Commercial Kitchen Sink Faucet
A commercial kitchen sink faucet is intended four in most applications a three-compartment sink, in this case, it has a long spout in most situations a sprayer on a 4 ft long hose supported by a spring and a strut style strap mounting to the wall. Every material in a commercial kitchen exposed to food or products must be made of a material suitable for the application that can be cleaned appropriately. To replace a commercial kitchen sink faucet it’s relatively the same steps as a residential commercial kitchen sink faucet except most of the time a commercial king kitchen sink faucet is mounted on the backsplash of the sink so to replace it you will need to disconnect the drain lines unmount the sink from the mounting bracket on the wall and remove out of place. So first you would turn the water supply off underneath the three-compartment sink at the shut-off valves on the hot and cold side and drain the faucet till water quits coming out to ensure the angle stops are working correctly and properly. Then disconnect the water lines going to the faucet and Ensure there are no other connections on the lines leaving the supply. You will need something to catch the water in and a towel to dry up any excess spillage,Then disconnect the plumbing drain lines. Then unmount the 3 compartment sink from the wall bracket slide out from the wall then you will disconnect the water lines from the faucet. Uninstall the faucet by removing the nuts and mounting hardware and reinstall the new faucet using new hardware. Connect the water supply lines to the faucet. Then slide the three-compartment sink back in place. Mount using mounting screws or mounting bracket. Reconnect hot and cold water lines hot on the left cold on the right. Reconnect plumbing drain lines going to the sink. turn on water supply ensures for no leaks using a brown paper towel and visually inspecting. After water supply is back on you will remove aerator from the faucet if it has one turn on faucet to purge air and debris out of line follow the same process of removing air and debris out of line on the sprayer by removing the sprayer handle but pay attention to not lose any washer or Ferrell out of the hose or handle of the sprayer once all the air is removed from the system re-check for leaks and run faucet checking for leaks.