Krowne Underbar Three Compartment Sink Unit 18-63C, 18-1/2 inches front to back depth. 6 feet long. 4" backsplash, 10" x 14" x 10" deep bowls, 18" right and left drainboards. Stainless steel top and front, NSF approved. Sink bowl is 20 gauge 304 series stainless steel and measures 10" x 14" x 9 3/4" deep with 1 1/2" radius on all vertical and horizontal corners. Furnished with 1" stainless
steel drain and 7 1/2" standpipe. Drain located in left rear corner. Drainboards are 20 gauge 304 series embossed stainless steel reinforced with welded braces every six inches and 3/4" radius on all vertical and horizontal edges.
Front apron consists of 22 gauge 304 series stainless steel clad over 20 gauge galvaneal. Backsplash is all 22 gauge 304 series stainless steel. Sides, back and bottom are 20 gauge galvaneal. Legs: are 1 5/8" tubular 16 gauge galvanized steel with grey plastic bullet foot. Includes 4" center splash mount faucet. Requires 1/2" IPS hot and cold water and 1" IPS drain connection.
I've had this sink in my home for 5 years now, and I'll never install a regular kitchen sink again. We didn't use the legs that came with it and built under-the-sink cabinets like you would with a regular sink, only with 4 doors instead of 2. We built a raised and removable back board behind the sink to make it easy to fix plumbing problems, which we haven't had. The water stays contained in the sink area because of the 18" drain boards on each side. Water and other "gunk" doesn't accumulate behind the faucets either. The third sink lets you thaw foods or wash veggies without hindering the washing and rinsing of dishes. The deep sinks actually keep those dirty dishes out of view and therefore doesn't add to the clutter of the kitchen. And for some reason that I haven't figured out yet, my back never hurts from standing at the sink for a long time, like it does when I am standing at a regular kitchen sink.