s existing products include Rifeng, a patented multi-layered piping system produced in China.

Borras is a Spanish factory established in 1940 in Barcelona, supplying taps and mixers predominantly in Europe.

Borras manufactures a wide range of tap and mixer models and designs, and is known for providing practical and comfortable solutions that nevertheless feature modern and contemporary designs that allow their clients flexibility and forward-looking aesthetics as they create the environments they desire in both the bathroom and the kitchens.

Among the ranges that Sunridge will be introducing to South Africa is the new GIR2540 faucet collection. The collection stands out for being manufactured with advanced technology that manages to achieve the company’s ecological imperatives while being comfortable, and featuring sleek, stylish designs. The design of this particular range is notable for the simplicity of its fine lines and elegant shapes that make it perfectly adaptable in most contemporary environments.

All components used in this collection are also of the highest quality in order to ensure its long-term reliability. They have been fully manufactured with low brass accessories and ceramic cartridges that allow savings in the consumption of water and energy. Borras products will be SATAS- and Jaswic-approved, complying to the SANS standards 226 for traditional taps and 226 for single-lever mixers.



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