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pop-up drain in a 2-faucet, 1-drain sink

Posted by naadimre (My Page) on
Thu, May 30, 13 at 23:20

hi all,

we're planning on installing a duravit vero trough sink on a small 48" double vanity. this is a wide trough sink - 39-3/8", to be exact, with two faucets and a single drain in the center.

will a typical pop-up drain that comes with a faucet work in this situation since the drain is not directly below the faucet? i'm posting a picture of the sink. the faucet is the pfister kenzo.




Here is a link that might be useful: pfister kenzo

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RE: pop-up drain in a 2-faucet, 1-drain sink

Can you get a "click clack" drain? You push it down to close it , and push it again to pop it up. We just had those installed in our Lacava sinks. Only had them a week, but I really like the way they work. After all, what do you have in a sink, that you cannot put your hand in to touch the drain to let the water out? Then you don't need the pull up jobbies on the faucets. Probably the best bet is to check with the sink manufacturer.


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