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Moen G182334 1800 Series Stainless Steel 18 Gauge Double Bowl Drop In Sink

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About the Moen G182334

Moen G182334 1800 Series Stainless Steel 18 Gauge Double Bowl Drop In Sink. The G182334 is a genuine product manufactured by Moen Faucet and has a full body stainless steel construction with a drop-in design. The double bowl sink has an 18 gauge steel construction. It also features Moen's Soundshield which gives great noise reduction allowing for quiet dependability. Overall dimensions: 33 inches x 22 inches. Limited lifetime warranty. Sink template included. Four hole design.

Product Details

Manufacturer: Moen
Material: Stainless Steel
Type: Sink
Room: Kitchen
Mpn # G182334
Shipping Dimensions 24.0" x 8.5" x 37.5"
Weight 21.80 lbs.
Shipping Dimensional Weight 43.38 lbs.

Product Features

  • Double Bowl
  • Stainless Steel
  • Features Soundshield, Assuring Exceptional Noise Reduction And Quiet Dependability
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty

Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 based on 1 reviews


Terrific Sink, extra 2" on one side is huge + Rated 5 by Chip
  Yes, I recommend this product.
I purchased this sink after hours and day's of discussions, visiting home stores, reading reviews, and about 4 phone calls to Moen's consumer line. At one point I even had purchased the G182134, and returned it in favor of this offset design. I did find that while everyone told me that both sinks were the same except for the design, that this model had 3 times the sound deadening material when compared to the G182134. I am very impressed with the design after comparing all the major brands; this offset design allows for a double bowl sink, of equal width; both sides as useful; with one side giving you an extra 2 inches of length. I also purchased the sink grids by moen and the strainer basket, which my wife loves. after much agonizing over which depth is best 7-10 inches; I found the 8 inch to be pretty pretty perfect in this top mount; and also the maximum depth I could go and have my drain still work adequately due to the mainline drain entering the cupboard about 1/3 up from the floor of the cabinet. I did have trouble installing it, because the current 22 X 33 cutout, wasn't big enough; i think we needed 21 1/4 by 32 1/4. That wasn't Moen's fault, but I had to have a neighbor , widen the hole with a jigsaw. I also had an extremely hard time, getting the pull down clips to actually pull the sink down flush, especially in the front rim, for about 6 inches. My neighbor said this was because the hole, still was not completely square, due to settling of the cabinet. I afterwards remembered reading one person who said, to pinch the UChannels to gather slightly, BEFORE INSTALLING THE SINK, so that the clips grip better, can provide more major pull down force, with out popping out as easily, and i didn't know what that meant; I do now! I remedied this by siliconing around the sink, and clamping down the front flush for about 6 hours. My neighbor though said a lot of people have trouble with clips; and just get a really firm, flush flat fit of the sink, then set it with silicone, and fogey about the clips! My recommendation, and I am a beginning to intermediate DIYer; is I would have hired a plumber to install it; if i re-did it. Thank God for my neighbor's jigsaw and clamp, and my new sink was in and completely functional and re-plumbed in about 15 hours. I wil say though, the quality of the stainless, it's beveling, etc. is really thick, heavy and beautiful. I would recommend the sink grids; and I was able to install an Arbor Motion sense faucet, in the first hole, with only the single support clip, and the whole faucet is extremely solid and stable. Because of the sideways design faucet handle, I had to buy a stainless plug for the second hole, the disposer button in the third, and soap dispenser in the fourth. Also please read a lll of Moen's precautions, about how to protect the finish, about not using harsh cleaners, chlorine products, and sitting sponges and cloths on the sink longterm; rinsing the sink etc. I think this my be why some of the other Brands "rust" pit over time, a year or more. Update 2_21_2015 I feel compelled to state how much we are enjoying this sink, along with the Motion Sense Arbor faucet, arbor soap dispenser; and the sink grids, and stainless basket. This has totally moved working in the kitchen to a way more pleasurable experience. The quality of all these components; the depth of the sink, reduces splashing, the grids actually help keep the sink cleaner by allowing you to have things in the sink, but wash away debris;the faucet is so solid, and works so smooth. The precision handle, the responsive handsfree, the solid mounting on the 18GA sink, makes the install rock solid, even with only the basic clip underneath. I actually uninstalled another brand of faucet, soap dispenser, and have these to compare to. If you are in the market and looking, consider Moen, ever single one of those products are very high value, meaning great benefit to price ratio. I am very pleased with EVERY one of these Moen pr
Originally posted on moen.com Jun/2016

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