Stainless steel worktops – tailor-made to last
True to our legacy of innovation and technology, Franke stainless steel worktops are hygienic, durable and meet the highest standards of design and quality. Whatever your taste, budget or requirements, we work with you to personalize your professional kitchen space to perfection.
Chefs around the world choose Franke for our commitment to quality and unmistakable flair for design. We combine the finest materials with state-of-the-art production techniques to deliver a space you love – so you can prepare every meal with love.
Seamlessly integrated design
Our tailor-made stainless steel kitchen worktops stand for elegant, functional and innovative design. Perfectly planned, the individual components such as the hob, sink and faucet as well as the accessories speak the same design language as the worktop itself.
Durable and sustainable, our worktops consist over 80% recycled material and are themselves 100% recyclable.
Your workhorse in the kitchen
There’s stainless steel and then there’s Franke stainless steel. The alloy used by Franke is the result of an evolution that began in 1930. Franke stainless steel is made from premium quality chrome nickel steel giving it stunning beauty while making it highly resistant to staining, rust and corrosion – providing maximum durability. The steel is composed of 17-18% chromium for shine and rust resistance and adds extra corrosion protection.
You can rely on a rust, heat and impact resistant worktop. One that is also absolutely hygienic and easy to clean thanks to its pore-free surface.
Advantages of a stainless steel worktop
Cross Finish is an elegant finish that impresses with its pleasant sheen and feel. This refined look is also an easy-to-clean surface. Available in 4 or 8mm worktop thickness.
Band Finish is our classic, semi-matt and slightly reflective surface.
The design studio: competence made in Switzerland
Design Atelier in Aarburg, Switzerland, Franke design studio, cuts every worktop with millimeter precision using laser technology and with varying cut-outs, such as for flush-fitting cooking zones. The bowls and sinks are seamlessly welded by hand. Since the solid panels are placed on a substructure, they appear to be floating on the body. With the right stainless steel fitting, you can have beautiful design concepts from a single material.