60/40 Double Bowl Dual-mount Granite Composite Black
Nantucket Sinks' Italian granite composite sinks are a new discovery as part of our Plymouth Collection. This 60/40 ratio sink is a dual mount and can be installed as an undermount or a topmount. The dual bowls have a low divider, letting you have the benefit of both wash and dry kitchen task, and using les water. Because the divider is low, you still have plenty of room to accommodate larger dishes and bakeware items. With benefits long known to design professionals, this sink is 80% natural stone which helps it to be both resistant to stains and scratches. The nonporous surface is hygienic and helps to ward off microbes. Because of its material composition, it can withstand thermal shocks and temperatures up to 560 degrees Fahrenheit. The rear placement of the drain provides you with more under counter space for storage. Stone is naturally sound-absorbing for a quieter kitchen. The beautiful flecking throughout the sink give depth and eye-catching color! Sink drain sold serparately.
- Low divider allows function of double bowl and capacity of large single bowl
- Can be installed as topmount or undermount sink
- Heat resistant to over 560 degrees Fahrenheit
- Material is sound absorbing and stain-resistant
- Non-porous surface is hygienic and scratch resistant
- High Quality 80% stone and 20% acrylic polymers in matte finish with metallic flecks
- Made in Italy
- Professional installation recommended
- Sink drain sold serparately
||33" x 22"
||15.75 "x 19.25"; 13.5" x 17.125"
|Interior Bowl Depth
||9.25"; 5.25" divider depth
||3.5" Standard drain opening (not included)
||Fits 36" cabinet base minimum
Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.
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