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How deep is a Belfast sink?
Last Updated: 13th May, 2020
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Then, what size is a Belfast sink?
Double Belfast sinks typically measure 2.5 feet across, 800mm, but sizes can vary by up to 3%. The largest Belfast sinks we offer measures 3 feet, 915mm, but as one large bowl capable of soaking the largest of pans.
Also Know, how deep is a butler sink? A butler's sink is a rectangular ceramic sink with a rounded rim which is set into a work surface. There are generally two kinds of butler's sinks: The London sink and the Belfast sink. In 2013, both types of sinks usually were 600mm across and 460mm front-to-back, with a depth of 250mm.
In respect to this, what is the difference between a butler sink and a Belfast sink?
The Belfast sink is a variation of the Butler sink; the only difference being that, traditionally, the Belfast had an overflow and the Butler had a shallower bowl with no overflow. Nowadays, both the Belfast and the Butler have overflows, although a weir overflow is only found on the Belfast sink.
Why is it called a Belfast sink?
To start off with, the Belfast sink is derived from a Butler sink and is also known as a Butler Belfast sink. As you may have guessed by the term “Butler” these sinks got their name as they were used by Butlers in their pantries for preparing food and washing up after the nobles had finished.