Teka sink´s installation systems.
When choosing the model of sink that will complete and emphatice the good looking of your kitchen, you must also decide which type of installation you prefer.
Kitchen sinks were traditionally of the drop-in type, that is, with the rim of the sink sitting on the work surface. Teka drop-in sinks can be mounted on virtually any worktop using Teka clip-and-bolt fasteners, which adjust to the thickness of the surface for a tight, non-slip fit. The sink is fastened to the worktop from underneath, so no screws or bolts show.
The drop-in design has a small rim to stop water spilling onto the work surface.
Some drop-in sinks can also be undermounted using special undermount clips.
With solid counter tops of marble and granite or modern composite materials, undermounting the sink has become a popular option. The Teka undermount sink is mounted and caulked from underneath using the special clips provided. Undermounting gives the sink and surrounding area a much sleeker appearance. It prevents dirt from getting trapped around or below the rim and it is absolutely waterproof when installed correctly.
Teka sinks come with cutting templates and easy-to-follow fitting instructions.
Probably the most perfect installation system, providing a totally seamless working area which is also aesthetically pleasing. The sink and work surfaces become one solid unit, free of awkward edges and corners.
Some undermounted models can also be installed this way.