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- Basin Rack Recommended
- Basket Strainer Recommended
- Cutting Board Recommended
- Garbage Disposal Recommended
- Rinsing Basket Recommended
- Soap Dispenser Recommended
Elkay LR2521 Features:
- Sink is designed for drop-in installation to make the sink a focal point of your room
- 50/50 split basins allows you to conveniently use bowls independently for washing, soaking, rinsing, drying and other household tasks
- Highest quality 18-gauge thickness and Type 304 stainless steel for lasting durability, performance and lustrous beauty
- Sound-deadening pad(s) minimizes sound and vibration for a quieter time at the sink
- Mounting clips placed inside the channel before installation mean less time under the sink for an easier install
- Straight sidewalls give the sink a flat bottom and offer more usable space for stacking, soaking and washing dishes
- This Elkay product is proudly made in the USA
- Finish is scratch resistant to heavy-duty use
- Lustrous grain reflects light evenly for high shine
Elkay LR2521 Specifications:
- Sink Length: 25" (left to right)
- Sink Width: 21-1/4" (front to back)
- Sink Height: 7-7/8" (top to bottom)
- Basin Dimensions: 21" L x 15-3/4" W x 7-3/4" D
- Faucet Holes: 0 - 5
- Faucet Hole Size: 1-1/2"
- Faucet Centers: 0, 4", or 8" (distance between the installation holes for the faucet handles)
- Minimum Cabinet Size: 30"
- Drain Connection: 3-1/2"
This product is listed under the following manufacturer number(s):
- Elkay LR25211
1 Faucet Hole
- Elkay LR25212
2 Faucet Holes
- Elkay LR2521MR2
2 Faucet Holes (Middle Right)
- Elkay LR25213
3 Faucet Holes
- Elkay LR25214
4 Faucet Holes
- Elkay LR25215*
5 Faucet Holes
- Elkay LR25210
No Faucet Holes
*Denotes a finish or option that has been discontinued.
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