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For kitchens large or small (baths as well), traditional or contemporary, there is a unique Franke design to enhance your décor and suit your lifestyle. Everything Franke is created with the utmost attention to quality and design. Available at AppliancesConnection
Premium quality chrome nickel steel makes sinks highly resistant to staining, rust and corrosion.
Naturally hygienic, it doesn’t harbor bacteria.
Stainless steel surfaces develop a passive protective layer that continuously renews, so your sink is easy to clean and care for.
Temperature and acid resistant.
Sheets of metal can be purchased ready-polished. Franke does not do this for its deep drawn sinks, however. Instead, we polish the stainless steel only once it has been turned into a finished sink.
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|Franke General Warranty|
- Stock Id:143974
- Color:Stainless Steel
- Bowls:Single Bowl
- Material:Stainless Steel
- Number of Faucet Holes:0
- Faucet Included:No
- Sound Dampening:No
- Soap Dispenser Included:No
- Shelf Included:No
- Cabinet Included:No
- Weight:21.80 lbs.
- Warranty Terms:Franke General Warranty
- Bowl Depth:9"
- Minimum Cabinet Size:33"
- Eco Friendly:Yes
- Bowl Width:28"
- Bowl Length:17"
The wonderful feel of a stainless steel sink
Stainless steel is the material most frequently used for sinks, and the most popular countertop for commercial kitchens. As one of the world`s largest buyers of stainless steel for kitchens, we have perfected its evolution over decades to bring you unique quality.
Franke stainless steel is unique
There’s stainless steel and then there’s stainless steel. The alloy used by Franke is the result of an evolution that began in 1930. Franke stainless steel sinks are made from premium quality chrome nickel steel giving them stunning beauty while making them highly resistant to staining, rust and corrosion and providing maximum durability. The steel is composed of 17-18% chromium for shine and rust resistance and adds extra corrosion protection.
Sheets of metal can be purchased ready-polished. Franke does not do this for its deep drawn sinks, however. Instead, we polish the stainless steel only once it has been turned into a finished sink. The silky-glistening surface of a Franke stainless steel sink comes from the final polish.
Choosing the ideal stainless steel gauge
The standard gauge describes the thickness of a metal sheet, on a scale from 8 to 30. The lower the number, the thicker the metal sheet. The thicker it is, the less it can be bent or dented and the quieter it is in use. But if too thin, it becomes impossible to produce a sink from a single sheet of metal.