If you own one of them or have researched them, could you PLEASE tell me if the Prep (the shallow) part can overlap a dishwasher?
As far as I can tell, it shouldn't be a problem but I need to be sure.
I don't believe it will fit. (I could be wrong -- what made you conclude it would not be a problem?)
A typical dishwasher calls for a minimum cabinet cutout height of 34". (See, for example, http://www.galaxytoolsupply.com/v/vspfiles/photos/TR4100-8.jpg .)
The Ticor sink you want has a prep-sink depth of 3":
A typical countertop is 1.5" thick.
34" + 3" + 1.5 = 38.5" , so it seems to me you cannot do this and keep a reasonable counter height.
Ooops, in the last message, the link I provided is correct (i.e., it takes you to the correct URL), but the title is wrong. I meant to type the following:
A typical dishwasher calls for a minimum cabinet cutout height of 34". (See, for example, http://www.ajmadison.com/ajmadison/itemdocs/KUDE70FXSS_Dimension_Guide_EN.pdf .)
Oh, I see, thank you!
I guess I was comparing only to Kohler's Stages which seems to have the Prep area only 1 & 13/16 inches (46 mm) high. If the counter height is 36", shouldn't it work?
I couldn't copy the picture from their PDF but the linked page has a link to Dimensions and Measurements.
Here is a link that might be useful: Stages
wow I just looked up teh Ticor sink and raellized taht I can actually afford this one! The Kohler is so much more money! thanks for posting this
Well, the counter height maybe be 36", but you might be forgetting the thickness of the countertop (normally 1-1/4" to 1-1/2"). My dishwasher spec is 34" MINIMUM cabinet opening height.