Advanced waste systems
Franke sinks are equipped with stainless steel basket strainer wastes which can be used to prevent foodstuffs from entering the waste system.
Regarding this, are all kitchen sink drain holes the same size?
All kitchen sinks have the same diameter drain, which is 3 1/2 inches and larger than a bathroom drain which is 1 1/2 inches. The same size as a standard shower drain is what it is.
Similarly one may ask, are Franke sinks German?
Hermann Franke founded a sheet metal business in his name in Rorschach, Switzerland, in 1911. … In the 1930s Franke started production of the first sink units in nickeline, monel-metal and later in stainless steel.
Are Franke sinks made in Switzerland?
Our Swiss Made Collection
For customers requesting that special extra in refinement and detail, Franke as a Swiss heritage company has put together a collection of sinks and accessories, which are carefully designed and crafted in Switzerland.
Whether you have a single or double basin sink, the standard drain hole diameter is 3-½”. … Sink drains are available in a variety of finishes, so they can be matched with other kitchen fixtures such as faucets or cabinet pulls.
Kitchen sink basket strainers are the same size. The basket assembly can fit the sink drain opening every time. You don’t have to measure it, you don’t have to measure the size of your sink drain hole, this is the standard in the industry.
Measure the Sink
Most drain openings are 1 1/4 inches, although 1 1/2 inches and 1 5/8 inches are also common sizes.
What does my sink come with ? Franke sinks come with everything required for fitting the sink into your worktop securely. … Come with fitting clips, 1, 2, or 3 wastes (depending on how many bowls the sink has), overflow pipe/s and fittings and tap hole stopper if one is needed (if the sink is a reversible sink).
According to Signature Hardware, a standard kitchen drain is 3 1/2 inches in diameter. This is the measurement across the center of the drain, from one side to another. The drain strainer, the bowl-shaped piece inside the drain mouth, matches this dimension.
Always use mild, non-abrasive cleaning agents such as Franke Stainless Steel Sink Cleaner to remove stubborn stains from your stainless steel and make sure you thoroughly rinse away any cleaning liquids once finished.
But in the event that you have a deep scratch that you want to care for, here’s what you can do: take a 3M Scotch-Brite pad and our white Inox Cream. Apply enough of the cream the cover the scratch and then wipe the area with your pad going with the grain of the surface.
The sink strainer plug should fit into the plug hole if it is 78mm in diameter at the top flat surface. Attach your measuring tape to the bottom of the sink to measure your plug hole diameter.
Franke manufacture sinks using only premium quality chrome nickel steel (18/10 Stainless Steel). Thoroughly resistant to staining, chipping, rust and corrosion, plus being exceptionally hygienic, Franke stainless steel sinks will look good and give you many years of great service.
The Franke Rollamat is a handy accessory, which can be used to drain glasses or crockery, but also doubles as a trivet to protect the work surface from hot and heavy cookware straight from the oven, hob or grill. When not in use, this innovative accessory can be rolled up and conveniently stored away.
There is a pipe size. Most modern drains have a 1 1/2 inch outlet, but older sinks may have drains that connect to a 1 1/2 inch tailpiece. All the pipes that connect to the tailpiece are either 1 1/2 or 1 1/2 inches in diameter.
The 1½-inch size is used to capture water that might flow out of a kitchen sink, a bathroom vanity or a tub. The two-inch pipe is commonly used to drain a shower stall or washing machine, and it may be used as a vertical stack for a kitchen sink. A three-inch pipe is what’s used in homes to pipe toilets.
6 pieces sink stoppers in different sizes
- Fit for drains (7/8 inch to 1 inch)
- Fit for drains (1-1/8 inch to 1-1/4 inch)
- Fit for drains (1-3/8 inch to 1-1/2 inch)
- Fit for drains (1-5/8 inch to 1-3/4 inch)
- Fit for drains (1 inch to 1-3/8 inch)
- Fit for drains (1-1/2 inch to 2 inch)
The reason our sink plugs wouldn’t hold water was because the rubber washer underneath needed to be replaced. You can pull apart the plug by untwisting the middle handle part, which allows you to replace the rubber washer underneath. This is the seal that allows the plug to stop water going down the drain.
Why does waste pipe come in different sizes – 32mm and 36mm – 40mm and 43mm? … The simple answer is that there are two different types of waste pipe, push fit waste pipe which is measured in metric terms and solvent weld waste pipe which is often measured in imperial terms.