The Colony 15" Single Bowl sink is perfect for a bar area or smaller kitchen. Made from durable 20-gauge stainless steel, it comes equipped with bottom sound pads and full spray insultation for ideal scatch, sound, heat, and condensation protection. Perfect for an ADA solution, this sink is 6" deep.
Durable 20-Gauge Stainless Steel Convenient Top Mount Installation 15x15x6 ADA Single Bowl Sink Includes 9028000.075 Drain Installation hardware, cutout template and instructions included 18" Cabinet Required Equipped with SoundSecure rubber sound pads on the bottom of your sink to reduce excess sound and vibration Features StoneLock multi-layer spray insulation to help with sound absorption and to minimize condensation on the underside of your sink Bowl Size:12 1/4 x 10 1/4 x 6 Limited Lifetime Warranty
- Durable 20-Gauge Stainless Steel
- Convenient Top Mount Installation
- 15x15x6 ADA Single Bowl Sink
- Includes 9028000.075 Drain
- Installation hardware, cutout template and instructions included
- 18" Cabinet Required
- Equipped with SoundSecureTM rubber sound pads on the bottom of your sink to reduce excess sound and vibration
- Features StoneLockTM multi-layer spray insultation to help with sound absortption and to minimize condensation on the underside of your sink
- Bowl Size: 12 1/4 x 10 1/4 x 6
|Kitchen Sink Mount Location
|Sink Front to Back Width
|Sink Left to Right Length
|Sink Top to Bottom Depth
||Limited Lifetime Warranty
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