Triple Bowl Drop-In Kitchen Sinks

When you need more options for meal prep, you've come to the right place! We at® are pleased to offer these triple bowl kitchen sinks - perfect for today's busy kitchen. You can have something thawing in one sink, you can be rinsing something else off in another, and you can use the disposer in the third - all without having to move anything around. Your next sink could be right here!

Houzer Large Designer Triple Bowl Sinks

Deluxe drop-in triple bowl sink
These triple bowl kitchen sinks feature:
  • Three different sized bowls are great for the busy chef - small bowl is perfect for rinsing vegetables and large bowls are great for pots and pans
  • Four faucet holes to accommodate sink accessories
  • Fully coated underside insulates for sound and reduces condensation
  • High grade 18 gauge stainless steel construction
  • Radiant silk finished bowls with sheen finished rim
  • Includes cutout template and fastening clips

Overall Dimensions Left Bowl Center Bowl Right Bowl Price & Quantity
41-5/16" x 22" 14-1/16" x 18"
9" depth
7-1/8" x 15-3/4"
5-1/2" depth
14-1/16" x 15-3/4"
8" depth
Optional Accessories
Large Stainless Steel Wire Sink Grid - for left bowl $41.86
Mid-Size Stainless Steel Wire Sink Grid - for right bowl $46.83
Small Stainless Steel Wire Sink Grid - for center bowl $28.63
Hardwood In-the-Sink Cutting Board - fits mid-size right bowl $68.78
Deluxe Basket Strainer - Stainless Steel - Fits 3-1/2" drain openings $25.82

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Griffin Commercial-Grade Triple Bowl Drop-In Sinks

These triple bowl kitchen sinks feature:
  • Beautiful satin finished sinks complement a variety of kitchen designs
  • Durable 16 gauge, type-304 construction
  • Three equal sized bowls offer you exceptional utility and are perfect for busy kitchens
  • 3-1/2" basket drains included for each bowl
  • Coved compartment has 3/4" radius, both horizontal and vertical for ease of cleaning
  • All sink compartments have noise reducing pads
  • Sinks proudly made in the USA

Model Bowl Depth Bowl Size Overall Dimensions Price & Quantity
RC-304 12" 10" x 14" 35" x 18-1/2" $1,870.87
RC-378 12" 12" x 18" 41" x 22-1/2" $1,986.08
RC-368 12" 16" x 18" 53" x 22-1/2" $2,122.70
RC-388 12" 18" x 18" 59" x 22-1/2" $2,191.74

Due to size/weight and to ensure safe delivery, certain items ship by truck and have an additional shipping fee per freight item.
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Frequently Asked Questions

Q. "What does the gauge mean?"
A. During the manufacturing process, stainless steel sinks are "stamped" into shape. That means that the material stretches and therefore the corners can be very thin. We suggest at least 20 gauge and preferably 18 gauge. The lower the number, the thicker the material. In our opinion, 22 gauge is bare minimum - builder quality.

Q. "What do the different types of stainless steel (304, 316, etc) mean?"
A. The term "stainless steel" refers to specific grades of steel that contain more than 10% chromium. Stainless steel may also include a variety of other elements (such as nickel, titanium, molybdenum, etc); it resists corrosion and is generally a stronger, more reliable steel. The most common grades of stainless steel are:

Type 304: Aside from having a higher content of chromium than most other types of stainless steel, type 304 also contains nickel; this enables it to withstand most ordinary corrosion in architecture, is durable in typical food processing environments, and resists most chemicals.

Type 316: Similar to type 304, but also contains a small amount of molybdenum, which is an alloy element #304 does not contain (but one that provides even stronger resistance to some deterioration). Types 304 and 316 are grades of stainless steel that are most often used in plumbing, as well as in the manufacturing of kitchen utensils and sinks.

Type 409: Does not contain virtually any nickel at all, but also is the stainless steel that contains the least amount of chromium. Type 409 is more suitable for high temperature applications, which is why it's often used in automotive trim and exhaust systems, or hot water tanks.

Type 410: Also does not contain any significant nickel; its primary difference to type 409 stainless is characterized by the use of heat treatment for hardening and strengthening. Type 410 is not appropriate for severely corrosive applications, but used instead in environments that require high strength; this is why it's the type of stainless steel that's often used in surgical equipment.

Type 430: Another plain-chromium stainless steel, similar to type 409, but is usually used in decorative applications.

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