Category: Technical-General

The Curved Crossbar Option

The typical configuration for our leg systems is a console which has vertical legs and straight horizontal crossbars. As most sink tops are rectangular in shape, the straight horizontal crossbars follow the rectangular shape of the top.  However when the design of the sink top has a curved front, an.. > more
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The Importance of the Wall Bracket

All counters MUST be supported at the wall, with a bracket.  This bracket is critical to the structural integrity of the completed vanity.  The standard Palmer bracket is aluminum with a sandblasted finish and measures 1-1/4” x 1-1/4” x 1/8”.  The length of the bracket is a function of the.. > more
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What is a PVD Finish?

PVD stands for Physical Vapor Deposition, and is a finishing process conducted in a high-tech vacuum chamber utilizing precious metals such as Titanium, and an energized high temperature gas called a Plasma.  It results in a hard, long-lasting surface that’s resistant to attack by many household chemicals, and completely immune.. > more
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Palmer Precision CNC Machined Parts

Palmer’s fittings are produced by CNC machining from solid brass rod.  CNC refers to Computer Numeric Control, and is a process used in the manufacturing sector that involves the use of computers to control very high-tech, precision production machining equipment./span> Each and every unique Palmer component is first designed by.. > more
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Rear Riser or No Rear Riser ?

A bit of explanation regarding the Palmer rear risers: Rear risers are the 6”-tall vertical supports that are shown extending up from the horizontal side bars, as highlighted in the red circle in the accompanying image.  In most cases, these rear risers are unnecessary structurally as the rear of the.. > more
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ADA Compliant Modifications

We can fabricate most any leg system to comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requirements. There are several dimensional requirements to satisfy ADA compliance: specifically a minimum of 30” clearance BETWEEN the front legs, at the narrowest point, a minimum of 27” from the finished floor to the UNDERSIDE of the front.. > more
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Leg Compatability with China & Porcelain Sinks

The question is often asked, “Will a Palmer leg system work with a China (porcelain) sink?”  The answer is a resounding YES…in nearly every case…with very few exceptions. The above image depicts a Palmer console (our Studio Model LS2SNR) carrying a Catalano Zero 100 porcelain counter…as an example.  The only.. > more
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Understanding The Palmer Model Numbering System

The model numbers for Palmer leg systems are easy to understand once you know how to read them. For example, let’s start with Palmer model LS2TNR-ACRL-PBUL. All leg systems start with “LS” which simply means “leg system”. The next digit refers to the number of legs, which is two in.. > more
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