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Stainless Steel Topmount Sinks

Our stainless steel topmount sinks are made in North America from 300 series stainless steel and have a variety of bowl options. The chemical property, composition, mechanical properties and corrosion resistance of our stainless steel provides the best all-around performance at a relatively low cost. Stainless steel also has a brushed satin finish that works to conceal small scratches that may occur over time. Most of our stainless steel sinks are made by pressing a sheet of rolled out steel over a die to form the shape of the sink.

Topmount sinks are traditionally the most commonly used in kitchens. A topmount sink sits within a specifically cut hole in the countertop suspended by the exposed rim which forms a tight seal between the sink and counter. The sink is clamped into the hole from below for added closure. This mounting style works well with most countertops, but can be tricky to keep clean due to the raised lip on the rim.

Features & Benefits
Fully Insulated
All of our stainless steel sinks come fully insulated to help prevent dripping and condensation buildup under the sink and into your cabinet. If condensation builds in your sink cabinet, mold and allergens can develop and become a serious risk. In addition, sound dampening pads are added to minimize the “tin" sound when water is running or dripping.
Gauge
Our stainless steel sinks are made from 16, 18, 20, or 24 gauge steel. Gauge sizes are numbers that indicate the thickness of the sheet stainless steel the sink is made from, with a higher number referring to a thinner sheet. For example, a sink constructed from 16 gauge steel is 25% thicker than a sink that is constructed from 18 gauge steel.
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