Blanco Quatrus

Blanco Quatrus is made with high quality stainless steel, and it is a great sink to utilize for the kitchen, outdoor area, and wash area.


Blanco Quatrus Double Bowl Drop-in or Undermount Kitchen Sink is made with 18/10 surgical grade stainless steel with BLANCO’s satin finish, this sink is the ultimate food preparation area. There is flexibility in installation, allowing for install as an undermount or inset sink.


Cabinet Size: 33″ in

Overall Dimensions: 31 1/4″ W x 20 1/2″ L

Bowl Depth: 8″ in

Inset Cut-out Dimensions: Template supplied

Undermount Cut-out Dimensions: Template supplied

Bowl Capacities: 27 Litres

Available Sizes: Multiple sizes and bowl configurations are available


Blanco Quatrus is a winner of the Red Dot prestigious Design Award. Its elegant lines and design offer a modern look with outstanding durability and function. The reasons to acquire kitchen sinks are that they are high-quality, eco-friendly, and they come in various sizes. Feel free to browse our other kitchen items such as faucets and cabinets.

Main Benefits

  • Kitchen sinks come in modern-day designs that will fit right into your cooking area layout.

Shipping Details

  • Shipping is available within Canada.
  • Shipping tiles can be offered at purchasers request with an additional cost based on standard charges from major shipping companies.
  • Special arrangements may be made for international buyers.

(Note: If you are planning to place a large order or need to inquire about pricing, please do not hesitate to give us a call today at (416) 752-4446.)


Ceramic Tile World has a large quantity of kitchen sinks such as Kolori, Blancowave, Blanco Tipo, Blanco Stellar, and Blanco Quatrus. We also have an assortment of kitchen merchandise such as faucets and cabinets. Explore a myriad of kitchen products on our tile store in Toronto today.

Product Attributes




Kitchen Sinks






Composite, Stainless Steel


Bathroom, Kitchen, Outdoor Area, Wash Area


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What is the Most Durable Kitchen Sink?

Stainless steel is the most sought-after material for kitchen sinks. They come in various styles, sizes, and types, and on top of that, they are heat and stain-resistant.

Are Black Sinks a Good Idea?

It depends on the material used. For instance, streaks can be visible with black porcelain. On the other hand, if you have hard water, black metal is not a good option. Instead, opt for black granite composite materials for your sinks as they get good reviews.

Is Granite Sink Better than Stainless Steel?

Granite sinks and stainless steel sinks are very different from each other. Stainless steel is easier to maintain and is not as costly as granite. However, it does not have a lot of color options or durability of rock like granite. Granite is less inclined to being damaged and makes less noise than stainless steel does.

Do All Stainless Steel Sinks Scratch Easily?

Stainless steel is chip and cracks resistant, but they are susceptible to water spots and scratching through daily use. They are also easy to clean, but they also need to be regularly maintained if you want them to look their best. An ideal sink should be made of 16 or 18-gauge stainless steel.

What Type of Sink Does not Scratch?

One of the most popular materials for kitchen sinks is stainless steel because it is heat and stain-resistant and comes in various styles, sizes, and types. Go for a brushed or satin finish so that watermarks and scratches will not be as noticeable as with a mirror finish.

Are Black Granite Sinks Hard to Keep Clean?

Granite is a long-lasting, sturdy material commonly used as kitchen or bathroom sinks. However, if you are using hard water, white haze can eventually develop due to the mineral deposit. In that case, you can simply clean your granite sink once a week to keep it new-looking all the time.

What Color Kitchen Faucet Goes with a Black Sink?

A black sink or countertop will look elegant with a champagne bronze finish or a stainless steel finish faucet and drain. Having a big, black sink with a dual sink is a practical choice for a tiny space that may not necessarily have a large vanity.

Do You Need 2 Sinks in a Kitchen?

Having two sinks might be ideal if you have a large or even a moderately-sized kitchen. It makes the prominent (or moderate-sized) kitchen more practical as it can accommodate many functions in one place. It saves you a lot of time and effort when preparing anything in the kitchen! However, it is not worth having if your kitchen is small as it may take too much space, more than an ideal portion of your kitchen size can accommodate.

Does a Double Sink Add Value?

A double vanity can definitely add value to your home. Having one sink is fundamentally typical. However, kitchens with two sinks make your home more attractive to potential buyers. Frequently, customers’ decision to buy a house relies on how functional the bathroom is, and having a double vanity absolutely reinforces that!

What’s the Point of a Double Sink?

The fundamental reason for having a sink with double bowls is to make dishwashing easier. One bowl has soapy water, while the other one has clean water for rinsing. Nowadays, even if sinks with double bowls are now rarely used for dishwashing, they are still more functional in other kitchen activities.