The Elkay LR3122EK4 has been discontinued
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- Basin Rack Recommended
- Basket Strainer Recommended
- Garbage Disposal Recommended
Elkay LR3122EK Features:
- Constructed of 18-gauge T-304 grade stainless steel
- Single basin design provides maximum workspace
- Designed for drop in installations
- Basin is undercoated and padded to prevent dish clatter and cabinet condensation
- Center drain location provides optimal drainage capability
- eDock Hook Included
- Covered under Elkay's limited lifetime residential warranty
Product Technologies / Benefits:
- SoundGuard®: Elkay uses a non-toxic latex based material to undercoat sink bottoms and sides over sound pads which help absorb sound, maintain water temperature, reduce vibration and prevent condensation. The quietest stainless steel sink in the industry.
- eDock: This sink is designed to be used with eDock sink accessories which use magnets to adhere to the sides of the sink where they can hold any of your common kitchen tools; from sponges and soap to dish towels and scrub brushes.
Elkay LR3122EK Specifications:
- Height: 7-5/8" (measured from bottom of sink to top of rim)
- Length: 31" (measured from left outer rim to right outer rim)
- Width: 22" (measured from back outer rim to front outer rim)
- Installation Type: Drop In
- Minimum Cabinet Size: 36"
- Faucet Holes: 1 - 5 (holes required for faucet installation)
- Drain Connection: 3-1/2"
This product is listed under the following manufacturer number(s):
- Elkay LR3122EK1*
1 Faucet Hole
- Elkay LR3122EK2*
2 Faucet Holes
- Elkay LR3122EKMR2*
2 Faucet Holes Middle Right
- Elkay LR3122EK3*
3 Faucet Holes
- Elkay LR3122EK4*
4 Faucet Holes
- Elkay LR3122EK5*
5 Faucet Holes
*Denotes a finish or option that has been discontinued.
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