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Undermount Granite 32 in. 0-Hole Double Bowl Kitchen Sink in Nero

$363.22 /each
  • Outer dimensions: 32 in. L x 21 in. W x 10 in. D
  • Can be undermounted in granite, tile, or solid surface materials
  • Made from 80% natural quartz stone for extreme durability

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You will love the look of this granite double bowl kitchen sink. Made with actual quartz natural stone, this sink provides a high design appeal. The low divider allows large pans to fit into sink. Shallow 7 in. depth of small bowl means easier reach for food prep and cleanup. Designed to be Undermount in your choice of countertop materials including granite/quartz, solid surface and tile.

  • Made of quartz stone, only a diamond is a harder material
  • Dedicated undermount style provides smooth transition from countertop to sink bowl
  • 10 in. deep left bowl and 7 in. deep right bowl provide maximum work capacity
  • Granite material is heat and stain resistant and won't be harmed by hot pots or boiling water
  • Faucet and strainer not included
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Is this sink designed to have the garbage disposal on the left or right side, or can it go on either?

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Corona, CA
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March 16, 2016
I assumed the garbage disposal would be on the left side, but my contractor installed it while I was away and put it on the right.
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April 21, 2016
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IMO after having a sink with a 10 in deep on the left side and 8 inch deep on the right side with a drawer underneath, I would install it on the 7 inch side. If your disposal jams and you need to crank it from underneath, you won't get the right angle most likely to unjam it. I have to replace my granite sink right now after my granite sink surprisingly cracked (after 10 years) 1/2 inch from the bottom Read More
IMO after having a sink with a 10 in deep on the left side and 8 inch deep on the right side with a drawer underneath, I would install it on the 7 inch side. If your disposal jams and you need to crank it from underneath, you won't get the right angle most likely to unjam it. I have to replace my granite sink right now after my granite sink surprisingly cracked (after 10 years) 1/2 inch from the bottom on the deep sink side (not this sink btw). I plan on installing my disposal on the 7 inch side on this sink. I'm probably going to buy it from a competitor (my nards) though since these sinks are much cheaper there and also offer Espresso (brown) for a color. Read Less
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March 26, 2016
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The disposal can go on either side. Many plumbers prefer to install it on the right side because it's easier, but that shouldn't be the driver for this decision! We preferred to have the disposal on the left side (in the bigger bowl) and even with a very large disposal unit and a sink base cabinet that has a drawer on the bottom, we had no problem fitting the disposal there.
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March 17, 2016
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The garbage disposal can be installed in either sink.
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What color is this sink?

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It is called "nero" which means "black" in Italian, but in the photo it appears to be more like chocolate/brown. Can someone who has seen it in person please confirm?
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Castle Rock, WA
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January 2, 2015
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Sink is black, almost like a chalk board.
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Malvern, PA 19355, USA
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March 25, 2014
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This sink "Nero" is very definitely black, but it has a bit of sparkle in it which makes it look really appealing. It's not just a matte, boring color. Don't confuse it with the similar sink that is "espresso" and is chocolate/brown.
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Atlanta, GA
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February 13, 2014
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Hi Kimberly,
Thank you for your question.
The sink belongs to the "Black" color family.
Hope this helps.
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Sink strainer drain

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July 12, 2015
Can you recommend a nickel sink drain to use with this sink? I bought this sink and did not realize the manufacture does not make drains to go with the sink like other companies. I am in a crunch to find the strainer drain as I bought an insinkerator garbage disposal that goes on one side and ordering the satin nickel drain in that side.
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We bought a Glacier Bay brushed nickel strainer at Home Depot and it looks great. Matches the Insinkerator satin drain very well.
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July 13, 2015
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We appreciate your recent purchase of the QULS-3322 granite sink for your kitchen. The drain holes in the sink are a standard 3-1/2" size and should accommodate any standard-sized drain/strainer assembly in the color of your choice. Although we are not aware of any specific brands, we are sure that your local Home Depot store will have a variety of options to choose from.
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Is this sink a composite? If so, is it quartz or granite composite? What percentage of the composite is stone? Does the sink need to be resealed?

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Sort of a tricky question. Swanstone is a composite that has quartz in it. Granite is also primarily composed of quartz! The terminology used in marketing these materials in the US can make this distinction confusing. Swan uses both "quartz" and "granite" in their description of the material. You can check the Swan website for more details about the composite. This material does NOT require sealing. It Read More
Sort of a tricky question. Swanstone is a composite that has quartz in it. Granite is also primarily composed of quartz! The terminology used in marketing these materials in the US can make this distinction confusing. Swan uses both "quartz" and "granite" in their description of the material. You can check the Swan website for more details about the composite. This material does NOT require sealing. It is incredibly strong and looks great. After four months of use we do not have any scratches or marks. Read Less
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Thank you for your interest in the QUDB-3322 kitchen sink. Our granite sinks are considered "composite" sinks and are manufactured with 80% natural quartz stone making them extremely durable. They do not require sealing like a granite countertop does for stain prevention. You can, however, apply Weiman's Granite Cleaner & Polish to restore luster and extend time between cleanings. We recommend using warm Read More
Thank you for your interest in the QUDB-3322 kitchen sink. Our granite sinks are considered "composite" sinks and are manufactured with 80% natural quartz stone making them extremely durable. They do not require sealing like a granite countertop does for stain prevention. You can, however, apply Weiman's Granite Cleaner & Polish to restore luster and extend time between cleanings. We recommend using warm water, a soft, clean cloth/sponge or a Mr. Clean® Magic Eraser®. Non-abrasive liquid cleaners and detergents can also be used. We hope this information helps you choose a new kitchen sink for your home. Read Less
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