Methods of Installation

How to Install BLANCO sinks

Installation Method Undermount

Undermount Installation

An elegant method of installation where the bowls are seamlessly mounted under the countertop. Works well mounted granite, marble, and engineered stones.

Please download and read our
instructions of undermount installation

Installation Method Drop-in

Drop-in Installation

With this classical installation method the sink is inserted from above and its raised rim rests on top of the counter. Great for any countertop type.

Please download and read our instructions of drop-in installation (pdf-file)

Installation Method MicroEdge®

MicroEdge® Installation

BLANCO's innovative MicroEdge® technology features ultra fine 1.25 mm sink rims that create a virtually seamless flushmount look.

MicroEdge® can be installed as topmount, or flushmounted by an experienced solid surface specialist.

Please download and read our instructions of MicroEdge® installation (pdf-file)

Installation Stainless Steel Apron Front

Stainless Steel Apron Front Installation

Stainless Steel Apron Style Undermount sinks feature 80 years of European heritage combined with the ability to blend with any decor. Available in a SteelArt™ Precision style or Magnum Farmhouse.

Please download and read our instructions of apron front installation (pdf-file)

Installation Method Fireclay Apron Front

Fireclay Apron Front Installation

BLANCO Cerana features a unique, reversible design for added versatility. Install as the rounded front for a traditional look or the squared front for a contemporary look.

Please download and read our instructions of fireclay apron front installation (pdf-file)

Reverse configuration

BLANCO Diamond - Reverse configuration

Our popular DIAMOND™ 1-3/4 bowl gets a new look with our reverse model, featuring the large bowl on the right hand side . And it features our functional Low Divide, allowing for easy cleaning of large pots, pans and cookie sheets.

BLANCO Diamond - Reverse configuration

Sinks can be installed with different reveals. Find out more here.



The countertop edge sits back from the edge of the sink, exposing the sink rim, typical 1/8".



The countertop meets the edge of the sink, fitting flush with the sink bowls.



The countertop extends over the edge of the sink on all sides.