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Commercial Sinks, Faucets & Dishwashers
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Commercial sinks, dishwashers, multi-compartment sinks, bar sinks, kitchen prep sinks, hand sinks, garbage disposals, grease traps and dishtables are available online at ACityDiscount.com and our showroom in Norcross, GA. Our knowledgeable staff has a combined 140 years in the food service industry.
ACityDiscount offers a full range of commercial warewashing equipment, including commercial dishwashers, multi compartment sinks, bar sinks, hand sinks, garbage disposals, grease traps and dish tables at ACityDiscount.
When deciding on the type of commercial dishwasher for your restaurant or commercial kitchen you must choose between conveyor dishwashers, undercounter commercial dishwashers, and vertical dishwashers. We have written a buyer’s guide, Types of Commercial Dishwashers & Glasswashers to assist you in the purchasing decision. A full line of dishwasher accessories including glass racks, dish racks and flat cutlery racks are also available.
ACityDiscount liquidates Commercial dishwashers, sinks and faucets through ebay auctions. All auction items are available for customer pick up from our Atlanta Showroom and Warehouse during business hours Monday to Friday 8:30 am to 5:30 pm or on Saturday from 10 am to 2 pm. We can also ship any auction item nationwide.
If you plan to order over $2000 of new warewashing equipment, and would prefer to finance the purchase, please contact Restaurant Equipment Financing specialist to receive a personal introduction to a reputable finance company.
Whether you are operating a restaurant, bar, cafeteria or bakery, ACityDiscount has the selection of new or used commercial dishwashers, sinks and faucets to meet the needs of your foodservice business.
Tips from the Experts:
I often try to persuade my customers to purchase from the line of commercial dishwashers that use a heat booster. That way the water exceeds 180 degrees and therefore doesn’t require any kind of sanitizer. At those water temperatures, everything gets sterile; everything gets clean. – Josh