SinkTech’s Automated Three-Compartment Sink Receives High Honor
CHICAGO, IL, March 28, 2019 – SinkTech was recently chosen by the National Restaurant Association Show® as a recipient of the 2019 KI Award. This year, the KI Awards program honored 25 award recipients. Of the 25 recipients, SinkTech is one of the younger companies to win the award.
SinkTech is technology that automates the three-compartment sink to help bars and restaurants more easily remain compliant with corporate policies and health code regulations. It uses sensors to determine water levels, temperature and cleanliness. It automatically drains and fills sinks and saves time, energy, water and money. It is compact, installs without plumbing and does not interfere with washing or scrubbers. It is connected to the cloud for data on usage and automated ordering processes.
“We are proud to be a recipient of this year’s KI Awards, as it reaffirms that our technology is resonating with those looking for a solution that is low cost, resource efficient and helps to meet internal and external compliance requirements,” said David Ruder, CEO of SinkTech. “The three-compartment sink is only the beginning of our plan to develop a suite of technologies focused on efficiency and compliance in the operations of foodservice establishments.”
SinkTech, alongside the other award recipients, will be a product honoree at the interactive Kitchen Innovations Showroom at the 2019 National Restaurant Association Restaurant, Hotel-Motel Show®, held May 18-21 in Chicago at McCormick Place.
The KI Awards program has earned a reputation for defining the gold standard of foodservice equipment innovations. Winning products are chosen by an independent panel of judges looking for innovative new equipment that reflect the trends and topics most important to foodservice operators today, delivering advancements in speed, efficiency, safety and more.
SinkTech is a revolutionary system that combines automation and cloud computing that forever changes the management of sinks in bars and restaurants. It reduces water consumption for washing glassware by automating the draining and filling of your three-compartment sinks, based on temperature and cleanliness data.
About National Restaurant Association
Founded in 1919, the National Restaurant Association is the leading business association for the restaurant industry, which comprises more than one million restaurant and foodservice outlets and a workforce of 15.1 million employees. We represent the industry in Washington, D.C., and in partnership with 52 state associations, we advocate on our industry’s behalf in states and locations across the nation. We manage the leading food safety training and certification program (ServSafe); a unique career-building high school program (the NRAEF’s ProStart); and sponsor the industry’s largest annual trade show (National Restaurant Association Show May 18-21, 2019, in Chicago). For more information, visit the Show on social at Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.