Quartz kitchen sinks – It may seem exaggerated but 60% of the time spent in the kitchen, is done in the sink area, to wash, peel, prepare and cut food and also clean utensils necessary for the preparation of meals. Apart from aesthetics, functionality and easy maintenance are essential to achieve greater comfort in this important area of the kitchen. The most commonly used materials for sinks are stainless steel, granite-based synthetics, ceramics and others based on quartz and various minerals.
They can not be installed under materials such as wood agglomerates and laminates, as they will deteriorate rapidly when the edge is exposed to water or any other liquid. The quartz kitchen sinks are fixed under the thickness of the work surface, either natural granite or quartz, by means of staples, fixing rods or glued with materials of great adhesive power.
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The polished edge is visible or can be invisible as in the case of Corian integrated sinks, Silestone or other similar features, which facilitates cleaning by not having edges protruding from the work surface. There are a whole range of possibilities like these faucets for running water, filtered, soap dispenser or shower. Franke Planar Zero quartz kitchen sinks of a bucket and drainer in one piece under countertop.