Custom Stainless Steel Workstation Undermount Sinks
Hand-crafted Type 316L Domestic Medical/Marine Grade Stainless - the Finest Grade of Stainless Available
NexGen™ is the next generation in workstation sinks. Copywrited exclusive design.
This is the most advanced workstation kitchen sink design on the market and will outperform any other sink - period!
Every stainless sink we make is custom designed with me, Dino Rachiele, to suit your handedness, height and style of cooking!
I offer three very different types of stainless steel for our sinks. First, we have the traditional brushed stainless. Secondly, I have a custom finished stainless called Hand-Finished (Super easy care). Thirdly, I have Millennia - a stainless with an embossed pattern that hides scratches and water spots. My Original Signature Series Workstation Sink Architecture, with steps to support drain grids and cutting boards are designed so you can do all of your food preparation on the sink instead of on the countertop. Click on the image below (left) to see a custom 48" NexGen™ Series, Hand-Finished Stainless sink with several accessories (outdated grid and sponge caddy design). Below middle, is a Millennia Signature Series under mount sink with an offset drain and a Waterstone Gantry Faucet suite. To the right is a 42" stainless undermount NexGen™ Workstation sink shown with a 15" grid.
Our standard stainless sinks will have a micro-weld in the vertical corners. This is an exclusive technique to our company. I have invested in sophisticated equipment and the finest craftsman to allow this type of premium work.
See how easy it is to care for our Hand-Finished Stainless Steel
Check out this video of Norman, our lead welder.
Click on the photo to the right>>> This is just one example of the difference between the quality standards of a Rachiele® sink and most others. The retail price on this Franke PKX11028 28 3/4" sink is $2399. (October 2018) What other "Luxury Brands" pass off as first quality would be put in our scrap bin. We would not even sell a sink with that much of a defect as a second at any price. As a matter of fact, we had a sink with a defect so small that 99% of the homeowners would never notice it. Not only did we build another for that customer, we did not sell the defective one. Nothing leaves here that is not the absolute best work we are able to provide.
I have been told that a great deal of stainless sinks are being imported from China. I am very careful about making comments where I do not have first hand knowledge, therefore, I will let you know that the following information was gleaned from a friend in our industry. He told me that he thought he could make "a ton" of money selling stainless sinks that he was importing from China. He showed me photos and his cost. I was shocked at how nice the sinks looked and the low price he was getting them for. About 8 months later, he called me and said he had to stop selling the sinks, as he was getting numerous calls from his customers complaining of rust inside the sinks. Moral of this story...Make sure you know where your sink is made and what kind of warranty you will get.