Commercial Stainless Steel Sinks

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Commercial Stainless Steel Sinks

Any organization that invests in commercial stainless steel sinks can expect to save money on future replacements. Stainless steel ranks among one of the most durable substances in the world. While it is not indestructible, it will certainly hold up better than other materials over the course of many years of usage. Stainless steel is a non-porous substance that will not absorb water. This makes it resistant to corrosion even if water beads on its surface. Rust removal will never be a concern, so this eliminates possible overtime costs of asking cleaning crews to devote additional man hours to get a vital part of the kitchen back up and running. Because stainless steel is also easy to clean, it also helps daily maintenance costs down. A dirty sink made from an inferior material can slow a cleaning crew down considerably. When added to the man hours required for cleaning other areas of the kitchen, needless costs can accrue incrementally over time. Commercial stainless steel sinks offer the additional advantage of being highly sanitary. This accounts for their dominant presence in facilities where health considerations rank high on the priority list. Again, the non-porous nature of the material accounts for this. Bacteria cannot build up on the surface of the sink, nor can mold or mildew. This is the main reason that medical facilities use stainless steel for any task that requires the highest possible hygienic standards. Surgeons use these sinks to wash their hands before surgery. Patient rooms and lab restrooms use these sinks as well. By providing patients with the cleanest possible place to wash their hands, the possibility of staph infection is minimized. Public school kitchens also use commercial stainless steel sinks for food preparation. The foremost reason for this is the obvious need to minimize the spread of illness among large student populations. Hygienic concerns here are almost as high as they are in the health care industry, and the younger the students are, the more sensitive districts must be to disease control. There is an economic benefit attached to these sinks as well. Many can be customized with multiple accessories to make the food preparation area very compact and efficient for school food services employees. Some sink models are designed for multiple users in order to save space in smaller schools with limited kitchen space. A restaurant of any size should invest the money in a commercial stainless steel sink because it is going to pay for itself in the long run. A sink made from an inferior grade material that is not as hygienic can bring a health code violation down on a family restaurant that can destroy its reputation in a matter of days. A dirty sink is not worth what it can cost a small café in the end. Larger restaurants with high traffic and even higher expectations need multi-user commercial stainless steel sinks featuring up to 8 individual stations connected side by side. This allows staff to wash cookware, utensils, and dishes simultaneously in the cleanest environment possible without missing a step in the preparation of new orders.

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