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Franke HFVC3322-1 Vector 33 1/2" Single Basin Undermount/Drop In Stainless Steel Kitchen Sink

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About Franke HFVC3322-1 Vector 33 1/2" Single Basin Undermount/Drop In Stainless Steel Kitchen Sink

Imagine a kitchen where everything works together, looks great and has a purpose. A kitchen where all components are designed to help you get more enjoyment out of your day. Vector center, is for those who are truly inspired by cuisine. A chef’s workstation, a space for creation, a space where it all comes together. Your home is not complete without accessories, and neither is your sink. Vector center has a suite of included accessories that will transform your sink into a multi-purpose workstation. Accessories included; colander, cutting board, roller mat and bottom grid.
  • Stainless steel construction
  • Undermount/Drop In installation
  • Sink Gauge: 16 gauge
  • Sound-dampening pads reduce excess noise from running water and disposal vibration
  • Designed with sloped, elegant lines on the bottom of the bowl to allow water to drain from sink
  • Rear Drain Location: Rear offset drain maximizes the usable bottom surface of the bowl while also creating extra cabinet space beneath the sink
  • Sink Shape: Rectangle
  • Weight: 48 lbs

Product Benefits

Stainless Steel - Wonderfully Elegant: Hygienic, easy to clean and long-lasting. It’s the go-to material for professional chefs. It's no accident that 70% of sinks around the world are made of stainless steel. It looks good in almost any kitchen. What’s more, it’s corrosion-resistant, has an absolutely pore-free surface for easy cleaning and is extremely hygienic. Stainless steel also bonds with oxygen to form a passive protective layer that continuously renews itself. It can withstand extreme temperatures and last but not least, it is rust-resistant.

Cleaning and Caring for Stainless Steel Sink
  • Everyday tips - Our stainless steel sinks are made of premium chrome-nickel steel. This high-quality material makes our sinks eye-catching and resistant to stains, rust and corrosion. So we created Inox Cream specifically for the care and maintenance of this special material. This polish is easy to apply and can protect or restore the luster or your sink. Just spread a little on a damp cloth, rub it lightly onto the surface and allow it to set. Then just rinse it off with water and polish with a dry cloth
  • Scratches - Unless they’re very deep and unsightly, scratches on stainless steel surfaces aren’t always bad. In fact, over time, lots of small scratches can add an attractive matte look to your products. But in the event that you have a deep scratch that you want to care for, here’s what you can do: take a 3M Scotch-Brite pad and our white Inox Cream. Apply enough of the cream the cover the scratch and then wipe the area with your pad going with the grain of the surface. Once the scratch looks like it has been wiped away, rinse off any excess cream and clean the surface with a dry cloth
  • Stubborn stains and rust - Any rust that appears on stainless steel is the result of iron particles coming from external sources. If you want to remove any rust stains from your products, we recommend using a cleaning agent containing oxalic acid (e.g. Bar Keepers Friend). Always use mild, non-abrasive cleaning agents to remove stubborn stains from your stainless steel and make sure you thoroughly rinse away any cleaning liquids once finished

What to avoid on Stainless Steel Sink

  • Bleaches containing hypochlorite
  • Silver dip cleaners
  • Leaving foods like citrus fruit juice, salt, vinegar, mustard, pickles and mayonnaise on your surface for prolonged periods. These foods can cause pitting and corrosion
  • Strong acids like photo developing liquids or denture cleanser. If they come in contact with your sink, they should be washed away immediately with clean water
  • Using steel wool pads

Key Features & Innovations

Easy to clean

A wipe down with a soapy cloth is all you need. Then just rinse the surface thoroughly to keep your sink looking as good as new. Do not use bleach or other acidic cleaners.

The ideal standard gauge

The standard gauge describes the thickness of a metal sheet, on a scale from 8 to 30. The lower the number, the thicker the metal sheet. The thicker it is, the less it can be bent or dented and the quieter it is in use. But if too thin, it becomes impossible to produce a sink from a single sheet of metal. Deep-drawn sinks in full size have a standard 18-20 gauge Hand-made sinks have a standard 16-18 gauge Smaller accessory bowls are standard gauge 18-22


 


Specs
L 33 1/2" x W 22 1/2" x D 9 1/8"

Product Specifications

SPECIFICATIONS SHEET
Spec. Value
Sink Installation Type Undermount Sink, Drop In Sink
Number of Basins 1
Sink Shape Rectangle
Sink Faucet Holes 1
Sink Material Stainless Steel
Sink Length (Left-to-Right) 33 1/2 in
Sink Width (Front-to-Back) 22 1/2 in
Sink Depth 9 1/8 in
Sink Style Modern/Contemporary
Sink Color Family Stainless Steel
Sink Gauge 16
Drain Placement Rear
Drain Assembly Included Yes
Overflow No
Faucet Included No
Soap Dispenser Included No
Basket Strainer Included Yes
Basin Rack Included Yes
Sound Dampening Yes
Warranty Limited Lifetime Parts Warranty
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