slop sink

slop sink

slop sink
A deep sink, usually set low, esp. used by janitors for emptying pails of dirty water.
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The lower level has a full bath, study/bedroom, and a working artist's studio with slop sink, half bath, two skylights and two walls of windows filling the space with light.
KITCHEN 2-3 part stainless sinks 1- slop sink 1- mop sink 1-new large recessed grease trap 4-8' stainless prep tables, 1-80qt 3 speed mixer w/electric lift, new 16' stainless hood w/fresh air intake and new fire suppression system 2-4'refrigerated prep tables 3-8' sections of wire shelving 1-75 gallon water heater all brand new sewage lines in kitchen, all new 3"gas lines ran from gas meter all throughout this location, all new security system including 4-cameras (3-indoor 1-outdoor)w/dvr and remote viewing capabilities fire alarms door and motion security as well.
Miller said his favorite thing to make fun of during the last boom was "the pet spa, which sounded like dogs lounging around the pool but was really a glorified slop sink in a closet in the basement somewhere.
The service areas, that is tucked into a corner between the kitchen and the direct-entry garage, includes a guest bedroom with private attached bathroom, a separate office, and a laundry facility with convenient slop sink.
Contractor~s operating areas, utility closets and slop sinks are to be kept in clean and orderly condition at all times.
The compression brass fitting fits any standard 3/4-inch hose bib, so it can be used at most prep and slop sinks in kitchens and utility closets.
On a divided floor landlords apportion common area hallways, bathrooms, electrical closets, slop sinks, fan rooms, etc.