Advance Tabco Product Standards

PRODUCT STANDARDS
AND USE
INFORMATION
• Sink Bowl Standards
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Drain Flows
Grease Trap Sizing
NSF Requirements For Sinks
Stainless Steel Cleaning
Work Table Load Capacities
SINK BOWL STANDARDS
STANDARDS
STANDARDS
One Gallon of Water
One Gallon of Water
One Cubic Foot
One Cubic Foot Of Water
= 8.34 lbs.
= 231 Cubic Inches
= 7.49 Gallons
= 62.43
CAPACITY - Deep Drawn Bowls
BOWL SIZE
10" x 14" x 5"
10" x 14" x 10"
14" x 16" x 10"
14" x 16" x 12"
16" x 20" x 12"
16" x 20" x 14"
Capacity In Gallons
Per Compartment
2.75
5.50
9.35
11.25
15.70
18.40
BOWL SIZE
20" x 20" x 12"
20" x 20" x 14"
24" x 24" x 12"
24" x 24" x 14"
20" x 28" x 12"
20" x 28" x 14"
Capacity In Gallons
Per Compartment
20.60
23.90
28.80
33.70
28.00
32.75
FOR FC SERIES SINKS:
L x W x D ÷ 231 = Gallons
(Inches)
DRAIN FLOW
DRAIN MODEL #
K-6 (Basket Type)
K-5 (Twist)
K-5 (Twist)
I.P.S.
1-1/2"
1-1/2"
2"
DRAIN FLOW
7 gpm
15 gpm
15 gpm
GREASE TRAP SIZING
Grease Trap Sizing is determined by the total volume of water that will drain from a sink unit in one minute.
SIZE IN POUNDS = 1.50 x number of compartments x drain flow.
1.50 = 75% Water Volume of Sink x 2 (K Factor of Volume to Weight)
SIGNIFICANT NSF REQUIREMENTS FOR SINKS
• Drainboards, when provided, must have a splash and must be integrally welded to the sink.
• Drainboards are to be sized such as that the LEFT TO RIGHT dimension of the drainboard is equal to or greater
than the SMALLER DIMENSION OF THE SINK BOWL OPENING.
• Sinks are considered as FOOD ZONE. Therefore, ONLY 300 Series, 200 Series and Type 430 Stainless Steel
are the approved materials. (Type 400 & 409 Stainless Steel are not acceptable)
NEW YORK
GEORGIA
TEXAS
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(800) 645-3166
(800) 832-1218
(800) 527-0353
(800) 446-8684
Fax: (631) 242-6900
Fax: (770) 775-5625
Fax: (972) 932-4795
Fax: (775) 972-1578
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CORROSION
AS IT APPLIES TO EQUIPMENT MANUFACTURED BY ADVANCE TABCO
WHEREAS...
1. Corrosion is rust.
2. 430 and 304 Stainless Steel is an acceptable material for food service application.
PROVIDED...
1. A normal maintenance program must be in place.
2. Normal use must be part of the criteria.
3. Normal exposure to the environment.
HOWEVER, be aware of the following...
1. Well Water (Heavy Sediment).
2. Salt Air (Coastal Conditions).
3. High Humidity (Southern Locations).
4. Use of Chlorinated Sanitizing Chemicals.
5. Wet Situations (Sinks).
THEREFORE...
1. Specify and order only 304 Stainless Steel.
2. A strong preventative maintenance program.
3. Be concerned when sinks are sold to Gulf States, Florida & Georgia.
SANITIZING GUIDE
BOWL SIZE
WATER
DEPTH
** OUNCES OF
BLEACH SOLUTION
10" x 14"
10" x 16"
14" x 20"
20" x 20"
24" x 24"
20" x 28"
10"
12"
12"
12"
12"
12"
0.70 oz.
1.50 oz.
2.00 oz.
2.60 oz.
3.20 oz.
3.60 oz.
• Accepted practice for ware washing is 50 ppm
of chlorine.
• Suggested mix = 1 oz. of bleach solution for every
7.8 gallons of water.
** standard household bleach solution (5% chlorine)
sold at local supermarkets.
CLEANING INSTRUCTIONS
1. Only use stainless steel and plastic pads for removal of stains. NEVER use steel wool!
2. Detergents containing chlorine derivatives can cause stainless steel to pit and eventually corrode.
Be sure when using detergents that the following steps are taken:
A. Rinse sink bowl thoroughly after use of detergent removing all traces of cleansing agent.
B. Do not allow residue after sterilization process to remain in bowl. Flush thoroughly.
C. Use chlorinated detergents ONLY as manufacturer directs. Excessive dosages can prove harmful.
3. Never leave dirty rags or other foreign matter in sink bowl overnight.
4. High content of chlorine in detergents are not recommended for stainless steel sink bowls.
NEW YORK
GEORGIA
TEXAS
NEVADA
(800) 645-3166
(800) 832-1218
(800) 527-0353
(800) 446-8684
Fax: (631) 242-6900
Fax: (770) 775-5625
Fax: (972) 932-4795
Fax: (775) 972-1578
www.advancetabco.com
ADVANCE TABCO is constantly engaged in a program of improving our products. Therefore, we reserve the right to change specifications without prior notice. © ADVANCE TABCO, APRIL 2006
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TABLE TOP LOAD CAPACITY
Length
Width
Table Top
FORMULA: To Calculate Uniformly Distributed Load Capacity For 14 Gauge Stainless Steel Worktables:
Square Feet (Length x Width) x Load
LOAD CAPACITY
FOR 14 GAUGE TABLE TOPS
LOAD
(LBS. PER SQ. FT.)
TABLE TOP WIDTH
24" (2')
30" (2.5')
36" (3')
TABLE TOP LENGTH
3'
3'-4'
4'-5'
5'-6'
8'-10'
10'-12'
65
50
45
35
25
20
To Calculate Load Capacity for 16 Gauge Work Tables,
Use the above 14 GAUGE formula, and then multiply 80% (.8)
LOAD: "Uniformly" Distributed Throughout Entire
Worktable Top Surface
NEW YORK
GEORGIA
TEXAS
NEVADA
(800) 645-3166
(800) 832-1218
(800) 527-0353
(800) 446-8684
Fax: (631) 242-6900
Fax: (770) 775-5625
Fax: (972) 932-4795
Fax: (775) 972-1578
www.advancetabco.com
ADVANCE TABCO is constantly engaged in a program of improving our products. Therefore, we reserve the right to change specifications without prior notice. © ADVANCE TABCO, APRIL 2006
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