, 8” pre-drilled faucet holes and adjustable reinforced leg supports. It features diagonal grooves to channel water directly to the drain and zero radius corners that ensure easier clean up.
These impressive commercial utility sinks are constructed of corrosion resistant 16 gauge heavy-duty 304 series stainless steel and 18/8 chrome/nickel ratio that is easy to maintain, scratch resistant and virtually unbreakable. They are buffed with a fine brushing technique that enhances the sheen and luster of the final product.
Shipping Method: Freight LTL
Freight LTL: Items that weigh over 150 lbs must ship on a pallet. Large and heavy products ship LTL freight on a pallet. Expect delivery typically within 7 business days.
Freight Delivery Instructions:The Freight carrier will contact you directly to schedule a delivery time. Delivery times are not guaranteed and will only be made Monday through Friday. You will need to schedule the delivery within two business days from the day you are contacted. Failure to do this may result in storage fees. Storage fees must be paid by the consumer before the shipment is released.
The driver will place the pallet on curbside at the end of your driveway.
Signature is required for all Freight LTL deliveries.
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Overall Dimensions:30″ x 25″ x 39 1/2"
Inside Bowl Dimensions:26″ x 21″ x 9 3/4″
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- Whitehaus Collection® Stainless Steel sinks (except Decorative/Prep sinks) and Utility Series sinks are warrantied to be free of manufacturing defects of both material and workmanship for a period of 5 years.
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What is 304 Stainless Steel? Is this important to have?
The 304 series stainless steel grade includes 18% chromium and 8% nickel content. The proportions of these elements are important, as they help fight corrosion, chlorides and rust from occurring; ultimately prolonging the life on the product and therefore its usage in a home.
What does the gauge of the stainless steel mean?
There are various stainless steel gauge sizes used for stainless steel sinks, ranging from 20, 18 and 16 gauge. This relates to the thickness and durability of the sink: the lower the number, the thicker the gauge. Common sinks are 20 gauge, having a 16- or 18-gauge sink provides more durability, better resistance hits caused by heavy pots and pans, and longer life from use.
Will my stainless steel sink scratch?
Under normal use and conditions, stainless steel sinks are highly resistant. The finishing process used on Whitehaus Collection® stainless steel sinks provides a clean and brushed surface that further prevents normal, everyday markings.