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Model #22DB6332283S.075

Colony Pro Drop-In Stainless Steel 32.36 in. 3-Hole Double Bowl Kitchen Sink Kit

  • 33 in. L x 22 in. W x 6 in. D, Minimum Cabinet Size: 36 in.
  • SoundSecure Pads: Reduces excess sound and vibrations during use
  • Drains and installation hardware included
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Product Overview

For a quick kitchen makeover, the Colony Collection has the perfect sink to fit your needs. This 33 in. Double Bowl sink is made from durable 22-Gauge stainless steel and is equipped with bottom sound pads and full spray insulation for ideal scratch, sound, heat, and condensation protection. Perfect for an ADA solution, this sink is 6 in. deep. With convenient top mount installation and waste fittings included, Colony sinks can be dropped in and ready to go quickly and efficiently.
  • Durable 20-Gauge stainless steel
  • Convenient top mount installation
  • 33x22x6 in. ADA double bowl sink
  • Includes two 9028000.075 drains
  • Installation hardware, cutout template and instructions included
  • 36 in. (914mm) cabinet required
  • Equipped with SoundSecure+ rubber sound pads on the bottom of your sink to reduce excess sound and vibration
  • Features StoneLock multi-layer spray insulation to help with sound absorption and to minimize condensation on the underside of your sink
  • Each bowl size: 14 x 16 x 6












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Number of Faucet Holes3331
Sink ShapeRectangularRectangularSquareSquare
Sink MaterialStainless SteelStainless SteelStainless SteelStainless Steel
Number of BowlsDouble BowlDouble BowlSingle BowlSingle Bowl
Actual Left to Right Length (In.)32.937532.93752525
Bowl Top to Bottom Depth (in.)6868
Sink Gauge20 Gauge20 Gauge20 Gauge20 Gauge
Bundle TypeSink w/ AccessoriesSink w/ AccessoriesSink w/ AccessoriesSink w/ Faucet
FeaturesInsulated,Sound DampeningInsulated,Sound DampeningInsulated,Sound DampeningInsulated,Sound Dampening
Drain LocationCenterCenterCenterCenter
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Specifications

Dimensions

Actual Left to Right Length (In.)
32.9375
Bowl Top to Bottom Depth (in.)
6
Cut-Out Below Counter Depth (in.)
6
Cut-Out Depth (in.)
21.38
Cut-Out Width (in.)
32.36
Kitchen Sink Front to Back Width (In.)
21.9375
Left Inner Bowl Below Counter Depth (in.)
6
Left Inner Bowl Front to Back Width (in.)
16
Left Inner Bowl Left to Right Length (in.)
14
Right Inner Bowl Below Counter Depth (in.)
6
Right Inner Bowl Front to Back Width (in.)
32.36
Right Inner Bowl Left to Right Length (in.)
14
Spout Height (in.)
0

Details

Bowl Split
50/50
Bundle Type
Sink w/ Accessories
Color Family
Stainless Steel
Color/Finish
Stainless Steel
Drain Location
Center
Faucet Finish
No Faucet Included
Faucet Flow Rate (gallons per minute)
0
Faucet Type
No Faucet Included
Features
Insulated,Sound Dampening
Included
Drain
Kitchen Product Type
Kitchen Sink
Minimum Cabinet Size (in.)
36
Mount Type
Drop-in
Number of Bowls
Double Bowl
Number of Faucet Holes
3
Product Weight (lb.)
9.3
Returnable
180-Day
Sink Finish Type
Satin
Sink Gauge
20 Gauge
Sink Material
Stainless Steel
Sink Shape
Rectangular
Spout Reach (in.)
0

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
IAPMO Certified
Manufacturer Warranty
Limited Lifetime Warranty

Questions & Answers

4Questions12Answers

is this a 3 hole

Asked by HomeDepotCustomer October 11, 2020
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Hello, Thank you for reaching out to the American Standard Consumer Connection Team. The 22DB6332283S.075 is a three hole sink. If there is anything we can assist you in the future, please feel free to contact us at 1-855-815-0004 Monday – Friday, 8AM – 7PM EST or Saturday 10AM – 4PM and an American Standard Consumer Connection Advisor will be happy to assist you.

what is the dimension of the faucet hole?

