All-in-One Undermount Stainless Steel 30 in. 0-Hole Double Bowl Kitchen Sink See more description
Replacing a kitchen sink that is the perfect blend of shape and function is simply kitchen rinsing in more shapes and sizes than ever before. This guide explains the materials, configurations and mounting options so you can be sure you can choose the washbasin that provides the perfect balance between form and function in your kitchen.
Selecting your perfect sink
What is a perfect kitchen without a perfect sink? Franke understands how important wells are the flow and function of your kitchen. And that is why we have a wide selection of wash basins available in a range of different materials. So you can enjoy your sink for years to come.
A lower tub is mounted under the counter. There is no lip or edge, which means that the edge of the meter falls directly into the sink. In addition to providing a clean and modern appearance, this function makes work less easy to clean, as dirt can be washed directly into the sink. Unlike a top-mount sink, the lower models have no grooves or crevices in which food can accumulate. While kitchen rinses look much cleaner and are easier to keep clean, they have some significant drawbacks to mount wash basins. One of the biggest drawbacks is the cost. Floor models require more work because the sink should be mounted against the background. The stainless steel rinses are usually light enough to work with glue, but heavier sinking (like cast iron or clay) require some kind of internal support system. Most lower bodies are not designed with space for fittings and accessories, so you have to cut holes in the workbench to install these components.
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