Hans Grohe founded the company in 1901 in Schiltach. The accuracy, craftsmanship and meticulous working style springs from these origins and is deep-seeded in Black Forest tradition. The success of the company is also due to its passion for water, the elixir of life and from the fact that the company is still guided by the Grohe family. Today, Hansgrohe is a global company with 9 manufacturing locations on 3 continents as well as many sales departments and consulting bases. Countless technological innovations and over 150 Design awards have turned the Hansgrohe Group into one of the most important innovators for the entire world.
Hansgrohe employs a Physical Vapor Deposition (PVD) process for special finishes to ensure finish durability, longevity and beauty. PVD finishes resist corrosion, tarnish, scuffs and flaking. The finish bond on a molecular level in a vacuum chamber, creating a thin though highly impervious finish. With this advanced technology, your kitchen faucet will be beautiful for years to come.
Talis is characterized by balance and symmetry, a geometric approach to design typical of these faucets. The minimalist handle transverses the spectrum from modern European appeal to contemporary American style.
All Talis HighArc faucets are specially constructed to lift off and out of the way without disconnecting hoses. This allows you to easily clean around the faucet base or install in front of a hinged window. Simply lift the faucet and lay it to the side if you want to clean or open the window. Talis is available in Steel Optik, a special finish that blends seamlessly with stainless steel appliances.