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Sink waste and overflow assembly?

JohnNYJohnNY Member Posts: 1,698
Hi. Does anyone know where I can buy this assembly?

Thanks in advance.

The pic is 90° sideways. Sink drain is the bottom.


  • EricEric Member Posts: 255
    I have never seen....

    that particular set up before... guessing from the size of the strainer it's a kitchen sink?

    but with an overflow??

    what do you have going on here?
  • SteveSteve Member Posts: 468
    European sink

    Looks like your sink was imported from Europe.

    They have overflows on their kitchen sinks we do not have them here.

    There is a reason we do not have them but I cannot remember for the life of me for What it is.

    Best bet would be to try to contact the sink manufacturer. Kitchen sink should have manufactures name stamped on it somewhere
  • HillyHilly Member Posts: 260
    may not be to code

    I believe bacteria billed up in the overflow is the issue. If your job/home is being inspected a lot of European and other import products such as the one you are showing may not be a certified product. In which case the inspector may not allow you to pass plumbing inspection as long as said product is still installed.
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