Top Mount Sink

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MAP PRICE: $369.00

Exclusive Heritage 33″ x 22″ Single Bowl Topmount Stainless Steel Kitchen Sink with Strainer and Grid KSH-3322-S-TASG

5 out of 5 based on 13 customer ratings
(13 customer reviews)


  • Premium Grade of T304 Stainless Steel
  • Durable Long Lasting 16 Gauge (1.5mm) Thickness vs 18 Gauge (1.2mm)
  • 18/10 (Chromium/Nickel) Content For Corrosion Resistant
  • Scratch, Stain-Resistant with Premium Polished Satin Finish
  • State of the Art Sound Isolation System Pads and Undercoating
  • Highly Engineer Channel Grooves For Easy Drainage
  • Stylish Zero Radius Corner
  • Extra Deep Sink Bowl Design
  • Bottom Grid Included
  • 3.5″ Strainer Included
  • Mounting Hardware Included
  • Cutting Template Included
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty
Sink Dimensions: W 33″ x D 22″ x H 10″ Inner Bowl: W 30.25″ x D 16.625″ x H 10″
Sink Thickness: 1.5mm Sink Strainer Opening: 3.5″
Sink Strainer Width: 4.5″ Sink Strainer Height: 3.9″
Weight (lbs): 31.09 Sink Gauge: 16
Grid Dimension: L 30.25″ x W 16.625″
Include Strainer: Yes Include Grid: Yes
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Customer Reviews
13 Reviews

  1. Mary |

    Everything I thought it would be. So excited to get new cabinets installed and get it in.

  2. Lynette |

    Even when my plumber took the sink out of the extremely well packaged box, he had to comment on how nice this sink is. It is a deep basin too, which is awesome as I purchased a commercial style faucet. With the deep basin, there will be less splash on the countertops. I was taken back by not only the beauty of this sink, but also the packaging and the personalized letter thanking me for my purchase. This letter was enclosed in a beautiful embossed envelope. This sink just screams elegance and quality.

  3. Scobert |

    I had a very specific need for a 33×22 inch top mounting sink. The cutout in my granite countertop was rough and unfinished so a bottom mount was not an option. I did have to make some modifications on the sink. There are steel rails spot welded to the undersurface of the sink that accomodates the mounting brackes. The opening in my granite was too narrow to accommodate these rails so I had to remove 2 of them. This required grasping the rail with a vise grip and rocking it back and forth to “pop” the spot welds. It did end up leaving a subtle pucker in the surface of the sink rim but it was ok. I also had to drill two 1 3/8 inch holes to accommodate a hot water tap and soap dispenser. Using a countersink punch and lots of lubrication the holes were very easy to make. The last mod was to anchor the back edge to the countertop so that the spigot would not tweat the sink when manipulated. This was necessary because I had to remove the mounting rail. This required installing a stainless steel bolt immediately behind the spigot and attaching it to an bracket mounted under the counter top. This single bolt was all that was needed to make the spigot mount on the sink rim solid as a rock. The bolt is not visible because it is behind the spigot. These modifications would not have been necessary if the opening in the countertop was larger.

  4. Richard |

    Very nice. Packed well no damage. Good job!