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Superior quality Commercial Faucets and Sinks for Restaurants

By Edited Nov 11, 2016 0 0

Superior quality Commercial Faucets and Sinks for Restaurants

Almost all big and small restaurants the world over have utility sinks and faucets placed in their kitchen to help in their in house cleaning activities. It is very essential to install an exact size of sink at the right place to streamline your dishwashing activity with the minimum of hassles and ‘zero’ water spillage. So it becomes quintessential to have the right make of faucets and sinks which perfectly fits your kitchen area or bathroom and goes on to increase the overall beauty of the space. Most importantly it helps in the cleaning process, as in restaurants and eating joints you have to deal with continuous supply of stained plates, dishes, utensils and the list goes on. So having a quality sink and faucet installed in your kitchen can do a whole lot of good when a federal health inspector is at your restaurant to inspect the “Health & Hygiene” standard and thereby award you a fitness certification.

So if you are thinking to set up your own restaurant in the downtown, then there are certain aspects that you need to focus on. There are a huge variety of sinks and faucets that are available in the market today. Some of them are listed below.

Types of Sinks

Compartment Sinks

Compartment Sinks

Bar Sinks

Bar Sinks

Soak Sinks

Soak Sinks

Hand Sinks

Hand Sinks(132912)

Undermount Sinks

Undermount Sinks

Mop Sinks

Mop Sinks

Utility Sinks

Utility Sinks(132922)

Types of Faucets

Pre Rinse Faucets

Pre Rinse Faucets

Commercial Sink Faucets

Commercial Sink Faucets

Dipperwell Faucets

Dipperwell Faucets

Pot Filler Faucets

Pot Filler Faucets

Mop Sink Faucets

Mop Sink Faucets

Lab Faucets

Lab Faucets

Hand Sink Faucets

Hand Sink Faucets

Now an important point to consider while buying faucets is that, you need to check for leakage, as that might drain your income due to excessive water loss everyday and you end up paying excessive water bills. What’s more, it makes the surrounding area wet and you have to constantly wipe out the water. Again, if you buy an inferior quality faucet, there is always the chance that the washers placed in the revolving caps may get worn out before time and thus you have to pay for early plumbing fee. Such faulty faucet washers can leak water even if it is turned off and it is really irritating. So if you replace them with quality washers which is no more than $6 dollars, it would help you to save a lot of additional bucks.

Proper care & maintenance for restaurant sinks and faucets

Stainless Steel is the material that is used for manufacturing sinks and faucets. The only reason for using stainless steel is that it rust free and corrosion free and it is extremely durable in nature. It requires very less of maintenance and if proper care is taken, it lasts for a lifetime.

It is always advised not to use scrub pads or steel mesh for cleaning these stainless steel kitchen items. It would result in minute scratches being formed on the surface. Even the use of hard detergents should be avoided as it eats up the thin coating of nickel or chromium which is used to polish the outer surface to give its shine and anti corrosive nature. Once you extensively use scrub pads or detergents the thin coating gets worn out and leads to the formation of holes which develops into rust and thus water seepage starts. So always clean it with a thin muslin cloth with very mild liquid soap so as to retain its shine and polish.

It is recommended to wipe sinks and faucets on a daily basis. To avoid moisture settling down, your kitchen should be always kept dry to the maximum as a wet environment invites rust. So everyday you should go for cleaning your kitchen equipment with a soft cloth, usually in cotton to prevent water sticking onto it. This helps to prevent the so called ‘marriage’ of moisture and rust and increases the life of your restaurant kitchen sink.

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