Kitchen sinks are an important component of the kitchen work triangle. Before buying sinks, it is good to know why you want them and which type would serve you best.
Most of us are familiar with kitchens, and know that a sink, refrigerator and hob comprise three legs of a kitchen triangle. While most of us are aware as to what a sink does and the popularity of single bowl sinks, not many know that there are other kitchen sink types as well, each of which perform particular functions and fulfill specific purposes for the cooking space. Will a single bowl suffice even though you are a large family, or would a double bowl work better for rinsing and washing?
Single bowl sinks have just one basin. They are compact, can be fixed into any space, even kitchen corners and are perfect for small homes.
Single basin sinks are larger and make washing pots, trays and cookers easier. It is also faster to clean these kind of sinks because of reduced corners and edges. They are also cheaper than the 2 bowled variety.
DOUBLE BOWL SINKS
Although Indian kitchens primarily feature single bowled sinks, double bowls are slowly gaining popularity with the flexibility that they afford, while being very convenient.