Interior Building Drainage
At SUSHISAMBA you will find a unique blend of Japanese, Brazilian and Peruvian culture and cuisine. SUSHISAMBA opened its doors in New York in 1999 and since then the restaurant group has celebrated over 15 years of singular, soulful style and superlative dining with locations in Miami, Las Vegas, London and Amsterdam.
Component Developments was approached to design, manufacture and supply the stainless steel floor drainage systems for their London kitchen. The final drainage solution needed to work within the depth restrictions of the kitchen, whilst not compromising hygiene or effectiveness.
The final solution designed and manufactured was a stainless steel drainage channel that was 610mm wide. The system included anchor tangs, brace bars, and a built in fall to a modified Component Developments gully. Due to the depth restrictions Component Developments needed to use a shallower waste basket, however the capacity needed to meet certain hydraulic requirements. In order to meet both the depth and hydraulic constraints, Component Developments used a larger gully, and therefore a larger waste basket that was bespoke made to be slightly shallower.
The drainage channel was topped with Component Developments anti-slip grating with a 23 x 23mm open mesh, and a 30 x 3mm load bar. This grating is an industry standard within kitchens, as it helps prevent employee injury and the open mesh allows debris to fall into the system and be caught by the removable waste basket.