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KRAUS All-in-One Undermount Stainless Steel 32 in. 50/50 Double Bowl Kitchen Sink

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All-in-One Undermount Stainless Steel 32 in. 50/50 Double Bowl Kitchen Sink

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Product Overview

Kraus kitchen sinks are known for sturdy construction and excellent quality. Handcrafted from premium 16 gauge T-304 stainless steel, this undermount sink suits any decor style, from the traditional to the modern kitchen. The extra-deep basin easily accommodates your largest cookware, including baking sheets and stockpots. A rear-set drain provides more usable surface area and storage space under the sink. Commercial grade finish protects the surface from rust and oxidation, with a neutral color to match all kitchen appliances. Gently curved corners are easy to clean and offer a stylish look for the modern kitchen. For a quieter kitchen experience, proprietary NoiseDefend soundproofing eliminates noise and vibration when the sink is in use.

  • Premium T-304 Stainless Steel Construction
  • Sound Insulated with Thick Rubber Dampening Pads & Stone Guard Undercoating
  • Channel Grooves Engineered for Optimal Drainage
  • 16-Gauge Steel for Added Durability
  • Handcrafted by Skilled Artisans
  • Commercial-Grade Satin Finish is Scratch and Stain-Resistant
  • Extra-Deep Double-Bowl Design with Gently Rounded Corners for Easy Maintenance
  • Standard 3.5" Drain Opening
  • All Mounting Hardware Included
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty
  • Codes/Standards: Meets ASME A112.19.3/CSA B45.4
  • Installation Type: Undermount
  • Sink Cutout Template: included
  • Minimum Cabinet Size: 36 in
  • Basin Split: 50/50 in
  • Sink Length: 31.25 in
  • Sink Width: 20.5 in
  • Sink Depth: 10 in
  • Drain Opening: 3.5 in
  • Drain Position: Rear
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Package Type Kit Kit Kit Kit
Kitchen Sink Left to Right Length (In.) 32.75 31.25 33 33
Number of Faucet Holes 0 0 1 1
Number of Basins Double Double Double Double
Basin Top to Bottom Depth (in.) 10 10 9.3125 9.3125
Sink Shape Rectangular Rectangular Rectangular Rectangular
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Basin Top to Bottom Depth (in.)
Cut-Out Below Counter Depth (in.)
Cut-Out Front to Back Width (in.)
20.5 in
Cut-Out Left to Right Length (in.)
31.25 in
Kitchen Sink Front to Back Width (In.)
Kitchen Sink Left to Right Length (In.)
Left Inner Basin Below Counter Depth (in.)
Left Inner Basin Front to Back Width (in.)
Left Inner Basin Left to Right Length (in.)
Right Inner Basin Below Counter Depth (in.)
Right Inner Basin Front to Back Width (in.)
Right Inner Basin Left to Right Length (in.)


Basin Split
Color Family
Stainless Steel
Stainless Steel
Insulated,Sound Dampening
Strainer Basket
Kitchen Product Type
Kitchen Sink
Minimum Cabinet Size (in.)
Mount Type
Number of Basins
Number of Faucet Holes
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Product Weight (lb.)
Sink Finish Type
Sink Material
Stainless Steel
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Manufacturer Warranty
Limited Lifetime Warranty

