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Sinkit Sink Clamps

Sinkit Sink Clamps
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Item # Description Qty.
Sinkits Sink Mounting Clamp  
Our Price: $1.45
Sinkits Sink Mounting Clamp Bulk Box, 350 Pcs.  
Our Price: $465.00
Inland Non Coring Drill, 1/4 Inch, 5/8-11  
Our Price: $25.89
Inland Non Coring Drill, 6.4 mm, 1/2 Gas  
Our Price: $25.89
Makita HP1640 5/8" Hammer Drill  
Our Price: $111.45
Sinkit Sink Mounting Clamp Depth Gauge  
Our Price: $30.71


There is no other way to undermount sinks that match the combination of speed, strength, versatility and ease of Sinkits sink clamps! They will  work on all sinks with rims up to 7/8" thick

Instruction of use:

Determine the number of Sinkits required.  Mark the locations to be drilled approximately ¾” – 7/8” from sink rim.  Drill .25” diameter holes a minimum depth of ½”, a depth of ¾” is preferred when possible.  Be sure angle of hole is not leaning away from sink, drill hole straight or slightly lean toward sink.

Bend tab away from clamp body (this will preload the clamp to enable it to stay inserted unit tightened), insert clamp fully into hole, making sure clamp post bottoms out in the hole or clamp body rest against sink rim. Tighten clamp against sink rim.  DO NOT OVER TIGHTEN.

Non-Drilling Option is availble Slot Klipfor those that prefer to cut slots with a grinder as opposed to drilling 


The core bits found in this package are designed specifically for the Sinkit’s system. These core bits perform better, faster and last longer than current bits on the market used with the Sinkit’s system. 38CB0882 1/2" Gas core bit parameters: 4,000 RPM and 1" per minute.

At first you might expect the Sinkit would need to seat close to or against the stone when inserted. I understand why people might think that, but it is not necessary for the Sinkit to seat against the stone. They are designed to work even if they protrude 9/16" of an inch from the stone, as long as the bolt is inserted a minimum of a 1/2" into the hole.