Is it possible when having this sink installed to have it mounted with clips? I just learned that undermounts are typically installed in-between the granite and wood which makes removing the sink (for any reason) impossible without damage to the granite. I did not see clips pictured as I did on some other sinks viewed. Your thoughts? Thank you.
Ruvati 16-gauge Steel Double Bowl 33-inch Undermount Kitchen Sink
Rejuvenate the look of your kitchen with this double-bowl undermount kitchen sink. This sink is crafted from heavy-duty stainless steel for longwearing use. The rounded corners and deep bowls provide a modern style that will enhance any decor.
ITEM#: 14534040The Ruvati undermount kitchen sink is constructed from heavy-duty 16-gauge stainless steel. This sink features deep bowls, classic rounded corners, sound guard padding and undercoating, and comes with bottom rinse grids and basket strainers. When you need a solid, durable sink that will stand the test of time, opt for the Ruvati kitchen sink. This double sink features classic, timeless style that's appropriate for ongoing kitchen use. Whether you're blanching vegetables, washing the breakfast dishes or rinsing salad greens, this sink is the perfect option. Functional yet attractive, this workhorse item will keep your kitchen running smoothly for years to come.
- Sink type: Kitchen
- Sink style: Undermount
- Sink material: 16-gauge premium 304 grade stainless steel (18/10 Chromium/Nickel)
- Exterior dimensions: 33.25 inches long x 18.5 inches wide
- Interior dimensions: 14.75 inches long x 16.5 inches wide (left), 14.75 inches long x 16.5 inches wide (right)
- Drain opening dimensions: Standard 3.5 inches
- Bowl depth: 9 inches
- Luxurious satin finish, easy to clean and long-lasting
- Heavy-duty sound guard padding and undercoating
- Sink includes: Bottom rinse grids with protective feet and bumpers (set of 2), two (2) basket strainers, cut-out template, mounting brackets, and an installation guide
- Model: RVM4300
|Manufacturer Warranty||Limited Lifetime|
|Finish||Other Stainless Steel|
|Width||Less than 20"|
|Height||8 - 9" 8" - 9"|
|Number of Bowl||Double Bowl|
|Bowl Depth||8.1 to 9 inches 9 inches or More|
|Number of Basin||Double Basin|
|Number of Hole||2|
|Product Features||Includes Hardware|
|Sink Drain location||Top Center|
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The only issue with the sink are the two drains. you would think that a sink of this quality would have metal strainers instead of plastic which would be prone to breakageRead More
I would have paid double at the big box stores for a sink that was not nearly the quality of this one. Love the grates that are included with the sinks. Will definitely buy the same sink for my kiZWKSEQPJtchen remodel at our cottage.Read More
So far so good fast shipping but have not installed it yet... It looks and feels quality in the box.Read More
This sink is beautiful. The quality and rich finish is exquisite. Worth every penny.Read More
We are remodeling our kitchen and looked high and low for a sink we liked. Ran across this at overstock and ordered. Price was right. Delivery was fast and with nothing damaged. Had our new granite countertops installed with the sink. I am amazed at how beautiful it looks. Very great 5 star purchase!Read More
I would purchase this sink over and over again. It is deep enough yet not too deep where the plumbing below the sink had to be significantly altered. The 16-gauge is more than enough. It is thick enough that when you put things in the sink it is not noisey. It came with the racks for the sink floor 2 stoppers and a stainless steel basket that slides into the drain to catch all the food waste. That basket was not expected but every sink should have it. In the last 5 years I redid another kitchen and I purchase a high end sink for 3 times the price of this and then I had to purchase the racks separately and did not get the basket. The sink was not a thick either. In any event this Ruvati sink is superior in VALUE to that high end sink. I would highly recommend it.Read More
We needed a classic double bowl sink to replace an old one in our remodel. It had to fit a 33" base. This sink is 16 gauge, a little deeper than our previous sink as we wanted, has good sound coating on the bottom, and a great value.Read More
This stainless steel sink exceeded our expectations. The heavy gauge steel, the depth of the sinks, the inclusion of the grates and the drain trap were all features that differentiated this sink from others. My wife constantly comments on how much she loves this sink.Read More
So, so happy with this sink! It is so deep. It is the perfect sink. It does sit lower so you lose some space under your sink for storage. It well worth it. It cleans up beautifully and after seven months of use, it still looks new.Read More
When pricing sinks at local home improvement stores and comparing the price to what you can purchase there to this, there is no comparison. The sink came with all necessary hardware and the drain system. The 'baskets' within the drains are wonderful for catching all of the yuck from rinsing out dishes. The grates to protect the sink are wonderful and make the sink look like you spent far more than what you did! Don't hesitate to purchase this sink.Read More
Questions & Answers
Hello bassplayer, yes, you can undermount this with clips. Thank you for shopping with us!
I plan on installing a garbage disposal with my new SS sink purchase. One consumer review mention that this sink does not have a "garbage disposal drain" and therefore they needed to purchase one, but it did not match the sink. I there a garbage disposal drain that matches this sink? What do I need to know in order to purchase one that will match?
Typically, the GB drain comes with the disposal. It is actually very common that the 2 drains do not match exactly.
What are the measurements of the bottom rinse guards?
Hello xxstic12, nterior dimensions: 14.75 inches long x 16.5 inches wide (left), 14.75 inches long x 16.5 inches wide (right). The grids will have the same length and width measurements as the interior sink. Thank you for shopping with us. Rochelle B
Hi, Will this sink, #14534040, fit a counter 24" deep?
Hello 52scott, yes this will fit a 24 inch deep counter. Have a great day!
When the description says "basket strainers", does this mean the standard stopper/strainer that traditional sinks have? I do not have a garbage disposal so I'm looking to be able to hold the sink full of water and then strain the water using the same "strainer" so that food does not go down the drain. Does this include something like that?
Hello melanie9317, yes this is what you need to strain the dish water. Have a great day!
Just confirming that this product would be a good replacement for a 33 x 22 sink.
Thank you for your question. This sink should fit in the space. Have a nice day!
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