GN003 Glass Vessel Sink

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Add a touch of elegance to your bathroom with a glass sink combo from Kraus. Stylish Frosted Black glass sink and matching waterfall faucet will complement any bathroom decor. Installing Kraus combo is an ideal home improvement project.

  • Due to WaterSense regulations in the state of New York, please confirm your shipping zip code is not restricted from use of items which do not meet WaterSense qualifications
  • Glass sink is constructed from solid tempered glass
  • Sink features polished glass interior and exterior
  • Designed for above counter installation with standard US plumbing connections
  • Solid brass umbrella pop-up drain and mounting ring are included in the same finish as the faucet
  • Diameter: 14 in.
  • Height: 5.5 in.
  • Glass thickness: 0.5 in. (12 mm)
  • Mounting ring adds 0.5 in.
  • 1.75 in. standard drain opening
  • Certified and Listed by UPC, cUPC, CSA, IAPMO, ANSI and SCC
  • Waterfall faucet is constructed from solid brass
  • Available in chrome, satin nickel, antique brass, oil rubbed bronze and gold finishes
  • High-quality ceramic cartridge

 

 

SPECIFICATIONS

ADA Compliant  Yes  Assembled Depth (in.)  14.0 in 
Assembled Height (in.)  13 in  Assembled Width (in.)  14 in 
Bath Faucet Type  Single Hole  Built-in Water Filter  No 
Ceramic disk valves  Yes  Color/Finish  Gold 
Color/Finish Family  Chrome  Connection size (in.)  3/8 In. 
Faucet type  Bath Faucet  Flow rate (gallons per minute)  2.2 
Handle type  Lever  Handles included  Yes 
Manufacturer Warranty  Limited Lifetime Warranty  Mount type  Freestanding 
Number of Faucet Handles  Single Handle  Number of installation holes required 
On-center measurement  Single Hole  Pull out sprayer  No 
Required rough-in valve included  Yes  Returnable  90-Day 
Separate deck plate included  No  Side sprayer  No 
Soap dispenser  No  Spout Reach (in.)  5.5 in 
Spout arc  Low  Spout height (in.) 
 
 

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PACKING:

1.Packaging for Joint Glass Basin          

(  The packing for the joint glass basin consists of the five-layer carton and the foam. )

2. Packing for Single Glass Basin

(The packaging for the single glass basin consists of the shaped foam and five-layer carton.)

3. Pallet

4. Wooden Case

 

 

 

 

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