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All-in-One Undermount Stainless Steel 32 in. 50/50 Double Bowl Kitchen Sink is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 20.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Disappointing Purchased this to replace 18 gauge ss sink in remodeling project. It was my understanding that 16-gauge sink is less likely to be scratched compared to 18-gauge and this one said to be "Scratch-resistant commercial-grade premium satin finish". Received/installed sink in September 2013. I wash dishes in this sink average twice per week. Yes, grids were in sink. Yes, I dried/cleaned sink based on mfg recommended instructions. Now it is December 2013 and there are scratches in bottom from silverware coming in contact with bottom while washing dishes. Very disappointed. Sink now look worst than 10-year old 18 gauge sink which it replaced.
Date published: 2013-12-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love the look and all the accessories If you are looking for high quality, high end kitchen design on a budget, splurge and get this sink. It has a great finish, is stylish, and the design can go with any style of kitchen design whether rustic or contemporary. Plus it includes all of the extra accessories to make the awful chore of dishes easier and more stylish. The grid shelf in the bottom keeps your dishes clean and allows them to drip dry. It also keeps food on the bottom of the sink while you wash. It includes two types of drain plugs as well as a basket to catch any food that didn't get rinsed off. The towel with the Kraus logo embroidered on it makes wiping up a snap. For the money, this sink has it all with the bonus of looking great!
Date published: 2016-05-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best value yet. This is the second Krause sink I have installed like as. I have been impressed by the quality and thoroughness of Krauss products. This one is no exception either. Offering everything for complete installation including drains and sink racks. This is the heavy gauge stainless steel sink measuring approximately 32 inches by 21 inches. An adequate size sink home. This is easy to clean and installed a comfort easy to read instructions. At other coast college to my home and have been very happy.
Date published: 2016-04-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Once again Kraus doesn't disappoint... I just moved into a new condo and had a full kitchen renovation to do. This Kraus sink really makes a statement. 16 gauge steel and the sound dampening make a huge difference. The design is great and i just love my new sink! [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2016-05-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from deep sink Great idea to make a 50-50 offset sink. Stands out in the crowd of 60-40s. Two really useful sections and as always with Kraus grids to protect bottom finish. Crisp look under stone top. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2016-07-08
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Quality 50/50 stainless sink As a contractor this item is found to be of excellent quality and our clients love it when we steer them towards Kraus products. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2016-05-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Double sink, double duty! There is no denying that this is a spectacularly made, heavy duty, high quality sink. The stainless is flawless and at 16 gauge (compared to many others at 18gauge) it will provide years of service and still look good doing it. This is a great sink that offers versatility with the double bowls. Ample depth and size of the larger bowl allows for washing those big deep pots with room to spare. The smaller side is great if you need to soak something while still being able to use the larger side = dual function. I realize that may seem like an obvious statement but some people don't think about these things when buying a sink. One big tub sink limits doing multiple tasks. Ever wondered about the multiple options regarding stainless steel kitchen sinks and how to measure and compare the quality?? Here's a crash course on stainless steel in a nutshell brought to you from the world wide inter-web (it's so handy!): "Steel thickness is measured in gauges (ga), or the number of layers that make up one inch of thickness. For example, a 16ga sheet of SS means that it takes 16 layers, stacked one on top of another, to add up to one inch. 18ga takes 18 layers. Therefore 16ga is thicker than 18ga. Most kitchen sinks come in 18ga or 16ga thickness. 16ga is also stronger, less noisy, and more resistant to scratching and oxidizing then 18ga." From my experience, Kraus consistently provides high quality, heavy duty, 16 T304 gauge stainless products at a very comfortable price point (be sure to watch for sales for even better pricing). Considering that I've used and reviewed similar, and MUCH more expensive, sinks by Kohler as well as others that are less expensive too, this sink hits the sweet spot and offers excellent quality at a great price point.
Date published: 2016-04-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A very good handmade sink - contractor's review My wife and I run a small property business in Western Pennsylvania. We buy, renovate, rent, and sell homes. I am the licensed home improvement contractor of the outfit and head up our specialized work crew. We redo quite a few kitchens. has an exceptional buying guide online on sinks that anyone looking to make a significant upgrade to their kitchen will likely find very useful. I feel it should be easier to find than it is, so I’m posting the link to it here: Figure 1 shows this sink, a Kraus 31-inch, 16-gauge stainless steel, double-bowl undermount sink. All these terms are explained in the buying guide, but to further amplify, 36 inches is as wide as single or double-bowl sinks usually get in a large home kitchen, 16-gauge is generally the thickest grade and best thickness of stainless steel to get when you’re buying a home kitchen sink, two bowls allow you more flexibility in how you choose to use the sink for washing, rinsing, and food disposal, and an undermount sink is mounted under a solid countertop like solid-state plastic or, more desirably, natural or engineered stone (but not tile or the laminated particleboard most commonly used for economy in the past few decades). An undermount sink, unlike a drop-in sink, adds the countertop’s thickness to the maximum depth of the bowl. The product description also does a good job explaining that this sink is made out of Type 304 stainless steel, which is the best type of stainless steel available to make sinks with because it doesn’t corrode easily. A good tip for judging 304 stainless is to bring a magnet with you when you look at stainless sinks on display. 