Noah's stainless steel sinks are made from 18-20 gauge, 304 stainless steel with an 18/8 chrome and nickel content. The benefit of this quality stainless steel ensures them to be scratch, stain and chip resistant, and one of the most durable sinks on the market. The Noah's Collection single bowl undermount sink comes complete with a full undercoat over noise reduction dampening pads to reduce any noise of running water, or dropping utensils.
Shipping Method: Ground
Whitehaus Collection understands how important it is for you to receive your order fast. We will make every effort to process your order quickly and accurately.
Each order normally takes up to 2 business days to process and ship out. Once shipped it will take up to 5-7 to be delivered.
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- Whitehaus Collection Stainless Steel sinks (except Decorative prep sinks) and Utility Series are warrantied to be free of manufacturing defects of both material and workmanship for a period of 5 years. Harm caused by improper cleaning, maintenance or installation is the sole responsibility of the purchaser, and is not covered by the manufacturer's warranty.
- Clean sink weekly with mild soap and water. Wipe the entire surface dry with a dry, clean, soft, cloth after each use. Do not use cleaners which contains acids, harsh chemicals, or abrasives. Use a steel wool pad to remove minor scratches, running with the grain in one direction only. Avoid prolonged contact with heavy salt concentration.
What is 304 Stainless Steel? Is this important to have?
304 series grade is an important aspect for stainless steel sinks as its benefit prolongs longer life and usage in a home. This includes 18% chromium and 8% nickel content. The benefits of these elements are used to help fight corrosion, chlorides and rust from occurring. Ultimately prolonging further life on the product.
What does the gauge of the stainless steel mean?
There are various stainless steel gauge sizes used for Stainless Steel Sinks. Ranging from 20, 18 and 16 gauge. This relates to the thickness and durability of the sink. The lower the number the thicker the gauge. Common sinks are 20 gauge. Having a 16- or 18-gauge sink provides more durability, better resistance hits caused by heavy pots and pans and longer life from use.
Will my stainless steel sink scratch?
Under normal use and conditions stainless steel sinks are resistance. Whitehaus collection stainless steel sinks finish process has a clean and brushed surface which further prevents normal everyday markings.