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Commercial Mop Sinks Help You Maintain Sanitation
In Your Commercial Kitchens

A commercial mop sink, also known as a service sink, is another piece of sanitation equipment required for janitorial services in industrial kitchens. Commercial kitchen guidelines dictate washing mop or other wet floor cleaning tools in a separate sink. Mop sinks are also necessary for filling and dumping mop buckets or disposal of other wastewater.

Why Need a Restaurant Commercial Mop Sink?

Mops are hard floor cleaning equipment, so mop heads contain dirt and contaminated water. Plus, mop buckets are filled with detergent water that collects wastewater and germs on floors. The potential spread of infection from these tools to food prep staff’s hands and food contact surfaces can result in serious health problems. Therefore, FDA strictly forbids using handwashing or warewashing sinks for janitorial tasks. A service sink should be used for this purpose to prevent contamination of food, food equipment, and hands.

Commercial mop sinks are also needed for supplying water to fill mop buckets. This is another risky task prone to code violation. Delivering water into a mop bucket from a regular faucet with a hose attachment poses the risk of backflow. The detergent water can flush back into the potable water. Commercial mop sinks have special mop sink faucets that feature in-house vacuum breakers to prevent backflow. A mop sink also provides efficient storage space for janitorial tools.

Types of Commercial Mop Sinks

Industrial mop sinks are usually of two types based on the mount style. Commercial floor mop sinks are the most common type. They mount on the floor and can also serve the function of a floor drain. A floor mop sink is more convenient for filling and emptying mop buckets as you will not have to lift anything. The deeper its bowl is, the lower the possibility of splashing during filling and disposing of water. The onboard strainer covers the drain and captures the solid waste, removing the possibility of clogging. Installation is simple, as you just need to sit the commercial mop sink on the floor and align it to the drainpipe.

The other type of commercial mop sink is the freestanding model, with legs elevated off the ground. Like floor mop sinks, they also need to attach to a floor drain, allowing code-compliant dumping of mop bucket water and similar liquids. They generally come with pre-drilled holes for easier faucet installation. The raised bowl keeps your floor maintenance tools and tasks safe from the foot traffic in your kitchen.

 

At least one commercial mop sink is a necessity. For proper and safer janitorial tasks, see our selection of durable mop sinks from leading manufacturers Atosa USA and Krowne.