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Ceramic Square Drop-In Bathroom Sink with Faucet and Overflow American Imaginations Faucet Mount: 4" Centerset, Drain Finish: Black

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Ceramic Square Drop-In Bathroom Sink with Faucet and Overflow American Imaginations Faucet Mount: 4" Centerset, Drain Finish: Black

Features:P-trap and shut-off valve are sold separately.Installation Type: Drop-inCorner Sink Installation Type: Dual Mount Installation Types: Sink Shape: SquareSpecialty Shape: Finish: White/Enamel GlazePrimary Material: CeramicNatural Variation Type: No Natural VariationWhat is an Overflow?: An overflow is a small hole in the back of the sink that prevents the sink from overflowing. When the sink is full of water, this hole allows air to circulate to the drain so the sink from overflowing. When the sink is full of water, this hole allows air to circulate to the drain so the water can drain more quickly.Overflow Hole: YesFaucet Included: YesFlow Rate (GPM): 1.8Compatible Faucet Type: Centerset FaucetNumber of Faucet Holes: 3Craftsmanship Type: No CraftsmanshipDrain Assembly Included: YesWhat is a Shut-Off Valve?: A shut-off valve is connected to the water lines and allows you to turn off the water for just one plumbing fixture instead of your entire home.Shut-Off Valve Included: NoWhat is a P-Trap?: A p-trap holds water to prevent sewer gases from entering the home through the drain. It also traps debris that has drained from the sink to prevent the plumbing system from being clogged.P-Trap Included: NoWhat are Supply Lines?: Supply lines bring water and gas from the plumbing pipes behind your walls to your fixtures.Pedestal Included: Compatible Pedestal Part Number: Console Included: Compatible Mounting Materials Part Number: Shroud Included: Country of Origin: ChinaStyle: Modern & Contemporary;TraditionalCompatible P-Trap Part Number: Compatible Shut-Off Valve Part Number: Compatible Drain Assembly Part Number: Compatible Shroud Part Number: Compatible Mirror Part Number: How to Install (String): First, lower the sink into the countertop hole to check that it fits and the rim connects with the counter while the bowl is completely inside. Then, remove the sink and connect the drain to the inside of the sink. This will make it easier to connect your sink and drain to the plumbing. Next, apply a 0.25" layer of silicone around the sink cutout in the counter, and then carefully place the sink back into the cutout and clean up any excess silicone pushed out with a paper towel. Lastly, install sink clips under the counter and ensure that the drain, p-trap, and supply lines are correctly connected.Spefications:ASME A112.18.2 Compliant: ASME A112.19.1/CSA B45.2 - 2018 Compliant: ADA Compliant: NoUL Listed: NoASME A112.19.2/CSA B45.1 Compliant: California Proposition 65 Warning Required: NoASME A112.19.3 Compliant: ISTA 3A or 6A Certified: ISTA 1A Certified: ASSE 1001 Certified: ASSE 1016 Certified: TÜV Rheinland Certified: NSF/ANSI 61 Certified: cUL Listed: NoISO 14000 Certified: ISO 9000 Certified: CSA Certified: UL 1951 Listed: NoCSA B125.1 Certified: UPC Certified: NAHB Compliant: Vermont Act 193 Compliant: IAPMO Certified: ASME A112.18.1 Compliant: Low Lead Compliant: Energy Star Compliant: NoEnvironmentally-Preferable or Lower Environmental Impact Certifications: CPG Compliant: FISP Certified: Environmental Choice Program Certified: Environmental Product Declarations - GreenTag: SMaRT Certified: Blauer Engel: EPP Compliant: Indoor Air Quality Certifications: GREENGUARD Certified: GREENGUARD Gold Certified: Greenguard/Greenguard Gold Certification Number: CE Certified: NocUPC Certified: Stiftung Warentest Note: Dimensions:The Overall Length of a sink is measured in inches from left to right. Remember that for drop-in sinks with edges or lips, the Overall Length should be no more than 1" greater than the length of the installation hole in your countertop.The Overall Width of a sink is measured in inches from front to back. Again, the Overall Width for drop-in sinks with edges or lips should be no more than 1" greater than the width of the installation hole in your countertop -- keep this in mind when measuring space for your faucet.The Overall Height of a sink is the external measurement from top to bottom, while the Overall Depth is the interior measure of how much water the sink can hold.Basin Length - Side to Side: 10.5Basin Width - Front to Back: 10.5Basin Depth - Top to Bottom: Overall Length - Side to Side: 16.5Overall Width - Front to Back: 16.5Overall Height read more

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