The lower mounting sink is installed below the surface of the countertop, but is mounted on the top of the tank Cabinet using special clips and caulking sealing materials.
The result is smooth, no.
The lip is fitted with a clean, modern look.
The size of each sink is used with the existing countertop and faucet, so no special size is required.
However, before you choose a sink for your kitchen, it is important to know something about the underground sink.
The sink is installed at the bottom to fit the standard 24-
The kitchen countertop is inches wide, like a standard paneled kitchen sink.
If your lower mounting sink is 20 inch or less wide, it provides enough space to install the tap.
The bottom rack sink size includes one or two bowls, the size range from the side to the side is 8 to 20 inch, and the size range from the front of the sink to the back is 18 inch.
This leaves an inch of space in front of the sink, and 3 inch behind the faucet's sink.
This is slightly different from the top
Install, trim sink.
The paneled sink has a large edge around the sink bowl.
This edge adds 2 inch of the total length and width of the sink.
Most of the tap mounting holes on the trim sink are inside this edge.
This means that the total sink width can be more than 20 inch as additional space behind the sink is not required to install the faucet.
The lower mounting sink does not have the upper edge like the standard edge sink, just a small lip less than inches.
Having no edges means that there is more room to install the faucet on the countertop than in the sink mounting hole.
Basically, the faucet is still installed in the same position in both sinks, but in the bottom sink it is not installed on the edge of the sink.
The base of many taps is 2 to 3 inch wide.
The overall size of the bottom mounting sink is about 20 inch and the Edge is 1 inch.
Keep in mind that this edge is under the countertop so it does not take up space on the countertop. If a 1-
The inch buffer of the counter space is left in front of the sink, and there is 3 inch behind to install the faucet.
As long as the faucet base is less than 3 inch wide and the total width of the sink is less than or equal to 20 inch, the faucet can be comfortably installed on the countertop.
Before installing the sink under installation, it is better to check the size carefully.
Measure the countertop from front to back, and measure the sink from front to back.
You often find a 4-
Poor inches in size.
Track the dimensions of the sink installation on the countertop.
Place the faucet behind.
If there is not enough space, slide the sink installation area forward.
You can install the sink as close to the front of the counter as possible without letting the front lip slide in front of the edge of the cabinet.