The top 3 compartment sinks to consider for your business in 2018
If you’ve just opened a bar or restaurant, you’ll need to get the right kind of equipment for the job. Although many households these days are preferring dish washing machines to clean cutlery and crockery, nothing quite beats the good old-fashioned manual washing of kitchen utensils. Some states also have strict regulations in place necessitating the use of compartment sinks when operating in the kitchen.
If you desire to adhere to the strict health codes and sanitary laws within your state, one crucial step would be to install commercial sinks in your business premises. But how do you figure out which sink to purchase?
Here are the top 3 compartment sinks to consider for your business this year:
- John Boos E Series With Left & Right Drainboard
John Boos really outdid himself with this exquisite E Series sink unit. It comes with two unique drainboards, one located on the left and another on the right side. This sink best suits those businesses that desire more efficiency when cleaning dishes. This John Boos industrial sink unit enables you to pack and dry an assortment of kitchen utensils on both sides simultaneously. Unlike its predecessors, this sink is a tad wider and requires more storage space.
The John Boos E Series sink is 60 inches long, 19.5 inches wide and 43.8 inches tall. These dimensions are ideal for any industrial setting. It also has two faucet holes. The bowl and deck are constructed using stainless steel. The sink also has galvanized legs, with plastic feet installed at the legs’ bottom to avoid scratching the floor whenever you move it around.
- Gridmann Underbar Commercial Three Compartment Sink
Many restaurateurs these days prefer setting up shop in smaller spaces. This massive shift has created the need for smaller, more compact sinks. The Gridmann Underbar sink is perfect for small-scale commercial spaces. Apart from being certified by the National Sanitation Foundation (the body that oversees public health and safety), this sink unit is designed using a combination of 16 and 18-gauge stainless steel. It also has two faucet holes to simplify the mounting process.
The galvanized legs of this Gridmann Underbar Commercial Three Compartment Sink are fastened with sturdy metal braces to enhance the stability of the sink. Its feet are easily adjustable, meaning you can comfortably place the sink on uneven floors. However, the Gridmann Underbar sink doesn’t sport any drainboards, probably because of its overly affordable price.
- John Boos E Series Deep Bowl
If you can’t get enough of John Boss commercial equipment, this exquisite E Series industrial sink is perfect for minuscule spaces. This compact sink has 3 compartments and unlike the previous one we discussed, this one doesn’t have any drainboards. However, the bowls are much deeper (12” in depth each). You therefore get more space to clean large pots with ease.
The legs of this delightful sink unit are galvanized using 18-gauge stainless steel. The sink also adorns a backsplash to prevent water spillages. It’s one of the best compact John Boos sink units in existence.