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Twin Bowl Undermount Sinks

Twin bowl undermount sinks. In this section will have all of the twin bowl sinks we sell. There aren't that many Twin bowl undermount sinks, but if you have the space then they are a worthwhile product to have, as they will provide you with two very practical sized bowls.

Featured in this section is the Franke Largo LAX 130 36-36, this is the largest twin bowl undermount we sell with two massive 360 x 390mm bowls. These are ideal for kitchens with 900mm base units and larger. Also featured is the Franke VBK 720 twin bowl Belfast sink, this sink isn't technically and undermount sink but it can be fitted with a worktop overhang to give that look.

All the sinks featured in this section come with basket strainer wastes and overflow assemblies.

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Franke Kubus KBX 120 34-34 Stainless Steel Twin Bowl Undermount Sink KBX1203434

Franke Kubus KBX 120 34-34 Stainless Steel Twin Bowl Undermount Sink KBX1203434

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504.27 (Including VAT at 20%)

Useful tips...

  • Bowl and drainer handing - with most of the inset sinks you will need to choose whether you want to have the drainer on the left or the right. When we talk about left and right hand for undermount sinks, in the case of an undermount sink with an extra half or three quarter sized bowl, they are referred to as left or right hand small bowl. The handing will be dictated by how your kitchen is laid out, and how the hole in your work top is cut. Most of the sinks in the Twin Bowl Sinks section are universal so require no handing choice.


  • Work tops and installation into these - The material your work tops are made from will also have an affect on what sink you choose, if you have laminate worktops you will only be able to have an inset sink as undermounted sinks would show the composite material underneath and cause it to fall apart from water ingress. Undermount sinks can only be fitted into solid wood, granite/composite stone materials and Corian type materials.


  • Sink dimensions - Will the sink you have chosen fit my kitchen? This is a very important question and one that if often overlooked. When buying a sink to replace an existing sink you need to take into consideration a few dimensions that the sink has. The first is the 'Cut-Out size' this is a very important one, this dimension refers to the size of the hole in your worktop the sink will fit into, when buying a sink you need to get one that is ideally the same or larger than your existing sink cut-out, also check the radius on the corners are compatible and won't leave a gapping hole, this will then allow you to modify the hole to make the sink fit. The next measurement to look out for is 'Minimum Cabinet size' this is the size of the unit that you sink fits over, the minimum size is there to take into consideration the sink bowl and any fittings that will make the size wider, like the overflow assembly or a second half bowl. Most of the sinks we have on sale will fit into a 600mm base unit but you still need to double check as there are some 1.5 bowl sinks that require a 800mm cabinet or even a 1000mm cabinet.


  • Accessories and Undermount sinks - If you choose to buy accessories like strainer bowls, chopping boards and drainer grilles and are planning to use them with an undermounted sink you will need to make sure that the accessories will fit into your work top. This will depend on what kind of overhang you have on the sink edge, with the accessories you need to make sure you choose a flush fit edge or a reveal edge on your work tops, this means that the accessories can sit on the worktop or on the sink edges.

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