Luxury European Drains
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7100-13OF Grid drain with dome cover and overflow holes.
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All of LACAVA’s porcelain sinks are of an Italian design, therefore the size of the drain hole is slightly larger than that of a standard American washbasin. Standard US drains will sit slightly lower in the drain hole but do still typically work properly. 

A standard sized drain has a diameter of 1 1/4", while all LACAVA drains are slightly oversized with a diameter of 1 1/2", which is typical of European plumbing.
Grid Drain
(Shown Above)
The grid drain allows water to drain out at all times. This type of drain is the most commonly used in settings where you do not want the sink to be filled with water, such as in a commercial setting.

Grid drains are also recommended for shallow sinks/sinks without an overflow.

Pop-Up Drain
( 7100-12 )
The pop-up drain opens and closes by attaching its horizontal rod to the pop-up rod found on the back of most deck-mounted faucets. If the faucet does not have a pop-up rod, then the pop-up drain would operate by lifting and lowering its handle below the sink.

This drain can only be used with sinks that have an overflow.

Click-Clack Drain
( 7100-16 )
The click-clack drain, also called a touch drain, is a domed drain in which you push down on the dome to close the drain and push it again to open it.

Although the grid drain looks the same as the click-clack drain, the grid drain does not close and allows water to drain out at all times.

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