Franke PCX660LH 33 Inch 'Prestige' Stainless Steel TopMount Double Bowl Sink Prestige Classic, the original Franke design, with straight sides and standard depth in the large compartment...
Franke PCX660LH 33 Inch 'Prestige' Stainless Steel TopMount Double Bowl Sink Prestige Classic, the original Franke design, with straight sides and standard depth in the large compartment. All Prestige models have flat bottoms and rear drains for easy stacking. There is more room under the cabinet too - the plumbing is at the back. Gauge:: 18 Base Cabinet Required:: 36 Cut-Out:: 32 7/16 x 21 7/16 Corner Radius:: 1 1/2 Interior Dimensions:: 29 9/16 x 18 3/4 x 7 5/16 Exterior Dimensions:: 33 x 22 x 7 5/16 Bowl Depths:: 7 5/16 & 6 1/8 Dimensions/Specif ications Overall Width: 33 Overall Height: 22 Overall Depth: 7 5/16 & 6 1/8 Left Basin Left Bowl Width: 7 1/8 Left Bowl Height: 14 3/16 Left Bowl Depth: 6 1/8 Right Basin Right Bowl Width: 21 1/4 Right Bowl Height: 18 3/4 Right Bowl Depth: 7 5/16 SKU: PCX660-LH PCX-660-LH Grade of Franke Stainless Steel: The three most common grades available in stainless steel sheet metal are: 304, 316 and 410. Grade 304 is made up of at least 8% nickel (Frankeâs contains 10%). It is the most frequently used of the three grades, valued for its ability to provide corrosion resistance and to maintain the capacity of the sheet metal to be bent, welded, stamped and/or drawn. Franke relies on these properties to achieve the elegance and detail of its designs. Franke Finish: Sheet metal can be purchased pre-polished. There is a reason Franke never does so for its deep drawn sinks. While it could reduce costs in the manufacturing process, the Franke difference is a finish best achieved in the post-manufacture process. A Franke sinkâs silky luster comes from machine and hand-finishing operations that enable the sink to keep its beauty over its long life. Many feel that the look of a Franke hand-finished sink actually improves with age. And Frankeâs luxurious and desireable ultra satin surface makes our stainless steel easier to clean. It is also an important sanitary feature. The smooth surface obtained by our manufacturing and polishing methods ensures better corrosion resistance. What Puts The âLuxuryâ In Franke Luxury Stainless Steel: Why It Makes A Better SinkSeventy percent of sinks are made of stainless steel. As the worldâs largest purchaser of stainless steel, Franke has its choice of the best raw materials. But that is only the beginning of the evolution from fine to Franke. By lavishing this material with cost, care and craftsmanship, Franke creates a stainless steel that is âuncommon.â Let us tell you about the choices, the processes and the skills that Franke invests to raise its stainless steel systems to the quality, beauty and longevity its discerning customers deserve The âWhyâ of Stainless Steel: The reasons almost 70% of all sinks are stainless steel: Does not alter the essence and flavor of food Surface is easy to clean Requires very little upkeep 100% recyclable, making it right for todayâs environmentally conscious world Resists corrosion and has hygienic and aseptic properties Does not require the labor-intensive application of an added surface treatment The âWhatâ of Stainless Steel: Stainless steel is an alloy of iron, chromium and nickel, generated to create advantages that individual pure metals do not offer. So itâs a whole greater than the sum of its parts. The name refers to the rust resistant properties of the metal which is âstain-lessâ, but not âstain-proof.â These are its ingredients: Austenite is a nonmagnetic solid solution of carbon in iron, used in making corrosion- resistant steel of the kind used for making cutlery, hospital and food-service equipment, and tableware. Chromium (Cr) is a hard, malleable, glossy, gray chemical element with no odor or taste, used in alloys to give them corrosion resistance and a glistening look. It is most responsible for the corrosion resistance of stainless steel. Nickel (Ni) is a hard, ductile, silvery-white chemical element, a