Asked by DS March 9, 2019
3
Answers

Either 1-7/16 or 1-1/2 inches ...

Is the 36" cabinet measurement for the height of the cabinet?

Asked by Tim July 25, 2018
3
Answers

There is no 36" measurement with this sink. It is not a cabinet.

HOW DEEP ARE THE SINKS?

Asked by rabbit May 14, 2017
5
Answers

6 inches

Customer Reviews

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Nice looking stainless sink! This is a 20g stainless sink which is 6” deep and is 33” Lx 22” dee...
Nice looking stainless sink! This is a 20g stainless sink which is 6” deep and is 33” Lx 22” deep. Would have preferred a deeper sink but my tall pull-down sprayer faucet still allows for filling and cleaning larger pots. I like the 3-holes because it allows me to have my own hand soap dispenser on the sink itself. Comes with standard 3.5” drains, stainless steel waste fittings and basket strainers. I like the ample room raised edges all around the sink. Makes it less likely for water to run off. My previous sink had very little room on their raised edges and water would constantly flow over the sides. Each bowl is 14”x16” and I would also recommend purchasing stainless steel grids of the appropriate size to put at the bottom of each side of sink to keep it from getting scratched or dented. It also makes the sink look more high end with these grids ( also available at Home Depot). My previous sink had the rubber sound pads on the bottom to reduce sound and vibration and it also had the insulation to help with sound absorption and minimize condensation under the sink which are also features of this sink but at a much better price than my previous sink. For the price, this sink looks and performs very well and I would recommend it.
by JoJo
2 people found this helpful
This has been a major upgrade to our kitchen. You'll see why if/when you view my pictures. I coup...
This has been a major upgrade to our kitchen. You'll see why if/when you view my pictures. I coupled our new Colony Pro stainless sink with a new single handle faucet w/pull out sprayer in chrome which really sets off the package. Additionally I added a drinking water dispenser which couples to an under sink filtration system A kitchen sink isn't particularly recommended as a DIY type job though someone with even limited DIY experience can do it. If your considering an upgrade as a DIY'er be sure to follow instructions carefully. Your new sink will come with sufficient instructions and includes a cut out template if you're also replacing the counter top. This can be the most intimidating part of the entire job and if you've ever done it before then you already know. You need special tools and a few tricks to make a clean straight cut without damaging the surface of a standard (wood & laminate) counter top. Which also means a natural stone material is even trickier and requires a whole set of different tools and know how. So if your unsure call a pro for the job. Assuming your going ahead DIY here's a few tips. When re-using the counter top, it's best to replace the sink with the same size. If enlarging the sink, first be sure the counter and plumbing can both accommodate it (measure everything multiple times not just twice). And if your doing a new counter top, be sure to use the cut out template supplied with your sink. In almost every case it's best to make the cuts before the counter's installed, outside and with plenty of support (saw horses, etc.). You also want to protect the laminate from scratches (or worse) so a material such as masking or painters tape (lots of it) is a good idea once you have your lay out from the template. Another body is also helpful since the portion to be cut will become weighed down. If it drops out before your cuts are complete, will likely crack and destroy the laminate on the counter. Assuming you've done all that with total success, it's much easier to have your plumbing fixtures in place prior to installing anything else. This isn't always so easy since if your connecting to existing plumbing, things don't normally line up. Also it's much easier to install the faucets before dropping the sink into the opening. What's nice about a stainless sink (like this one) they are relatively light even with the faucets mounted. Don't install the drain baskets yet as they make great handles for setting your new sink and connecting drain pipes is pretty simple. Most important; assuring a good seal to all components. Water leaks are by far (next to fire) most damaging. The sink needs a perfect seal in the counter and the faucets need a perfect seal to the sink. When installing faucets, I prefer plumbers putty (lots of it) under the faucets making sure it makes contact all the way around. It should ooze out when tightening your faucets. This fine since it's an oil based product, repels water, provides a lasting seal and the excess is easy to clean. You can also get a non staining putty for porous materials. The best reason for using putty here is, the faucet will likely wear out before the sink and putty is much easier to clean off should you need to change faucets in the future. Now that your ready to install the sink, be sure to