Blog of Steel from Just Manufacturing
Handwash Sink with Swing Down Eyewashnew
A handwash sink with an
AutoFlow™ 100 degree swing down eyewash for in-hospital pharmacies, inpatient treatment centers, VA facilities, and other institutional applications.
This hands-free multi-use unit is ADA compliant and has been developed to help manage the risks of hazardous materials and waste in accordance with the USP 797 and USP 800 standards, which require that a sink for handwashing be readily .... more >
The “Stainless” Armor Series
This new line of 16 gauge stainless steel sinks is the largest and most diverse line of true 16 gauge industrial grade, heavy duty type 304 stainless steel sinks available to the market today.
There is a need for heavy duty industrial grade stainless steel drop-in and undermount sink products that are corrosion, impact, heat and fire resistant is apparent in high-use environments. more >
Integra Drain System Improves Sink Hygienenew
Just’s Integra Drain system creates a unique integral in-sink drain system. The exclusive Integra Drain system design seamlessly joins the drain to the sink, so that the sink and the drain are really one complete unit.
The results are a safer, seamless sink interior designed to eliminate not only crevices in the sink bottom, but also in the drain itself. This design completely eliminates the need for .... more >
Stainless Steel - Type 304 or Type 301 - Why Does It Matter?
There are a number of 300 series stainless steel alloys (austenitic alloys) that are specifically formulated for forming and drawing Stainless Steel Sinks. A common question is which stainless steel is right for my project, Type 304 or Type 301?
While both alloys are stainless steel and very similar in content, there are some key differences... more >
Stainless Steel ~ The Latest Trend for Lavatory and Bathroom Sinks
Stainless steel has become a hot trend in light commercial and residential bathroom and restroom design in recent years. Because of its aesthetic appeal, stainless steel sinks and fixtures make a big impact in the look and functionality in the bathroom.
Stainless steel sinks deliver style, substance and offer significant advantages over other sink materials on the market. more >
Complete ADA Compliant Lavatory Package
Just Manufacturing (Franklin Park, IL) is proud to introduce their Commercial ADA Compliant Wall-Hung Hands-Free Lavatory packages. Just Manufacturing offers single source reliability and specifying simplicity, thanks to their industry-first turn-key lavatory package.
This package is a complete “hands-free” system, as each unit includes.... more >
Medical Device Cleaning Stations a Critical Part of Cleaning Solutions
Cleanliness and surface quality are critical for medical devices. These Pre-sterilization wash stations are designed to reduce the risks associated with improper or ineffective cleaning of reusable medical devices. These sinks feature a generous drainboard / work area. The drainboards gently slope downward to the main sink bowl, with the option of either a 6” spillway design which facilitates .... more >
Stainless Steel Classroom Faucet and Bubble new
Stainless steel, known for durability, clean ability and non-porous surfaces, is also material used in water supply fixtures like faucets and bubblers. When these fixtures are composed entirely of Type 304 stainless steel, inside and out, it reduces potential sources of contamination, while providing maximum protection to drinking water and human health.
Just Manufacturing offers... more >
Benefits of a Self Rimming Drop-in Sinks
Designing for a commercial or residential application is often perceived as a function of style versus cost. Just Mfg (Franklin Park, IL) offers a multitude of highly functional and economical stainless steel self-rimming sinks to complement any function or design.
A self rimming drop-in sink can make a design statement while delivering several key advantages over undermount sinks: more >
Stainless Steel - Type 304 or Type 316?
Both Type 304 and Type 316 stainless steel belong to the 300 series of stainless steel alloys (austenitic alloys) that are specifically formulated for forming and drawing stainless steel sinks.
Of the wide range of stainless steels on the market, both Type 304 and Type 316 stainless steel have strength, workability and are corrosion resistance, the key difference is that 316 stainless steel incorporates .... more >
Infection Control with Antimicrobial Copper Nickel
In healthcare facilities around the world, sinks and fixtures made with Antimicrobial Copper Nickel surfaces are becoming part of new patient safety initiatives.
Just Manufacturing introduced their first sinks and fixtures made with CuVerro® Antimicrobial Copper Nickel Surfaces in 2012. Since that time there has been a steady expansion of their line of healthcare fixtures..... more >
Clinic Sink With Full Flushing Rim Wash Feature
Just Manufacturing (Franklin Park, IL) is proud to introduce their JFC-2026-WG Sink with Full Flushing Rim, designed for use in Healthcare facilities and research labs.
Constructed of heavy-duty, 14 gauge, type 304 stainless steel, the JFC-2026=WG will withstand the harshest chemicals while providing extended service life in clinics and research labs. more >
Tips for Taking Care of Your Stainless Steel Sink!
Stainless steel needs to be cleaned for aesthetic considerations and to preserve corrosion resistance.
If your “perfect looking” stainless steel sink has lost the pristine look and sparkle that it once had, and is now looking a bit dingy, there are some eco-friendly materials that you may already have in your kitchen that make restoring the shine an easy task.... more >
Five Reasons to Consider Enviro Series Sensor Faucets
Enviro Series Sensor Faucets from Just Manufacturing deliver real ROI from the moment they are installed.
One of the greater benefits of sensor faucets is that they turn off automatically. Beyond that obvious benefit of water conservation, these automatic faucets with preset time-outs are designed to save building owners from over flow water damage. This is a huge plus...... more >
The Case For Antimicrobial Copper Surfaces
Every year, in the U.S. alone, 2,000,000 people acquire infections in hospitals resulting in nearly 100,000 deaths. The economic impact to a hospital is staggering. According to a recent study, MRSA alone can cost hospitals roughly $30,000 per case. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), all hospital-acquired infections can result in up to $33 billion in excess medical costs nationwide per year. more >