Two Compartment Stainless Steel Commercial Sink with One Left-hand Drainboard. You will not find any new sink with this sort of Heavy Gauge Stainless Steel Construction, a 43" Wide Drain Board supported by a third set of all Stainless Steel cross-braced legs, and Solid Brass Drains and Overflows. Corners of sinks are all rounded and easy to clean! No nasty corners. The entire underside and back of sink is covered with sound-deadening coating. The thicker gauge Stainless construction helps make things quieter, but the undercoating really makes a difference! Includes Faucet and Soap Dish. Overall Dimensions: 43"H x 94"W x 31"D Each Sink Measures: 10"Deep x 24"Wide x 26"Front to Back (Extra support welded under each sink for long life and makes things quieter when you drop something) Double-Size left hand drain board measures 43.5" Wide and is supported by a third set of legs. All Stainless Steel Legs have cross-bracing for firm free-standing support. Brass drains included and have working hand lever type drain valve under each sink. Right hand sink drain is missing the operating handle (I am looking for a replacement). Right sink also has a dent in the front that does not hinder operation and could probably be hammered out by someone with a bigger hammer than I have. (perhaps Thor) Each sink equipped with solid-brass overflow drain. Vintage Heavy Gauge Stainless Steel construction. Already plumbed to PVC drain line with in-line flexible coupler. All Stainless Steel legs with Adjustable Feet are all intact and all function. Large 43" drain board is perfect for all sorts of prep work, meat cutting, applying dry rub, pulling pork, chopping chickens in half... drain board will hold three standard 21"x13" steam table trays. You can't find a sink with a drain board this large anymore. Sink was originally equipped with a matching right-head drain board that has been professionally trimmed off to fit the sink into a smaller space. (See photos) Your wife is probably tired of the mess you make in her kitchen every time you fire up the smoker... take it outside somewhere. This would make a nice prep sink for an outdoor kitchen or smokehouse.