Find The Drain Strainer™ That’s The Perfect Fit For Your Commercial Kitchen
The first step in deciding which Drain Strainer model will work best for your commercial kitchen is determining how you’re planning on using it.
Talk Directly To Our Owner And Find Out Which Model You Need
If you want our white glove VIP concierge experience at no extra charge, simply contact our owner Brian Ash directly and we'll personally help you figure out which model of our food scrap collectors will work best for your commercial kitchen in three simple steps:
- Take a photo of the area where you're going to install your unit with your cell phone and email it to brian@TheDrainStrainer.com
- In your email, explain what problem you're trying to solve. Are you replacing a commercial garbage disposal? Trying to prevent your grease trap from getting clogged with food solids? The more details you can provide, the better our recommendations.
- You should also include a few measurements. What's the distance from the bottom of the sink bowl to the floor? Where is the water going when it comes out of The Drain Strainer™? Will it flow into a grease trap, a floor drain or a wall drain? If it's anything other than a floor drain, you'll need to let us know the height of the drain that you'll be tying into.
Once we see how your commercial dishroom is set up, how you're planning on using your Drain Strainer, and the heights for where the water will be coming into the unit and where the water needs to go when it comes out, we'll let you know which model would work best for your situation and why.
Prefer To Figure It Out On Your Own?
Read through these main uses for our different models and decide which food scrap collector would work best for your commercial kitchen.
Commercial Garbage Disposal Replacement
The box and the strainer drawer are the same size for both The Drain Strainer with Crown Adapter and The Drain Strainer XL. The only difference is that The Drain Strainer XL comes with a set of 6″ leg extensions for taller sinks.
Visit our Replace Your Disposal page for more details.
Draining Multiple Sinks
Tying Into Taller Drains
If you don’t want your unit flush underneath the bottom of your sink, but you need the drain outlet coming out of the box to tie into a taller drain (ex: grease trap or wall drain) then you might need:
Click The Images Below To See Tearsheets With Dimensions And Installation Instructions For Each Model
Replacing Your Commercial Garbage Disposal?
If you’re replacing your commercial garbage disposal with The Drain Strainer™ and are trying to decide which unit to order, the first thing you’ll need to do is measure what the distance will be from the floor to the bottom of your sink bowl once the disposal is removed.
That measurement is your "Sink Height".