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Regatta Kitchen Sink Triple Basin Stainless Steel
The elegant Regatta undermount collection is now enhanced with the unique Franke integral shelf. This practical feature supports optional drain grids, increasing the utility of the sink bowls. By elevating the working level of the sink, the new styling is a back-saving feature as well.
Regatta triple undermount sink with highly polished satin finish.
A. The Franke RGX-170 Basin Depth (Left) 9.0625 Basin Depth (Right) 9.0625 Basin Length (Center) 11.75
What bottom grids go with this sink? Does it come with the strainer baskets?
A. The Franke RGX-170 is going to have some accessories that are able to go with it. You can get a shelf style basin rack which is going to sit higher up in the sink under model number RG31. The bottom basin rack is going to be model number RG36-S. You will need to buy the sink strainers alone. This allows you to purchase the quantity that you are needing. Some people will install a garbage disposal or one in each large basin and would then only need one sink strainer.
hello what is the difference between the two triple basin models the RGX 170 and the RXX 170. Is it the gauge or the luster of the bowls? Please advise. Thanks!
A. The Franke RXX-170 is a little different in that it has an integral shelf, which means the larger sink is elevated to increase its utility and save your back.
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