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Ruvati has created a new apron-front version of its dual-tier workstation sink

October 20, 2021
Ruvati workstation sink
This article first appeared in the CB Fall 2021 issue of Custom Builder.

By combining two of its most popular styles, Ruvati has created a new apron-front version of its dual-tier workstation sink. Exposed apron detailing creates a modern farmhouse look, while the workstation sink expands functionality with a range of built-in accessories that slide into place on two-tiered tracks. The sink’s generous 45-inch length accommodates dual faucets, so two chefs can work side by side. Sinks are crafted from 16-gauge T-304 stainless steel, with heavy-duty SoundGuard undercoating and thick rubber NoiseDefend padding to provide noise dampening and thermal insulation.


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