The Elkay LRAD191860R1 has been discontinued
** See similar or replacement items below **
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- Basket Strainer Recommended
- Garbage Disposal Recommended
- Single basin design provides maximum workspace
- Covered under limited lifetime residential
- Constructed of 18 gauge premium grade stainless steel - guaranteed to never rust or corrode
- Drop in installation is a quick and simple process
- Rear drain location increases workspace area in the sink as well as storage space underneath
Product Technologies / Benefits:
- Sound Deadening: Sound-deadening material minimizes sound and vibration for a quieter time at the sink.
- Height: 6" (measured from the bottom of sink to the top of the rim)
- Overall Width: 18" (measured from the back outer rim to the front outer rim)
- Overall Length: 19" (measured from the left outer rim to the right outer rim)
- Basin Width: 11-1/2" (measured from the back inner rim to the front inner rim)
- Basin Length: 16" (measured from the left inner rim to the right inner rim)
- Basin Depth: 5-7/8" (measured from the center of basin to the rim)
- Installation Type: Drop In
- Number of Faucet Holes: 1-4
- Drain Outlet Connection: 3-1/2"
- Minimum Base Cabinet Width: 24"
This product is listed under the following manufacturer number(s):
- Elkay LRAD191860R1*
1 Faucet Hole
- Elkay LRAD191860R2*
2 Faucet Holes
- Elkay LRAD191860RMR2*
2 Faucet Holes (Middle Right)
- Elkay LRAD191860R3*
3 Faucet Holes
- Elkay LRAD191860ROS4*
4 Faucet Holes (Centered)
- Elkay LRAD191860R0*
No Faucet Holes
*Denotes a finish or option that has been discontinued.
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