Our materials

To satisfy requirements governing hygiene, functionality, durability, resistance to damage, safety, aesthetics and design, we work primarily with the following materials:

Stainless steel

There are good reasons why stainless steel is Franke's material of choice for facilities in public and semi-public sanitary facilities. This high-quality material combines stylish aesthetics with functionality and durability. It can be combined and complemented perfectly with materials such as glass and ceramics. Stainless steel is a material capable of absorbing and reflecting the light and colours of its environment. Stainless steel products can be integrated easily as stylish accents into almost any room environment.

Stainless steel with InoxPlus surface finish

With the surface finish of InoxPlus, Franke has succeeded in further enhancing the existing properties of stainless steel. This means that aggravating fingerprint marks are now a thing of the past. This is a technology involving the use of nano-particles, which bond with molecules on the surface of the metal and therefore smooth out tiny microscopic irregularities. The result takes the form of surfaces that are easy to clean and that resist fingerprint marks, thanks to their in-depth surface enhancement.



Sanitary equipment products, made of MIRANIT, a shatter-proof, resin-bonded mineral material, are ideally suited to the modern and at the same time aesthetically pleasing interior design of sanitary facilities. MIRANIT products are quite literally cast in one piece, with no adhesive seams and joints, and convince with exceptional properties including high stability and elegant grace. The smooth, pore-free, hygienic and easily cleanable gel coat surface also provides exceptional durability and resistance.

Safety glass panel

Safety glass panel

Single-glazed safety glass is a material that, like stainless steel, impresses by virtue of its timeless character and its ability to combine with other materials. Glass and stainless steel represent outstanding quality and timeless elegance. Both materials now form essential components of contemporary interior design. This is why a deliberate combination of these two materials is particularly appealing to the eye.