Die-Pat launches new Sink Unit Assemblies

Comprehensive range of UK-made assemblies added to expanding Die-Pat product portfolio
 
5 June, 2017 - Die-Pat Divisions, the UK’s leading supplier of specialised catering equipment, hardware and plumbing components into the food service industry, has launched a new range of commercial sink unit assemblies, complete with underframe, legs and shelf. This comprehensive range of UK-made assemblies offers a choice of options and sizes, from a 1000 x 600 single bowl, single drainer, through to a 2400 x 650 double bowl, double drainer. And, for ultimate flexibility, Die-Pat can offer variations on standard sizing to suit customers’ specific requirements, with the added option of sourcing triple bowl solutions.
 
All sink tops in the range are 304 stainless steel and all assemblies are fitted with adjustable feet for on-site levelling. Supplied as a flat-pack product, the products’ easy-to-follow instructions ensure quick, straightforward self-assembly. As an introductory offer, customers who place an order before December 2017 receiving a free 38mm waste and standpipe strainer overfl­ow.
 
Eddy Edwards, managing director at Die-Pat Divisions, comments: “We’re delighted to add this comprehensive range of sink unit assemblies to our ever-expanding customer offering and we’re very proud of the quality of this range, which is produced right here in the UK. With a wide choice of options available to suit our customers’ particular business needs, we also offer a diverse selection of complementary products, including taps, water hoses, pre-rinse spray arms and bucket sinks.”
 
All products in the range are currently in stock and available for next day delivery. For full product specifications, individual model data sheets are available by contacting Sales on 01327 311144 or at www.die-pat.co.uk/sink-unit-assemblies
 
 

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