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Kraus 31.5-inch Undermount Single Bowl Steel Kitchen Sink
This sleek stainless steel kitchen sink will add an attractive working space to your kitchen. It comes with a commercial-grade satin finish, and it resists damage from scratching. The included insulation reduces noise from running or draining water.
ITEM#: 12930678This Kraus kitchen sink is a great centerpiece for any kitchen remodeling project. The sink is constructed from 16-gauge premium grade T-304 stainless steel. Mounting hardware, a stainless steel bottom grid and strainer are included. This large sink is ideal for commercial kitchens and home kitchens alike. The stainless steel is coated in a scratch-resistant material. To further protect your sink, the included bottom grate features side bumpers to prevent it from damaging the basin, as well as and soft feet that hold the grate and other damaging objects off the bottom of the sink.
- 16-gauge premium grade T-304 stainless steel construction
- Scratch-resistant commercial-grade premium satin finish
- Padded and stone guard undercoated insulation over a rubber pad reduces noise while sink is in use
- Standard 3.5-inch drain placement
- Exterior dimensions: 31 1/2 inches long x 18 3/8 inches wide x 10 inches deep
- Interior dimensions: 29 1/2 inches long x 16 1/4 inches wide x 10 inches deep
- Kraus Stainless Steel bottom grids feature protective feet and side bumpers, uniquely designed to protect the surface of your sink from scratches, while the sink is in use (offered complimentary) is included
- Stainless steel strainer is included
- Mounting and installation brackets, cutout template are included
- Certified and listed by UPC, cUPC, CSA, IAPMO, ANSI and SCC
- Manufactured by Kraus
- Model number: KBU-14
|Manufacturer Warranty||Limited Lifetime Warranty|
|Materials||16 gauge T-304 Stainless steel|
|Material||Rubber Stainless Steel Steel|
|Width||Less than 20"|
|Height||10 - 13" 10 - 13""|
|Number of Bowl||Single Bowl|
|Number of Faucet Handle||No Handle|
|Number of Faucet Installation Hole||Single hole|
|Bowl Depth||9 inches or More|
|Number of Basin||Single Basin|
|Number of Hole||1|
|Product Features||Includes Hardware|
|Sink Drain location||Center|
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Kraus Undermount Single Bowl Stainless Steel Kitchen Sink with Grid has been a hit at my house. This sink is 16 gauge T304 stainless steel, making it a higher grade than I thought I could afford. It has padding to reduce noise, and a condensation coating, so it met all my qulaity requirements. The box it arrived in was sturdy, and the contents beautifully packed; as a result, everything arrived in great shape. The price was significantly lower than what I found at big box stores or granite yards. The template was accurate. The grid and towel that came with the sink are high quality. The drain appeared to be good quality as well; I particularly liked the deep strainer basket with handle, that was part of the drain assembly, and was disappointed that I couldn't use that drain with a garbage disposer. With the sink having only one drain hole, and so many people owning garbage disposers, that particular drain is more of a marketing gimmick than anything. It would make sense for the manufacturer to offer the consumer a choice between that drain, or a quality garbage disposer friendly drain and stopper. Since the price for this sink, with grid, drain and towel, was significantly less than most comparable sinks alone, I felt the drain was not a major issue. This sink is 9" deep. It offers plenty of room for anything I need to do in the sink, and reduces splashes from the new pull-down faucet. The sink is easy to clean. While the squared corners on some sinks look very stylish, I preferred the rounded, easy to clean corners of this sink. What I find funny is every single guy who has seen our remodeled kitchen gravitates to the sink and enthuses over it. They like that they have room to move around and not bang anything. I must agree. Though I am small, and joked that I had to be careful not to lean over the sink too far or I might fall in, as I use it I love that I can wash and rinse large cutting boards and pans without the usual maneuvers you have to use when you have a double sink. I took a risk changing from a double sink to the single sink, but I do not regret it at all. If I ever have a need for two sinks I can use a dishpan. In summary, I find the quality, size and features of this sink are five stars. As a minor point, I would suggest the manufacturer provide the option of a drain that is garbage disposer compatible.Read More
I am remolding my kitchen. I looked at alot of sink. For this quality of sink, you would pay double the price elsewhere. This is a great sink! Very deep and came with the strainer and grid. Most times you have to buy these accessories separatly! I got the Krauss faucet to go with the sink. I love them both!!Read More
I am very happy with the sink. When it first arrived it looked huge to me but with it installed I think it is perfect. I wanted a big sink and this is what I had in mind. One thing that may be helpful to others has to do with the template. The contractor that cut the granite for the sink used the actual sink instead of the template. If you use the template there will be more of the sink showing. I didn't want the top edge of the sink showing, I wanted it flush. Since the sink was used it was perfect. I would recommend it.Read More
This is a great single bowl sink. It came well packed and the kitchen counter installer was able to install this sink without a problem. The sink only came with a paper template so I did have to download the dxf (cad) file from the manufacturer website, but it was easy to get. We replaced a double bowl sink and I find that I like this large single bowl sink so much better.Read More
I love this sink! I cannot express how amazing it is, the grid is wonderful and doubles as a dish rack so you don't have to put one on the counter. I love the stainer too, it has a mini, removable basket inside. Bummer we can't use it though, we have a garbage disposal.Read More
We just put together a remodel of our kitchen and decided on this Kraus sink. My wonderful Husband is a gourmet cook and he loves it!!!!! We like the dept and with along with the over all quality, the shipping was fast. I would definitely recommend it to anyone wanting a new sink.Read More
I use a dishwasher for my dishes, so a large sink to soak those large pans is great ! The quality is good and I don't anticipate it scratching much like previous metal sinks I have had.Read More
The sink is very deep and is big enough for the big pot. Great product with great price!Read More
Getting used to not having a garbage disposal. Love the size of this sink.Read More
This is another sink that we purchased through Overstock, and we love it also. This sink is very deep (let your installer know before they come to install it, as it can create some extra issues.) We love the depth because it allows us to wash and/or prepare anything. I like the fact that it is not divided because a divider can inhibit some uses. This sink is very quiet because of the sound dampening material they use underneath the sink. Nice feature. Love it.Read More
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Yes, you can purchase extra skink grids. Just type Kraus Sink Grids in the Overstock search bar and all available sink grids will pop up. Thank you for your interest.
Why is the price on this item suddenly 100+ more? It had been at $250 for this exact set for 6 months or so!!!!!!!!! now its the same price as the other one for $369 that has more squareish corners??? Seriously dissapointed
Our prices can change at any time. We are sorry for any confusion.
How thick is the sink? Do I need an extended sink flange in order to attach my garbage disposal? Will this fit the standard garbage disposal units, 4-1/2 in. diameter, 1-5/8 in. depth?
The sink is 1.55 millimeters thick and is 16-gauge material. Most garbage disposers will fit this sink. It has a standard 3.5-inch opening.
Will this sink work in a 30" sink base?
This sink is 30 inches long by 18 inches wide by 10 inches deep. It should work for your sink base as long as these dimensions fit into your existing cutout.
What is the minimum sink cabinet width for this sink?
You will need at least 20 inches.
whats the model number on this sink
Model number: KBU-14
Would love to purchase this sink. Can you attach a garbage disposal to it?
You may put a garbage disposal on this item the only problem is the strainer that comes with this sink will not work with a garbage disposal you will need to purchase a new strainer.
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