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More space on the worktop

Space expands and design is even more rigorous.
The kitchen is more and more a workspace, and all the functions performed there must be practical, guaranteeing the well-being of the user even when space is limited. 
For this reason, Foster proposes new induction hobs and sinks, suitable for those “non-conventional” kitchens in which the horizontal depth of the worktop is limited.

The cooker bob

For worktops with reduced horizontal depth, Foster proposes the new induction hob S4000 Induction Bridge, whose installation can be flush-mount or above the top’s surface, with the edge protruding only 3 mm.
The worktop, made of ceramic glass, offers three cooking zones, each marked by a grey cross. Apart from the features found on the other models of the same collection, the new three-zones offers some new function, such as:
  • double booster: two additional power settings reach the power of 3700 W, to be concentrated on one plate, or distributed on the extended Bridge area.
  • Automatic Bridge: when the pot invades two cooking zones, an extended cooking area automatically forms, which is useful for large pots or casseroles, or for multiple cookings at the same time.
  • Pot speed test: this function tests your pot, with an evaluation from 0 to 3 depending on the efficiency and speed of heating.
  • Intelligent pot localization: the cooker hob is capable of recognizing on which zone the pot is set, automatically enabling the relevant command to set the power.

The sink

For the washing area, Foster proposes the new Series 35.
The bowls, meant for under-mount installation, are made of AISI304 stainless steel and come in three different sizes:
75cm, 50cm and 36,5cm.
Each model can be equipped w ith accessories such as the American nut chopping board, a dishes-holder grid  and colander. The latter can be used exclusively with the 75 and 50 cm bowls.
Matched with these bowls, Foster proposes the NYC or Drop mixer tap.


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