By Jacquelyn Parks. Sink. Published at Saturday, December 16th, 2017 - 10:05:20 AM.
Both pedestal and wall-hung basins need to be securely fixed to the wall: fit battens on stud partition walls.
Stainless-steel sinks have a hole for an overflow, but the overflow pipe comes with the waste outlet. The plastic washers supplied with the sink waste outlets are usually sufficient to seal the outlet and the overflow inlet to the sink surface.
Next fit the taps. To make the job of connecting the taps to the supply pipes easier, it is often a good idea to fit 'tails' first. Tails are short lengths of hand-bendable copper pipe fixed to the laps with tap connectors. Because they can be flexed, connecting the tails to the supply pipes, even once the sink or basin is in position, is easy.
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