Why You Should Choose a 4 Compartment Sink for Your Bar or Restaurant Kitchen
Needless to say, a 4 compartment bar sink or a restaurant 4 compartment sink will perhaps be the biggest type of commercial sink you will purchase. While kitchen space may dictate your buying decision to purchase one-, two-, three-, or four-compartment commercial sinks, function should also come into play. For instance, while a three-compartment sink is already sufficient for manual dishwashing (with each sink performing a certain function like washing, rinsing, and sanitizing, for instance), 4 compartment sinks feature an added bonus via an extra bowl, which could be used for soaking kitchen utensils that are caked with hardened, dried, or baked-on food like batter.
The Choice Is Yours: Regular 4 Compartment Bar Sink or Portable 4 Compartment Sink?
So which should you choose, a regular 4 compartment bar sink or a portable 4 compartment sink? The answer is, it depends on your requirements and the type of food-service business that you have. For instance, those food-service establishments like caterers or those that also service outdoor events will do well to invest in a portable 4 compartment sink. However, those who run a regular bar or restaurant should purchase a regular four compartment sink that will be a permanent fixture in the kitchen. Also, regular 4 compartment sinks are often more durable and heavy-duty for use in busy restaurant or bar kitchens.
Features of This 4 Compartment Sink
- Features 16 gauge, 304 stainless steel bowls
- With 2 18" drainboards and a full backsplash already included
- 1-5/8" galvanized legs with adjustable plastic feet
- Ships from DE