DuraLedge sink mount brackets are easy to install. By following our detailed directions below, you’ll discover how quickly mounting your sink can be accomplished.
- Sink Manufacture’s Specifications
- Safety Glasses
- Power Drill
- 1/4″ Wood Drill Bit
- #2 Phillips Bit
- 3/8″ Socket or Adjustable Wrench
- 1/4″ Socket or Flat Head Screwdriver (adjust leg leveler)
- Masking Tape For Marking (optional)
- Tape Measure
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Doing so will ensure a great product. Manufacturer will not be held responsible for damage to any product or other products due to incorrect installation, installation, or negligence.
- Add 3/8″ hex nut to post prior installation and tighten the hex nut against the weld nut after the sink is set. Hex nut goes above the weld nut.
- Finished sink weight not to exceed 165 lbs.
- Weld nuts for adjustable posts must be positioned to the top side of the bracket for proper installation.
- If the sink cabinet has cabinets to be attached to either side, fasten cabinets together prior start of installation.
- Any obstructions in flanking cabinets or appliances must be removed prior drilling. Such as shelving, pull outs, trash pullouts/bins, dishwashers, etc.
- Cabinetry with less than 3/4” side walls will need reinforcement.
- Any Voids between cabinets must be filled prior installation of bracket bolts going through both walls. Illustration below shows typical voids.
- Brackets must be mounted vertically straight.
- Install leg levelers after brackets have been installed and secured.
- Brackets recommended to be installed a minimum of 3” away from drain(s).
- Split lock washer and hex nut installed against bracket, inside cabinet.
Manual Installation (non-cnc)
- Referencing sink manufactures specifications, note the sink height, (top to bottom) and depth, (front to back) needed for your specific application.
- Height needed for the sink, plus (+) 1” is the center point of the top hole drilling location. Center of bottom hole is 2 ⅞” down from center of top hole.
If for example, a sink needed 7” of clearance. This would put our top hole at 8” down from the top
of the cabinet.
The bracket locations from front of cabinet to back of cabinet will be determined by your specific
- Mark the cabinet for all bracket holes and drill.
- Install all four brackets using supplied hardware making sure the ⅜” hex nut faces up.
#10 x 1 ¼” large washers are for the exterior of the cabinet. First slide on the #10 x ¾” washer,
then #10 split lock washer, last snug #10 hex nuts until the split lock washer is flat. Do not over