Government Stainless Steel Sinks from Just Manufacturing
Just Manufacturing's commercial stainless steel sinks have been specified for government projects worldwide. Since 1933 we have been producing quality stainless steel sinks that are Made in the USA!
We are a family owned business that has been leading the industry for over 80 years. Our commercial stainless steel sinks have been specified for many large government projects worldwide.
The hard metallic surface of stainless steel makes it difficult for bacteria to adhere and survive. When properly cleaned and maintained, stainless steel surfaces resist growth of bacteria, mold and microorganisms that can cause disease.
Easy cleanability makes stainless steel the first choice for strict hygienic conditions.
A perfect fit for government specification, Just Manufacturing’s stainless steel sinks are installed in VA Hospitals, military bases, research facilities, embassies, naval shipboards and many other GSA contract and DOD applications.
With the broadest product offering of commercial stainless steel sinks in the industry, you can choose the exact model needed for a particular installation without sacrificing cabinet or sink sizing restrictions. Our comprehensive product line listed below offers specifiers the broadest product offering for government plumbing fixtures projects.:
Drop-in stainless steel sinks
Need something unique? If a stock product is not the answer for your government project needs, we are experts in custom stainless steel sinks ~ no project is too small for a custom stainless steel sink that is "Made in the USA".
Just Manufacturing uses 18-8 type 304 certified USA milled stainless steel to produce the best stainless steel sinks available. All Just Manufacturing commercial government stainless steel sinks are Made in USA with 100% American steel and certified for ARRA project work specifications.
People count on Just Manufacturing for Commercial Sinks and you can be assured that service and reliability are a Just constant!
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