Keep your staff safe by eliminating heavy lifting of mop buckets with this one compartment corner mop sink with notched front from Regency Tables and Sinks.
The bowl is made of high-quality 16-gauge type 304 stainless steel for reliable service. This gauge is thicker and much more durable than many similar sinks available that are made of 18-gauge stainless steel. Type 304 stainless steel is exceptionally corrosion-resistant and easy to clean!
It has TIG welded areas blended to match adjacent surfaces' satin-smooth finish. The 20" x 16" x 12" compartment offers rounded corners and ample space to conveniently wash your mop. With a 4" notched front, you can pour water out of large containers without the risk of them moving during use.
The drain includes a convenient 3 1/2" basket strainer to eliminate the possibility of clogging up your sink with unwanted waste. By regularly maintaining your drainage system, you will definitely cut down on possible service and replacements costs.
Thanks to the high sides, water splashes will be confined inside the sink and then directly drip down into the drain. This added feature helps maintain the integrity of your wall and floor to keep your establishment in its best condition. Perfect for use in any restaurant kitchen or dish room, this floor mop sink gives you a convenient and sanitary way of disposing dirty water and other liquids.
The gauge and type of any stainless steel product can drastically change its use and application. Watch this video to learn more about Regency stainless steel!
To snake out a commercial floor sink, put on leather work gloves and remove the drain cap. Plumbing snakes usually come in several sizes, so begin by using the smallest snake first. Insert the business end of the snake into the drain and feed it into the drain as far as it will go. Usually, you will feel when it hits the clog. Push the snake further into the clog and start turning the handle. Once the water drains, you know that the clog is gone. If the water isn’t draining, try a bigger snake. After the clog is removed, pull the snake out and pour a half-gallon of hot water down the drain to wash away any remaining residue.
Janitorial staff use mop sinks to fill and empty mop buckets and clean mops and other supplies. Typically, commercial mop sinks are mounted on the floor.