Installing undermount sink so that it can be removed
Cross posted from plumbing, where is got no response:
I'm putting a couple of Blanco Silgranit sinks under granite for my new kitchen. I would like to install them in a manner such that they could be replaced in the even of a crack or other catastophe, without removing or damaging the granite countertops.
I would perhaps use a Sink Setter or something similar, but the Cascade sink curves. My fabricator isn't eager to drill into the 2cm granite for clips, and there isn't room in front for clips anyway. This sink, full of water and with a garbage disposer hanging on it, will weigh over 200 pounds.
So, any suggestions for installing in a way that allows it to be removed/replaced from underneath?