Yes it is very sturdy and would be perfect for your situation.
As safe as the source that supplies it.
I am looking for a part number please. I already know I need to replace it, so a part number of what fits properly is what is desired.
You can remove the shelf and use the space
No, a plumber does not need to do it as long as you have a sump pump or pit close by. Its a little tricky but my husband and I did it in an hour.
I put a sock type strainer over the washing machine hose that drains into the sink to strain out the lint.
Only by buying adapters to go from drain size to garden hose size. If you meant can you hook a garden hose to the faucet the answer is yes.
Yes -it's a pull out and has two phases - spray and single stream. Great for light duty. Deep enough to wash larger items and not splash on top or floor.
First of all Tjonez, working on old plumbing can be frustrating and challenging. Judging by the picture, you have a section of likely 1-1/2 inch galvanized pipe coming out of the wall. An ABS plastic elbow angles down with an !-1/2 inch "Kitchen" compression fitting onto a kitchen sink "Tailpiece. Assuming the section of white compression piping will not come out of the ABS elbow, cut that section of white compression pipe in half. Purchase a new P-trap and a 6" long 1-1/2 " long extension. Remove the p-trap with the foam on it, and replace it with a new p-trap. You will only use that half of the new p-trap. Finally, slide the new 1-1/2 inch extension up and onto the vertical white pipe you cut in half, and carefully cut the extension to length at the top of the threads of the P-trap. Finally, connect the extension to the p-trap using a new 1-1/2 inch plastic compression fitting. That should work, even though that is not the way that p-trap is supposed to be assembled. Good luck!!
i do not. best thing is to ask the mfg.