Stainless Steel Sink Unit Assemblies Guide

This comprehensive range of UK-made stainless steel sink unit 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

Stainless Steel Sink Unit Assembly Options

 

Sink Unit - 1000 x 600 Single Bowl, Single Drainer

  • Commercial Sink Unit Assembly: 1000 x 600 x 900h
  • Bowl Size: 400 x 400 x 300d
  • 304 Stainless steel sink top.
  • Fitted with adjustable feet for on-site levelling.
  • Supplied flat pack with full instructions for easy self-assembly.
  1000 x 600 Single Bowl, Single Drainer  

Sink Unit - 1200 x 600 Single Bowl, Single Drainer

  • Commercial Sink Unit Assembly: 1200 x 600 x 900h
  • Bowl Size: 400 x 400 x 300d
  • 304 Stainless steel sink top.
  • Fitted with adjustable feet for on-site levelling.
  • Supplied flat pack with full instructions for easy self-assembly.
  1200 x 600 Single Bowl, Single Drainer  

Sink Unit - 1200 x 650 Single Bowl, Single Drainer

  • Commercial Sink Unit Assembly: 1200 x 650 x 900h
  • Bowl Size: 600 x 500 x 300d
  • 304 Stainless steel sink top.
  • Fitted with adjustable feet for on-site levelling.
  • Supplied flat pack with full instructions for easy self-assembly.
  1200 x 650 Single Bowl, Single Drainer  

Sink Unit - 1500 x 600 Double Bowl, Single Drainer

  • Commercial Sink Unit Assembly: 1500 x 600 x 900h
  • Bowl Size: 500 x 400 x 300d (x2)
  • 304 Stainless steel sink top.
  • Fitted with adjustable feet for on-site levelling.
  • Supplied flat pack with full instructions for easy self-assembly.
  1500 x 600 Double Bowl, Single Drainer  

Sink Unit - 1500 x 600 Single Bowl, Double Drainer

  • Commercial Sink Unit Assembly: 1500 x 600 x 900h
  • Bowl Size: 500 x 400 x 300d
  • 304 Stainless steel sink top.
  • Fitted with adjustable feet for on-site levelling.
  • Supplied flat pack with full instructions for easy self-assembly.
  1500 x 600 Single Bowl, Double Drainer  

Sink Unit - 1500 x 650 Single Bowl, Single Drainer

  • Commercial Sink Unit Assembly: 1500 x 650 x 900h
  • Bowl Size: 600 x 500 x 300d
  • 304 Stainless steel sink top.
  • Fitted with adjustable feet for on-site levelling.
  • Supplied flat pack with full instructions for easy self-assembly.
  1500 x 650 Single Bowl, Single Drainer  

Sink Unit - 1800 x 650 Double Bowl, Double Drainer

  • Commercial Sink Unit Assembly: 1800 x 600 x 900h
  • Bowl Size: 500 x 400 x 300d (x2)
  • 304 Stainless steel sink top.
  • Fitted with adjustable feet for on-site levelling.
  • Supplied flat pack with full instructions for easy self-assembly.
  1800 x 650 Double Bowl, Double Drainer  

Sink Unit - 1800 x 650 Double Bowl, Single Drainer

  • Commercial Sink Unit Assembly: 1800 x 650 x 900h
  • Bowl Size: 600 x 500 x 300d (x2)
  • 304 Stainless steel sink top.
  • Fitted with adjustable feet for on-site levelling.
  • Supplied flat pack with full instructions for easy self-assembly.
  1800 x 650 Double Bowl, Single Drainer  

304 Stainless Steel

To understand what makes these sinks so perfect for a commercial grade kitchen, let’s take a look at the material they are made of. 304 stainless steel is a great, food prep-ready material that is rust resistant and easy to clean. A2 is also another name for 304.

This stainless steel has become rather common in food preparation because of its unique composition. This type of stainless steel, like most steels, is an alloy. The metals used to make 304 are iron, chromium, and nickel. Since it is an austenite steel, this material is perfect for kitchens, since the metal won’t conduct heat very easily, is non-magnetic, and is also resistant to conducting electricity. On top of all of this, this material is very resistant to corrosion and is easy to shape for various uses.

 

Stainless Steel 304 Sink Care

Despite being largely corrosion resistant, without proper maintenance, your new sink bowl can corrode over time. Without proper care, surface deposits will form; even on the sections that you tend to not use directly during the food prep process. If you ignore these sections, the resulting corrosion can and will spread to the more widely used areas; ensuring that you’ll have a ruined sink. In addition to the deposits that naturally form from salt in the air, bits of iron from silverware and industrial chemicals can also lead to corrosion of your stainless steel bowl sink. Fortunately, it’s very easy to prevent this gradual damage.

First, while many caterers like to use bleach to clean their surfaces, this is a bad idea on 304 stainless steel. Bleach can cause surface pitting on stainless steel; which will result in vulnerabilities within the makeup of your bowl sink where corrosion can take hold. For the best cleaning, simply wash the surface of the sink with water and mild soap. When finished, just rinse off with water, and polish the surface of the bowl sink with a dry cloth. Never use harsh materials like steel wool or scouring pads when cleaning, as these can cause microabrasions that weaken the sink and can lead to corrosion.

A well kept bowl sink will keep your catering business operating for years, if not decades. The 304 stainless steel that they are constructed of is lightweight, amazingly strong, and tends to repel much of the damage that would make other types of sinks useless after a few years.

 

 

 

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