When doing kitchen chores, everything revolves around the sink. The convenience levels, ergonomics and design have to be just right here. Make life easy for yourself with a multi-functional kitchen tap with intuitive controls. Gain an insight into hansgrohe controls here. How do our handles, levers and buttons work? What would be a good fit for your kitchen?
You will use your kitchen tap many, many times. So you need to think about the look and feel, handle height, ergonomics and high quality. Whether you want to operate your tap the traditional way or try out a modern model, there is something for every taste and every sink in the hansgrohe range. We make sure that your kitchen tap is designed to be sturdy and high quality, so that you’re happy with it for longer.
The classic when it comes to control technology is the kitchen tap with a lever handle that does it all: turning the water off and on and controlling the temperature. Single lever taps are well-known and popular. So it should come as no surprise that they are the most frequent design variant in our range. At hansgrohe, a handle isn’t just a handle: We offer three different handle designs. Which one do you like best?
The ergonomic, flat-shaped handle is easy on the hands with every use. The ‘twisted’ design is easy to grip and enables you to accurately adjust the water volume and temperature. This nicely shaped, elongated handle can be found in the hansgrohe Metris M71 tap range.
The large handle is sturdy, safe and convenient to use, even when things are hectic in the kitchen or your hands are dirty, soap or slippery. The handle is always easy to grip and safe to use. This handle type can be found on the hansgrohe Focus M41 and Talis M51 tap ranges.
The vertical, upright pin handle impresses users with its delicate sleekness. It features a modern and minimalist design and is perfect when space at the sink is limited. This elegant stylus can be found on the hansgrohe Talis M52 tap range.
Is there limited space between the wall/window and sink unit tap in your kitchen? No problem. Opt for a tall tap with a high arc spout and vertical pin handle, such as the Talis M52. Or a Focus M42 150 single lever kitchen tap with a horizontal handle on the tap. Most of these taps are compact and feature large handles. Another practical feature is the tilt function for installation in front of a window.
You want a tap with two jet types that showers like a pro? Understandable. hansgrohe boasts a wide variety of models to suit your needs. You can conveniently select the jet type of your choice on the practical diverter button on the tap’s spout: The universal laminar spray can fill even the largest of containers quickly and efficiently. The shower spray is soft, efficient and splash-free as it is mixed with air (AirPower) – perfect for rinsing vegetables, fish or meat.
Do you want controls that are casual and intuitive with the water in your kitchen? Controls that have nothing to do with a smartphone? Controls that have the whole family scrambling to wash up? Then why not have a separate control element installed in the front rim of the sink? The water can then be controlled by everybody. Even if just in passing. Even with the elbow! This is a really nice feature to have when holding a large pot in both hands with soapy or wet fingers. hansgrohe has redefined ergonomics at the kitchen sink with two models.