If you’re looking for a good way to boost efficiency and improve workflow in the commercial kitchen or bar, consider investing in a three-compartment commercial sink. Unlike your standard one- or two-compartment sink, a three-bay sink lets you do three tasks in a single station. Most often, these sinks are used for rinsing, washing and sanitizing. But they can also be used for food prep, hand-washing, dishwashing, cleaning and other essential kitchen tasks as long as they’re NSF safe. CKitchen makes it simple to find the perfect three-compartment sink for your needs, kitchen size and budget, with styles by all of the industry’s best.
Here you’ll find the right three compartments stainless steel commercial kitchen sink for your unique needs. All of these sinks are constructed from durable, reliable and easy-to-clean stainless steel. But stainless steel comes in different gauges, ranging from 12 to 18. Interestingly, it’s the lower-gauge steels — especially that of 14-guage stainless steel sinks — that have the highest quality. These sinks are thick, durable and resistant to rust and corrosion. For more economical purposes, we have 12-guage, 16-guage and 18-guage stainless steel sinks that are more affordable and may be more appropriate for soft water applications.
Our sinks come in a wide range of different styles, from large-scale utility sinks for cleaning (many of which are non-NSF and should not be used in food environments) to small triple sink units and drop-in styles that can be installed in a bar or counter. The three-compartment sink structure may be finished with a drainboard on the left, right or both sides of the sink for extra workspace. We also carry a range of sink accessories, including drains and faucets, to help you create the perfect sink for your kitchen or food prep area. We’re sure that you’ll find the perfect triple sink for sale at CKitchen no matter your needs or budget.
Hands-free faucets have become a widely-accepted part of restaurant bathrooms, but have you considered using them in the kitchen as well?
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Touchless faucets and soap dispensers have become more popular in recent years, but many reserve these for use in public bathrooms. In fact, there are hands-free sinks and dispensers available for kitchen use as well.
Rather than haphazardly purchasing a sink that you think will get the job done, know the codes for kitchen sinks to help ensure that your restaurant has exactly the right type of sink for your kitchen setup.
Many restaurant owners find themselves trying to rub two pennies together to make a nickel when it comes to equipment needs, so many of the extras tend to get left out. What many don’t realize is that these technologies and extra investments have been made to cut down on total costs over time.