Drip Tray for 5 Faucets, 18" wide, with drain

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This Drip tray has pre-drilled holes for 5 Faucets. 18" wide.

It has a 5/8" stainless steel drain (includes the 5/16" ID hose for drain tube!).

The back splash is 14" high from top of Cup Grid, Cup Grid is removable for easy cleaning.

All Stainless Steel! Great value for a great drip tray!!!

Everything in this kit was made in the USA!



Drip Tray Faucet Spacing Measurements:


From the outer edge to the center of the first hole = 3”


From center of one hole to the center of the next hole = 3”

 WARNING: This product can expose you to hexavalent chromium, also known as chromium 6 (Cr6),  which is known to the state of California to cause cancer, birth defects and other reproductive harm. For more information go to:

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  • 5
    Great Product, Great Price

    Posted by G-Spot Brew Pub on 10th Jan 2018

    I am very pleased with this purchase, makes my home 5 tap keezer look professional! It's stainless and looks great.

    Pros: Great quality, clean welds, precision cuts. plenty sturdy and was a little hesitant after the prior review - I'll never be filling growlers on it anyway without being right there.

    Cons: I too wish the drain was a 1/2" threaded npt male connector. I couldn't even get the drain tube off when I tried and didn't want to cut it. it would make this more versatile for less work and I can't imagine the fabrication cost is but pennies of difference

    Take away: do not be hesitant to buy this on quality or sturdiness. For $75-100 less than most other options, unless you plan to place large grolwers on it and walk away this is a fantastic option.

  • 4
    Not as nice as Micromatic, but good value!

    Posted by on 25th Nov 2014

    Upgraded to this from a Micromatic wall mount three faucet hole drip tray. Compared to the micromatic it is much thinner stainless, the drip tray portion is smaller (width) and it is not braced like the micromatic therefore doesn't feel as sturdy. I used to rest growlers while filling on the old tray, and I'm not sure I will chance it on this one. The drain is also just a straight piece of 1/4" stainless tubing as opposed to the micromatic's 1/2" threaded npt nipple.

    With all that said, this drip tray is at least $100 less than the micromatic five faucet version, allowing me to put that cash into the two extra faucets and shanks, etc. I needed.

    I'd still recommend this version for aesthetics and utility for the price, I'm pleased I was able to find this.