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The Duostrainer sink strainer features solid brass construction for durability and reliability, and the removable basket strainer has an open/close stopper that seals tightly. The strainer has a 1-1/2" x 4" tailpiece and is for sink installations with 3-1/2" to 4" outlets.
What is the difference between the two oil rubbed bronze finishes (2BZ and BRZ)?
A. The Kohler K-8801 2BZ is a shiny oil rubbed bronze. The BRZ is a matte oil rubbed bronze.
Which strainer do I need if I have Blanco 440083 Double Basin Stainless Steel Kitchen Sink from the BlancoSupreme Series
A. The Kohler K-8801 will work for that sink, if you want a Blanco strainer it is product ID 440007.
I recently purchased the Kohler Anthem Sink K5840-3 in Black. Which Strainer/Tailpiece and size do I need? Is it available in black?
A. Your sink has a standard drain hole. You will need the Kohler K-8804 and the Kohler K-8803.
If I'm installing a disposal with this new sink, do I even need this item?
A. If you are installing a disposal then you will not need this piece with the tail piece. It still might be a good idea to purchase a basket strainer to keep unwanted items out of your disposal.
What strainer do I need with 5840-5U? Thanks!
A. The Kohler K-8801 is able to be used with the 5840-5U.
would love to order the oil rubbed bronze sink strainer but am worried about comments that it peels off in 1 year
A. This item would be covered under Kohlers warranty if something were to happen to the finish they would replace it under their warranty.
Can K-8801 be ordered without the tailpiece?
A. The Kohler K-8799 is the appropriate, tailless, version.
what's the difference between this one and Kohler K-8804?
A. The k-8804 is the body with tailpiece and does not include the strainer basket(k-8803).
Does this strainer fit any standard granite sink?
A. The Kohler K-8801 will fit any sink with a diameter of 3.5-4" outlets which is the standard measurement. However it can only be installed in sinks with a thickness of less than .78". So if your granite is thicker than this it will not work.
which strainer do I need if I'm going with the cape dory K-5864-5U sink?
A. The Kohler K-8801 would be appropriate for the Cape Dory.
How do I determine whether I need the strainer with tailpiece or without?
A. The need for the tailpiece depends on what kind of installation you are doing. If this is a whole new sink, you will probably need a tailpiece. If you are replacing the strainer in an existing sink, the tailpiece should be fine that is still attached. Please let me know if you have any questions!
I am ordering a Ticor S305 Undermount 16-Gauge Stainless Steel Double Bowl Kitchen Sink what drain do I need?
A. The Kohler K-8801 would be appropriate as it fits any typical kitchen sink drain and is offered in the Stainless Steel finish.
I ordered a double basin sink, Kohler K-3346-3. Do I need 2 of these basket strainers?
A. an alternative to a basket strainer is a garbage disposal.
what do I need for the 31 in Kohler stages sink to make it a complete unit?
The Kohler K-8801 would need a strainer and a faucet.
Featuring a convenient open/close stopper, the Duostrainer basket is offered separately so you can mix and match colors and finishes with KOHLER sinks and drains. The basket is for sink strainer installations with 3-1/2" or 4" outlets and is available in an array of KOHLER finishes and colors.
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