Stainless Steel Sink Fabrication
Stainless steel sinks provide a tidy, hygienic, and robust washing bowl that is easily able to withstand the abuse of a busy commercial kitchen. Because it is non-porous, stainless steel has no crevices where mold and germs might flourish. In addition to being heat- and stain-resistant, stainless steel is almost impossible to discolour. We have an advanced manufacturing facility to produce our selection of kitchen sinks and faucets.
Stainless Steel Sink Types
A standard single-bowl sink that is versatile in any application, be that residential or commercial.
A double sink is great for commercial use, as it offers a multi-functional feature.
A deep sink for washing large amounts of clothes or dishes—ideal for laundry businesses and cafes.
These sinks are transformed into upscale, highly useful kitchen workstations by an integrated ledge.
Trough sinks are larger single basin sinks with two or more wash stations great for labs, bathrooms, etc.
Stainless steel sink with slightly rounded corners to facilitate the cleaning of the sink.
Sink Fabrication Process
OEM/ODM Custom Sinks
You can configure a custom stainless steel sink anyway you like. You can select any number of sink basins, whether single, double, or triple, any type of corner radius, any type of backer, and more. Custom drain boards, showers, faucets, and graduation markings can all be added to stainless steel sinks as well as a backsplash. Although 316L stainless steel can also be obtained, 304 stainless is commonly used to make custom fabricated stainless steel sinks.
Stainless Steel Sink Installation
We fabricate stainless steel sinks for undermount and topmount installation types. Topmount sinks can be dropped-into an existing countertop, while undermount sinks are installed beneath the countertop for seamless integration. In addition, you can select between an apron-front and a non-apron sink. The installation is always easy and weld-free.
Stainless Steel Sink Fabrication for Industry Use
Our stainless steel sinks are used by hospitals, laboratories, the pharmaceutical industry, restaurants, and residential designers. Custom stainless steel sinks with adjustable heights and unique ergonomic features are available for special applications. The stainless steel sink’s adjustable height is made with everyone’s size in mind, tall or short.
Our Manufacturing Equipment
For our stainless steel sink fabrication, we operate cutting-edge machinery, like:
- Hydraulic drawing press for forming
- Hydraulic press for edge trimming
- Power press for hole punching
This equipment offers our engineers countless possibilities and small tolerances. This is why we are able to manufacture everything according to your custom specifications.
Stainless Steel Sink Fabrication Procedure
Our stainless steel sinks undergo a thorough fabrication procedure with technical steps and strict testing.
- We purchase 0.8-1.5mm stainless steel sheet metal
- We laminate the metal to improve its ductility
- We cut the metal according to your size specifications
- We notch the corners using a shearing machine
- We trim the edges and punch drain holes
- We weld whatever is necessary
- We apply your specified surface treatment (finish, engraving, powder coating, etc)
- We clean and package your stainless steel sink
At various steps of the process, a quality control team inspects the sinks to ensure that everything is proper
People Also Ask:
A sheet of steel is essentially formed into a mold and then used to create a molded stainless steel sink. Sink bowls that are produced using this procedure are rounded, smooth, and simple to install and maintain. Metal sheets are bent, chopped, and welded together to create a kitchen sink that resembles a box to create a manufactured stainless steel sink.
Yes, we can weld a stainless steel sink.
With its higher nickel content and addition of molybdenum, type 316 stainless steel is preferred in settings with high levels of corrosion where pitting must be prevented, including chloride environments. Leading sink manufacturers use type 304 stainless steel as standard.
The 18-gauge, or 0.0500”, stainless steel is great for a kitchen sink is of high quality.