purchase a quality tube of silicone caulk. In most cases, are likely to want clear. Lay a heavy bead around the entire counter where the sink will meet the edges. Don't worry about oozing caulk as it's very easy to remove once it sets up. Normally I do a dry fit before setting the sink and mark it with pencil on all sides to be sure the sink will be centered after setting. So you've marked and caulked, go ahead and set your sink. Tap lightly on the underside or edges to center your pencil marks. When satisfied, press down firmly (don't muscle it) to set the caulk. If it oozes at all points your ready to install the clamps to the under side. If there's gaps in the caulk, spread it with your finger. Follow the included instructions on installing the clamps. This sink comes with 10 which allows 2 per side and 3 each front and back. Normally you would space them evenly. Each side should be snugged into place starting from those closest to the center of each side (don't tighten them down just yet). Once all are snugged, check the sink is being pulled down evenly to the counter. If so proceed to tighten the clamps according to the instructions using the same order (center out). You need only a plain screw driver for the clamps. Once it's set, install your baskets, hook the supply lines and finally the drains. Turn on the water and carefully check everything for leaks. Keep in mind small leaks don't always show up right away. Avoid using the sink until the caulk is well set but recheck for plumbing leaks while the caulk sets. Assuming that all went as planned and your finished with the job, stand back and revel at your new Colony Pro stainless sink. Mine brightened my kitchen quite favorably and matches our appliances beautifully. My wife is elated not just with the finish and decor but also it's functionality. And the new matching faucets are icing on a luscious cake. We don't get this excited but this was a perfect upgrade.
by Jerry
2 people found this helpful
Beautiful sink, very well made and durable. Excellent buy!...
Beautiful sink, very well made and durable. Excellent buy!
by Hildy
Rating provided by a verified purchaser...
Rating provided by a verified purchaser
by Stacy
Beautiful sink and very sturdy!
Beautiful sink and very sturdy!
by Amy
It's an improvement over my old sink setup, but it has deficiencies. It does deaden the sound of...
It's an improvement over my old sink setup, but it has deficiencies. It does deaden the sound of water hitting metal well. The sink as a whole is strong enough, but the area of the 3 holes flexes when faucets are used. It discolors easily from water when it is not wiped dry. It looks like I valued the price too much.
by MobileHomeOwner
Response from AmericanStandardBrandsJun 1, 2020
MobileHomeOwner, As the manufacturer, we are very interested in supplying consumers with a quality product that delivers the expected performance. Anytime we hear problems encountered in the use of one of our products, we want to get involved and resolve the difficulties the best we can. We appreciate you taking the time to share this feedback with us. We would like to connect with you to learn more about your experience to find a way to help! Please visit the American Standard Website, and email us directly through the “Contact Us” section and reference your review. Love American Standard Consumer Connection Team. AmericanStandard
5 Star Review
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by Vin
Ordered this online for home delivery. When I opened it up I was surprised that it had passed an ...
Ordered this online for home delivery. When I opened it up I was surprised that it had passed an inspection. Not! The basins were poorly finished with black showing through the stainless in all four corners. The finish on the back of the basin was rough with lines, not smooth at all. Would not recommend this product if you want a nice looking stainless steel sink.
by Dusty
Response from AmericanStandardBrandsSep 30, 2019
I'm sorry to see you aren't completely satisfied with your American Standard Colony Stainless Steel sink.. We put a lot of thought into our products, so it is unfortunate whenever we do not meet a customer’s expectations. We would like to connect with you to learn more about your experience to find a way to help! Please visit the American Standard Website, and email us directly through the “Contact Us” section and reference your review. Sincerely Your American Standard Consumer Connections Team. AmericanStandard
4 Star Review
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by Richard
Looking for a great durable stainless steel sink at a great price? Look no further! This colony...
Looking for a great durable stainless steel sink at a great price? Look no further! This colony pro drop in stainless steel sink is exactly what you're looking for. Fits standard 33" opening and looks great. Stainless steel seems pretty sturdy and doesn't seem to have that tinny sound that thinner gauge sinks have. This sink is predrilled with 3 holes to accommodate most faucets. Recommend!
by blrow3
1 person found this helpful
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