Westbrass D2165-05 Post Style Large Kitchen Basket Strainer with Waste Disposal Flange and Stopper, Polished Nickel
Finish: Polished Nickel
- Large post style kitchen sink basket strainer
- 4-1/4 in. rim diameter flange
- Fits 3-1/2 in. sink opening
- 3-1/4 in. diameter, 1-1/4 in. tall removable stopper with rubber rim included
- Fits most ISE, Emerson, Kenmore, and Grainger waste disposals
- Brass construction
- Do not use plumber’s putty for installation use silicone seal
Enjoy both convenience and style with the large post style kitchen sink basket strainer and ISE style disposal flange from Westbrass. The baskets can conveniently be lifted to open or dropped to close the basket to slow the drain of water.
Available in a variety of finishes, this item is sure to complement your existing decorative fixtures.
Westbrass was founded in 1935 by two brothers, Jack and Aaron Kagan, to serve the needs of all plumbing wholesalers on the West Coast. The product lines at the time included items such as faucets, valves, malleable fittings, etc. After becoming the premier distributor of plumbing products, the company was bought in 1985 by Max Homami. Seeing a boom in the Home Improvement Industry, Mr. Homami had a vision to make Westbrass the leader in Kitchen & Bath Accessories.
The company currently manufactures its own products made of the highest quality materials. In order to ensure the excellence in the industry, these products are made to pass the highly stringent requirements of NSF, IAPMO, ADA and many other regulations. The Los Angeles-based company now sells a wide range of Plumbing Specialty Products, Bath Waste & Overflows, as well as Decorative Kitchen & Bath Accessories worldwide. Westbrass holds several patented items including the Deep Soak Overflow designed for extra-deep soaking in most bathing-wells, the Closing Linear overflow and several other intellectual properties. The customer base includes kitchen & bath showrooms, plumbing wholesalers and supply houses, OEM and ODM companies, as well as several national home centers.