304 is minimally magnetic, while most of the other grades used for sinks will take a magnet as readily as a refrigerator front. The product description also uses the more specialized term “handmade.” This term is very useful to understand when buying sinks like these. A standard stainless steel sink’s manufacturing process begins with stamping the shape of the bowl into a sheet of steel. This manufacturing process has limitations because you can only go so deep when it comes to the sink’s bowls, and as the bowls get deeper, the sink gets weaker. The design of this sink evolved in commercial kitchens in Europe to combat this problem. After primary stamping, a reinforcing cage of extra steel is welded around these sinks’ large rectangular bowls. This means that the thickness of the steel is much more even throughout the sink and allows for greater bowl size without reduced functionality. Perhaps needless to say, this premium manufacturing process costs more, but you end up with a much stronger sink that will not flex as you’re working in it. For an undermount sink, the bond and the seal between the sink and the bottom of the countertop is much more difficult to compromise. The only real drawback to the design is that the large flat panels of the sink tend to reverberate more and the sink makes more of a banging noise when you work with it. This problem can be minimized with rubber sound dampening pads in addition to the condensation-reducing/basic-sound-protection spray-on coating that all quality stainless sinks receive on their underside. There is a minor drawback that the flat bottoms of these sinks tend not to drain as well, but that problem has been largely eliminated by updated manufacturing methods in sinks of this type over the last few years. Kraus has been an industry leader in pioneering sinks of this design. This is generally the most recognizable brand of handmade undermount sink to buy when you’re outfitting a kitchen. Enough time has gone by in the introduction of these Euro-style handmade sinks to the American market for specialty producers to come out with competing designs that can favorably compete, but most are seen as just catching with the leader to date. From the professional standpoint of a renovation contractor, I expected a lot from this product. I was slightly disappointed on some technical points, but overall, this is a great sink for your money. I routinely tell people who are renovating their homes that the sink is the traditional centerpiece of the kitchen, it has a deep cultural significance that extends far, far beyond what most people not involved in kitchen design and renovation usually think about, and any future buyers standing in your home will very often be standing at the sink when they really make the decision to put in an offer, although they’ll only admit to it later in the process. That’s the way it’s been for a very long time and that’s how it’s going to stay until people stop living in homes with kitchens. It does not make sense in any renovation budget to skimp on the kitchen sink. Figure 2 shows a wonderful feature of these sinks, which are designed with a grate that sits on the bottom. Under normal use, the rubber and plastic bumpers that are used on these grates degrade and wear through. The metal legs scratch the sink. A 16-gauge handmade sink can last through decades of use. The bumpers on the grates should be easy to replace. It’s frustrating when you see competitors who skimp on the bumpers, but Kraus gives you extra. It’s one of the quiet, thoughtful benefits of going with an industry leader. Figure 3 attempt to show the brushed finish on this sink. This was the most disappointing feature on this sink. I’ve seen a higher level of polish and care taken in the evenness of the edges with one of Kraus’s competitors in handmade sinks at this price point. The finish could be improved on this sink. Figure 4 shows Kraus’s innovative 2 and 3 mm sound dampening pads applied to the sides and bottom of the sunk to deaden working noise. To my knowledge, Kraus was the first manufacturer of these sinks to start doing this, and the expertise shows. The coating and pads is neatly and crisply applied, and the pads will not slowly detach over years of use, as I’ve seen elsewhere. Figure 5 shows one of the disassembled strainer assemblies shows with this product and the one shipping feature that I believe Kraus pioneered with these sinks which drives me batty, the white interior plastic gasket for the basket strainer. You should THROW THIS AWAY when you install this sink. These convenience gaskets are usually sold with products for DIYers, a concession helping them make only one trip to the store. Before anyone puts in a basket strainer on a sink costing as much money as this one, I would suspect that they read up a bit on the process before they go for it. Nine out of ten times, a gasket like this will be fine for ten to fifteen years of use. Plumber’s putty, however, has traditionally been used for this application, and will survive much, much longer and more reliably than any convenience gasket of this type. This an ultrapremium sink installed under a premium countertop mounted (most likely) over premium cabinetry. It doesn’t make sense to invite a slow drip over something you intend to pass on or sell as an investment in the future. This is very much home improvement’s modest answer to the space industry’s tendency to put in five-dollar seals that make multimillion-dollar spacecraft fail. But that gasket’s my hobbyhorse, and I’ve talked about it elsewhere in my reviews. It’s a minor thing. So, to conclude: this is an excellent handmade sink, I was disappointed in the quality of the finish, but the small, neat imprint of the manufacturer’s name in one of the bowls is worth quite a bit despite that minor manufacturing fault. This is a very smart main kitchen sink for you to choose for a medium to large kitchen renovation, and it will last for a very long time looking almost as good as they day you bought it.
Date published: 2016-05-05
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