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Building stainless sinks out of domestic surgical grade stainless steel offers more resistant to corrosion that 304 grade stainless steel.
316L steel prevents sitting water or soap from staining and is resistant to household bleach. You should never put pure household cleaning bleach in any type 304 sink.
What you see on the left is the a typical inside corner on a fabricated stainless steel sink. The outside corners are usually welded and the interior corners are not - leaving a dark line that often looks like a crack or open seam. Over the past years we have developed a proprietary method of Micro-Welding the interior corners which creates smooth and seamless finish.
The precision of our "MicroWeld" allows for a micro radius in each vertical corner. What does that mean to you? No food stuck in the corners! Our sinks are incredibly easy to clean and maintain. We want you to spend your time on what brings you joy, not cleaning your kitchen!
Our sinks are designed to be as functional as they are beautiful. All of our sinks have the capability of placing a half sheet pan on the step or ledge ,which means freeing up even more counterspace when preparing a meal.
A prep tip!
Bring your meat in from the outdoor grill in a half sheet pan. Cut the meat up on the cutting board. No mess!
Our hand finished stainless steel eliminates the need to protect the bottom of the bowl. Use your sink without worries. The typical stainless finish, seen above, is quite shiny and has a linear grain pattern. Scratches pop out at you. Our less shiny, random pattern, diminishes the look of scratches. As you use the sink over time, the small scratches you see will blend in with our finish nicely. Unless you have a deep scratch, it is best to let the scratches blend in together over time. If you happen to see a deep scratch simply rub it out gently in a random pattern and blend in with the original finish with the ScotchBrite pad we sent along with your sink.
The Galley, and many other companies use the flange as a top step for holding accessories. It is always a bad idea to have water sitting on a caulk joint, as you can see!
The inherent problems with hammered nickel sinks. The nickel is plated over a hammered copper sink. I can assure you that the nickel will wear off over time, and often very quickly. This is a very poor choice!
This comment on Houzz.com tells an interesting story. By the way, our hand finished stainless Signature Series sink with a white butcher board and a grid was $3560 delivered back in 2016. Price as of 10/22 for the same sink is $3345.
Hammering our hand finished stainless actually offers a hidden benefit. Ask us about it!
You should hear your guests, not the sink. We use a robust system to ensure your sink will be extremely quiet!
We also offer true 1/8" radius corners on our sinks. Personally, I find the MicroWelded corners more impressive and just as easy to clean.
Norman is our lead welder and truly loves what he does.