Undertone 42" Triple Basin Under-Mount 18-Gauge Stainless Steel Kitchen Sink with SilentShield
Regatta 46-4/9" x 20-4/9" Single Basin Undermount 16-Gauge Stainless Steel Kitchen Sink
Harmony 20-1/2" x 40" Triple Basin Undermount Stainless Steel Kitchen Sink with SoundGuard® Technology
Kitchen Sink Triple Basin with Two Large and One Small Bowls
50-1/4" Triple Basin Stainless Steel Kitchen Sink with 40/20/40 Split - Undermount Installation
Harmony 20" x 39-1/2" Double Basin Undermount Stainless Steel Kitchen Sink with SoundGuard® Technology
Gourmet Lustertone Stainless Steel 46" x 22" Triple Basin Top Mount Kitchen Sink with 7-5/8" Depth and Quick-Clip Mounting System
Gourmet 22" x 54" Double Basin Drop In Stainless Steel Kitchen Sink with SoundGuard® Technology
Undertone 45" Triple Basin Under-Mount 18-Gauge Stainless Steel Kitchen Sink with SilentShield
50.375" Rancho Undermount Triple Basin Stainless Steel Kitchen Sink
42" Copper Hammered Kitchen Triple Basin Sink
42" Triple Basin Undermount Kitchen Sink with Pull Down Faucet, (3) Drain Assemblies, Soap Dispenser, Caulk, and Wax Cleaner
22" Triple Basin Drop In Stainless Steel Sink
Harmony Lustertone Stainless Steel 43" x 22" Triple Basin Top Mount Kitchen Sink with 10" Depth
Precision R10 Triple Bowl Stainless Steel Kitchen Sink with Stylish Drain Grooves 47" x 18"
50-3/8" x 20-1/4" Stainless Steel Triple Basin Undermount Kitchen Sink
Gourmet Lustertone Stainless Steel 63" x 22" Triple Basin Top Mount Kitchen Sink with 10-1/8" Depth and Quick-Clip Mounting System
Gourmet Lustertone Stainless Steel 43" x 22" Triple Basin Top Mount Kitchen Sink
Avado Stainless Steel 40" x 20-1/2" Triple Basin Undermount Kitchen Sink
Gourmet 22" x 43" Double Basin Drop In Stainless Steel Kitchen Sink with SoundGuard® Technology
Installation Type refers to the most basic type of installation for any given product. Across our network you will find we participate in several categories. Installation type could refer to the type of mount a sink requires, shower doors, lighting install type and much more.
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There are many materials to choose from, each with their own attributes. Some of the more common materials used in Faucets and Accessories are Brass, Stainless Steel, Metal and Zinc Alloys. These offer excellent corrosion and tarnish resistance while allowing many finish options.
Others found in many fixtures such as Sinks, Tubs, and Toilets are various materials such as Vitreous China, Enameled Steel, Cast Iron, and various Acrylics. A few examples are of materials you will find on FaucetDirect:
-Brass is derived from alloys of copper and zinc in
a solid solution. In comparison to bronze which
is principally an alloy of copper and tin. Despite this
distinction, some types of brasses are called bronzes.
-Stainless Steel is one of the most hygienic surfaces and very easy to clean. The unique surface is non-porous which will not harbor dirt, grime or bacteria. Stainless Steel has a high tolerance to corrosion while offering a useful life expectancy of over 100 years!
-Vitreous China offers a long lasting, sparkling surface that resists scratches, fading, and will provide a long lasting finish.
-Enameled Steel is less expensive but very durable and easy to clean. Enameled Steel is the choice when economy is required.
-Various Acrylics are used for most specialty baths. for its forgiving nature and flexibility. The non-rusting surface also allows the inclusion of whirlpool or therapeutic jets as the material can be easily modified.
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This will be the number of holes that will be required to install the faucet you are interested in. If you are replacing an existing faucet uses more holes than desired, you may wish to select a faucet that has an optional escutcheon plate to cover the unused holes.
The faucet centers are measured from the center of the furthest right hand hole to the center of the furthest left hand hole.
The measurement from front to back.
This measurement defines how deep and item is or protrudes.
Example - A sink bowl may be 8 in depth.
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