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02 Mar 2007

Sinktop shines in camp revamp

Supplier: GEC Anderson
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Sinktop shines in camp revamp

A major refurbishment at a Buckinghamshire country park has seen the installation of equipment from GEC Anderson's new Decimetric™ range of made to measure stainless steel kitchen furniture.

Emberton Country Park (ECP), near Milton Keynes, caters for a variety of uses and includes 58 pitches for tents and touring caravans, rally fields, lake and river fishing, a conservation area, children's play areas, a shop and washroom/toilet facilities.

As part of the upgrade of the services block for campers in the touring field, Milton Keynes Council's Construction Services Department refitted the washroom where campers wash their crockery and cooking utensils. After another supplier was unable to deliver a suitable sinktop within the council's timeframe, ECP became home to one of the first orders from the Decimetric range, Park Manager David MacCarter subsequently reporting that he was very pleased with it.

The collection, developed mainly for the professional catering market but said to be ideal for any application needing hard-wearing and hygienic surfaces, comprises a selection of sinks, surfaces, support frames, cabinets and shelving. The units are offered in sizes ranging from 500-3000mm, with 100mm sizing increments.

ECP's installation consisted of a sinktop of commercial grade stainless steel with a water-retaining lipped edge at the front and sides, and a sloping upstand at the back. There are two bowls positioned 100mm apart, centrally along the length of the sinktop. The sinktop itself stands on square section stainless steel legs with adjustable feet. A solid stainless steel shelf is fitted under the sinktop.


Supplier: GEC Anderson
Tring Hertfordshire UK
Founded in England in 1962, GEC Anderson has pioneered the development of made-to-measure stainless steel products. Today, the company's range includes bowls, worktops, cabinets, shelving and sanitaryware for use in domestic, commercial and specialist environments.

Web: www.gecanderson.co.uk
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