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Medium Single Bowl

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Specification Number: TS.MB.40

Min cabinet size: 450 mm

Outer Dimension: 405x 455 x 211 mm

Bowl Dimension: 355 x 405 x 200 mm

Material: 18/10 Stainless Steel 

Thickness: 304 Gauge 1.2 mm thickness

Accessories: 90mm Basket waste plug

Warranty: 25 Year limited warranty

Installation Types: Inset, overmount, undermount

Weight: 5.0kg

Great design takes everyday objects and makes them swooningly beautiful, without compromising function. That’s the simple (but to us, existential) principle that underpins every coloured or metallic Titan sink. 

Our medium single bowl is large enough for a medium-sized family, although it works even better when paired with a second bowl. For the kitchen, it can fit large pots and frying pans. And it’s great for the daily rinse-to-dishwasher, one-two. It works well with our drainer inset to provide the perfect spot for washing fruit and veg, as well as the drying rack for après hand-washing dishes. With a solo sink, you can maximise sink space in a compact living environment.


Use in: kitchens, laundries, butler’s pantries and bathrooms (or as a piece of sculpture in the living room).

Installation types
Flushmount

To create a ‘flush mount’, a sink hole is cut into your benchtop. The perimeter edge of the hole is rebated to a depth of 1.5mm so your Titan sink can be inserted into the hole, and the outer lip will sit in the rebate and be flush with the benchtop, for a seamless finish.

Undermount

To achieve this look, a sacrificial benchtop is installed (a fibre board top, never seen again once the stone top is installed) on top of the kitchen cabinets. The sink is then installed into the sacrificial benchtop. A separate functional benchtop with a matching sink cut-out is then installed over the sink and the sacrificial benchtop, allowing the sink to sit underneath the stone surface. Sounds simple, no? Trust us, the resulting undermount is beautifully understated.

Overmount

To ‘overmount’ your sink, a hole is cut in the benchtop. The sink bowl is then inserted into the hole with the outer lip of the sink sitting on top of the benchtop. This puts the edge of your beautiful Titan on display for all to see.

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