Indirect Drain/Floor Sink

  • 16GA Type 304 Stainless Steel
  • Coved Bottom
  • 11½” x 11½” Square
  • 6½” Deep
  • 4” Drain Pipe with Strainer
  • Shown with Seepage Flange, Clamping Ring & Weep Holes
  • Certified by : NSF
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The Ultimate Guide to IMC Stainless Steel Floor Troughs Pt. 4 – IDFD, FDSS, FMT & FTC


Commonly Asked Questions About Floor Troughs


The Advantages of Stainless Steel Floor Troughs (And Why Your Commercial Facility Needs Them)


Understanding the IMC Seepage Flange


An In-Depth Guide on IMC Floor Trough Strainers


A Simple Guide on How to Maintain a Floor Trough


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Putting Stainless Steel Foodservice Equipment Myths to Bed


The Do’s & Don’ts of Stainless Steel Sink Maintenance


Most Common Mistakes When Cleaning Stainless Steel


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The Ultimate Guide to Stainless Steel Finishes (for Foodservice)


The Ultimate Showdown: Fabricated vs. Deep Drawn Construction


Why Do Restaurants Use Stainless Steel?


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Just How “Green” Is Stainless Steel?


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How to Properly Handle Stainless Steel


Unraveling the Mysterious History of Stainless Steel


What Exactly is “Food Grade” Stainless Steel?


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