Sinks by Rachiele
This is what should
concern you with many of the imports: (what are they hiding?)
Our lead time is generally 3-4 weeks, however, current summer sales have put us behind quite a bit. Please check with us for current lead times.
You will not see pricing on
most of our site as our sink prices vary depending on the customization. (see our
"Clearance" Pages) Our quality and
materials are far superior to the vast majority of copper sinks on the
market. We assume you are looking for a quality investment, therefore we
spare no expense in building the finest copper sinks in the world. Our
lifetime transferable warranty and guarantee that you will be thrilled
(or your money back plus $100) should indicate our sincerity in
building the finest copper and stainless steel sinks available. I want you
to be thrilled!
Still using a double bowl sink? See why
most of our sinks are single bowl with rear corner drains!
Home of the Finest Copper Sinks in the
World... We back up our claim with the most robust
warranty and guarantee
in the industry. My family name is engraved on our copper sinks. If your name was
on a product, wouldn't you want it to be the very best?
The video below is of a typical imported copper sink. This one
happens to come from China however the seller claims it comes from Mexico. Note how
flexible the bottom of the sink is. They use 16 gauge annealed copper.
The difference is that we use 14 gauge cold rolled copper which is many times
harder. In fact, I can stand in one of our sinks without damaging it at all.
cold rolled copper has a yield strength that is about 7 times more than
American Copper - how it is made: Basically, copper ore is mined in different parts of the U.S. and the ore found is generally less than 1% copper. This ore is ground and put in flotation tanks and the resultant precipitant is about 28% copper. This material is sent to a flash smelting smelter which refines it to about 70% copper. This material then goes into a flash converting furnace and is brought to 98% purity. Anode furnaces refine it further to 99.6% purity as the copper is cast in to plates or anodes. The refinery then brings these plates (anodes) into an acid solution with stainless steel plates on each side for 10 days. An electric current is applied which attract the copper to the stainless plates. The impurities, which can contain gold and silver, are left as residue on the bottom of the tank. The resultant copper is now 99.9% pure. This is American copper.
We work on the typical manufacturer margin of 10% - that's it!
Looking for other products for your home? Check out these links to our sister company, Luxury Home Products
* 14 gauge: OOOPS - Some of our videos refer to our sinks being 16 gauge. Our STAINLESS sinks are 16 gauge. Our copper sinks are, and have always been 14 gauge.
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