You will need
- metal corners, a wooden block, sealer, pedestal, or brackets.
Invoice sink, you can fasten without cabinets directly to the wall. For this you need to use special mounting brackets (sold in plumbing stores or departments with furniture fittings). First hold first mark the desired height from the floor (about 80 cm). Then, just below the first, make a second markup - it should match the wall thickness of the washer back – it turns out the line mounting brackets. Then measure the distance between the intended locations for installation of the brackets on the sink. Then you mark an equal distance on the line of mounting brackets. Then drill the holes in the wall, screw the brackets and secure the sink.
The easiest option is to install an attachable sink on a special pedestal (base). In this case it's width must be greater than underframes. I.e. invoice sink, you just set it between the sides of the pedestal and side cover the edges of the cabinets. For this end the Cabinet under the sink, treat with silicone sealant, place the sink and press down. Once the sealant dries, washes well-fixed.
In normal situations, the invoice sink is fixed with special fasteners (4 PCs) that can go with it included or sold separately. Original screw screws in the wall cabinets on the inside. Then position the brackets (angle must be facing the curb). Next, you need to tighten up the screws. Then install the sink and move along the screw mounting bracket until the screw snaps into place in the recessed area. At the end tighten the mounting surface of the sink to the base.
If mounting using standard brackets seem unreliable, the situation will save fixing sinks using wooden bars and furniture parts. To do this, the wooden slats you need to put in the box the invoice of the sink. Then fasten the four metal brackets to the rails around the perimeter of the sink and set it on the nightstand. And then you need to fix the second part of the area from the inner side wall of the underframes.
For better fixation of standard mounting screws need to put the puck. To protect from moisture wood timber must be processed by special means, for example, oil paint.