A world leader, since 1925, Blanco has more than 30 million sinks produced in three factories world-wide. They Pioneered the use of stainless steel for kitchen sinks in 1952 and pioneered the concept of ergonomically designed sink systems and accessories in 1970. Blanco also pioneered the use of hard composite materials for sinks in 1980.
They have global manufacturing, with state-of-the-art stainless steel and granite sink manufacturing facilities, featuring advanced automated technology and proprietary research and development capabilities. They have been certified by the Swiss-based International Standards Organization, recognizing "quality assurance in design, development, production, installation, and service."
Blanco has a wide selection of sink model options, with 75% of all stainless SKU's available in 4 to 6 options: Drop-In vs. Undermount, 8" vs. 10" Bowl Depth, Standard vs. Mirror Reverse Configuration. They have the industry's leading selection of granite sinks, including true undermount models and more than 25 kitchen faucet designs, many available in specialty finishes and with matching bar faucets.
They have a wide ranging, single source decorative offering, including stainless steel sinks, Silgranit Sinks, kitchen faucets, bar sinks and faucets, and custom sink accessories and have a no-hassle, limited lifetime warranty on most products.
Benefits of a Blanco Stainless Steel Sink
Durable and timeless, stainless steel sinks are popular for their clean, modern look as well as their resilience. From contemporary to classic, stainless steel works well with any type of decor and complements almost any countertop or work surface. It's also the ideal choice for coordinating with professional style appliances.
Stainless steel not only looks sleek and professional, but it wears well too. It's hygienic and easy to maintain. More durable than porcelain or cast iron, stainless steel is highly resistant to heat, most household stains, and rust. Because stainless steel is a forgiving material, it's easy on dropped dishes and glassware.
Stainless steel sinks are easy to care for. Water spots and mineral deposits can be prevented by rinsing thoroughly after each use and wiping dry with a clean, soft cloth.
Stainless steel sinks will show day-to-day wear, including minor scratches. Over time this wear will become uniform with the sink's grain, creating its own unique character, much like the patina on fine silver.
Blanco pioneered the use of stainless steel for kitchen sinks in 1952 and has since produced more than 30 million sinks. Today, Blanco offers the most extensive line of premium quality sinks in North America. From design, style, and dimensions, to number of bowls, configuration, bowl depth, and installation style, you're sure to find just the right sink for your specific needs.
- 18 Gauge, 304 Series Stainless Steel
- 18/10 Chrome-Nickel Content
- Long-Lasting, Easy-to-Clean, Satin Polished Finish
- High Capacity Bowls with Rear Drain Placement
- Sound Deadening Insulation
- Optional Custom Accessories Available
- No-hassle Limited Lifetime Warranty
|Overall Width:||21 1/8"|
|Width of Bowl (both bowls):||9"|
|Width Between Bowls:||1 1/10"|
|Overall Length:||17 1/2"|
|Depth (both sinks):||7"|
|Cutout Width:||19 1/10"|
|Cutout Depth:||15 1/2"|
|Drain Diameter (both sinks):||3 1/2"|
|Material:||18 Gauge, 304 Series Stainless Steel|
|Warranty:||No-Hassle Limited Lifetime Warranty|