Some Tips When Choosing Your 3 Compartment Sinks
To ensure that you are purchasing the right stainless steel 3 compartment sink for your restaurant or bar kitchen, you need consider a few factors first. One, you will want to take a look at the faucet holes and spacing of your 3 compartment sinks and make sure that the holes are about four or eight inches apart and can be found on either the sink deck or the backsplash. A three bowl kitchen sink that have holes mounted in the sink deck are perfect in instances when the water lines come through the floor. On the other hand, sinks that have holes mounted on the wall are ideal when the water pipes run or come through the walls.
Needless to say, these factors also apply to other commercial sinks and not just 3 compartment sinks. These can also be applied to sinks with one, two, and four compartments or bowls.
Advantages of a Small 3 Compartment Sink
It goes without saying that one of the biggest advantages of a small 3 compartment sink is its space-saving nature. This is especially valuable for owners of food-service establishments or bars that have kitchens with a relatively small space. This small 3 compartment sink already has three bowls but is still relatively small with a total length of 58-3/4 inches.
Features of Our 3 Compartment Sinks
- With 16 gauge 304 stainless steel bowls
- 9.5" Backsplash. No drain boards.
- Features 1-5/8" galvanized legs with adjustable plastic feet
- Overall sink dimensions: 58.75" long x 27.5" deep x 44.5" high
- 3 compartments, each sized at 14" x 16" x 20"
- Ships from DE