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KWC ZOE – New style icon in the world of kitchen faucets

KWC ZOE Kitchen FaucetStrikingly innovative in both its design and its technology, the new KWC ZOE combines an elegantly curved shape with exceptional functionality in ways that are unmatched by any other premium kitchen faucet. While its sculptural, timeless beauty will complement a wide range of décors, from traditional to contemporary — its dynamic, user-friendly features will help meet the day-to-day demands of an active, modern kitchen.

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Stack-On Products Expands Fire Resistant Buck Commander Product Line With Celebrity Support

Stack-On Buck Commander SafeStack-On® Products – pioneer of the first Buck Commander® Steel Bow Security Cabinet introduced in 2011 – today unveiled a new line of Fire Resistant Buck Commander Safes.

Members of the Outdoor Channels’ television show, “Buck Commander,” provided a preview of the new of fire resistant safes including a new Double Door Gun/Bow/Gear security cabinet at the 2014 Shot Show, January 14-17.

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Noritz Expands Tankless Residential Offering by Three Units, For Small to Midsized, Whole-House Applications

FOUNTAIN VALLEY, CALIF. (JANUARY 14, 2014) — Noritz America has expanded its ecoTOUGH and ValueSolutions tankless water heater series with three new models offering several performance-enhancing advantages:

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Saniflo Gives Hajoca Orlando Timely Solution to Restroom Drainage Problem, Showing Maceration Not Just for Basements

Maceration. Chances are, you’ve come across this “new” plumbing technology with the strange-sounding name at one time or another in recent years. An innovative alternative to conventional, below-floor drainage — developed in Europe almost 60 years ago — maceration first came to the U.S. market by way of Canada in the late 1990s.

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