A: Hi Christi! This sink is 18" wide and is not able to adjust, so it would unfortunately not work with your current dimensions.
A: Hi Felix, these tanks are very easy to remove for repairs. They can be removed by lifting them off the toilet, the same as a standard tank!
A: Hi Sally, all kits will include putty for installation!
A: Yes it does—it’s that sticky tack stuff. It holds it in place but not super securely (shifts of bumped too hard), so consider using along the edges too in addition to the corners.
A: No. It uses the same cold water line that fills your toilet tank. Unless your hot water line is connected to your toilet. I’m not sure if the toilet valves are made to withstand hot temperatures as there’s no way to regulate hot and cold with this sink. This sink is probably not made to be used as a primary bathroom sink. It’s mostly for those small washrooms that are too small to fit a sink.
A: Studies show no difference in the removal of contamination from hands using cold water, warm water, and hot water: 25 seconds of any temperature water washing with soap is effective. Also few people wash hands long enough after using the restroom to get the tap to run warm. That said, the simple answer to your question is no, you can’t run a hot water line to this sink. The point of this sink is saving water by washing using clean cold feed before it then drains into your toilet tank for the next flush. Also potentially avoiding adding plumbing for a sink if you have a stand alone basement toilet, for example. It functions from the toilet cold water feed line.