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This sleek and gorgeous kitchen sink is especially made for right hand use. The single bowl sink is manufactured from blue-chip stainless steel and has a lustrous Micro-Sheen™ finish that is resistant to stains and corrosion, ensuring a long and trouble free life.
- Includes waste kit
- Inset installation
- Right hand drainer
- Made from 0.9mm stainless steel
- Lustrous Micro-Sheen™ finish
- Suitable for a waste disposal system
- 25 year guarantee
- Width - 985mm
- Depth - 508mm
- Height - 190mm
- Tap hole - 35mm
- Minimum base unit - 600mm
|Global Trade Item Number||5015834045641|
|Type||Stainless Steel Kitchen Sinks|
|Brand Range||Rangemaster Oakland|
|GuaranteeMore information||25 Years|
All of our brand partners and manufacturers offer a warranty as standard. Please note that these guarantees are provided by the manufacturer, and will be subject to individual terms and conditions, for example avoiding abrasive bleach-based cleaning products.
If you need further info about a specific manufacturer's guarantee, please contact our team.
|Waste Type||89mm BSW & Plumbing Kit|
|Number Of Drainers||Single Drainer|
|Number of Bowls||1 Bowl|
|Stainless Steel Thickness||0.9mm|
|Popular Features||Suitable for Waste Disposers, Includes Waste Kit|
|Drilled HolesMore information||1 Pre-Drilled Tap Hole|
This tells you how many holes there are on the sink to mount your kitchen tap.
For sinks with a reversible drainer (one that can be on the left or right) the pre-drilled or pre-scored tap holes will be on both sides of the sink.
For sinks with a handed drainer, the pre-drilled or pre-scored tap holes will only be on one side of the sink.
|Finish||Brushed Stainless Steel|
|Cut Out Size||965 x 488mm|
|Minimum Cabinet Size||600mm|
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