Home cooks will love the combination of a professional-grade sink and faucet combination from Kraus.
Gone are the days when sinks and faucets were only required to perform at an elementary level; put the dishes in the sink, turn the faucet on and wash. With the dawn of the 21st Century and the rapid transition from the Industrial age into an era guided by technology, everything is required to do more, including your kitchen sink and faucet. The combination of a Standart Pro™ sink and a Bolden™ faucet from Kraus brings home the quality and craftsmanship you expect from a commercial kitchen.
Standart Pro™ Kitchen Sink
The Standart Pro kitchen sink was designed with health and beauty in mind. It is crafted from antimicrobial T304Plus stainless steel and outfitted in a corrosion-resistant, commercial-grade satin finish. Not only does it look amazing, it helps prevent the spread of germs and will look stunning for years to come with relatively little maintenance. With tight radius corners (r-10) and 10” deep basins, Standart sinks are designed to accommodate stacks of dishes and large items like stockpots and pitchers. Additionally, the Standart comes equipped with sound dampening NoiseDefend™ pads which cover 80% of the sink’s base to absorb noise from dishwashing and waste disposal.
Bolden™ Kitchen Faucet
Home cooks love commercial faucets because of their striking good looks and superior functionality, but they're often too tall to fit under most cabinets in existing kitchen layouts. If you're simply replacing your kitchen faucet, now you can add a commercial-grade fixture. Kraus designed the Bolden at just 18 inches tall, making it tailored for residential kitchens. Bolden faucets feature a high arc spout for practical pot clearance and a dual function pull-out sprayer with 20-inch reach. You'll prep meals and clean up after them in no time. The Bolden is available in five finishes and is 100 percent lead-free and completely certified according to industry standards.
**This article was written by Krystal Austin-Bryant from Kraus USA. Krystal started her career as a journalist in 2005 in Kingston, Jamaica. After migrating to the United States in 2009, she continued her writing career as a copywriter and content editor in various corporate settings. With a passion for clear, factual delivery, Krystal constantly jokes about being a pseudo writer because of the time she invests in research compared to the time she spends actually writing an article.