Restaurant Development & Design

WINTER 2014

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6 6 • R E S T A U R A N T D E V E L O P M E N T + D E S I G N • W I N T E R 2 0 1 4 Solutions Center 1 3 4 5 1. Accurex Utility Distribution Systems Accurex Utility Distribution Systems (UDS) act as a single point of connection for gas, electricity, water and optional utilities, and offer a safe, eff- cient way to connect these utilities to the cooking equipment in commercial kitchen applications. Featuring fexible assemblies for water and gas connections at predetermined intervals, Accurex Utility Distribution Systems allow for convenient relocation and service of appliances. The easy- to-clean stainless steel exterior safely conceals all wiring. Available in wall- or island-style units, Accurex Utility Distribution Systems can be manufactured in incremental lengths. www.accurex.com 2. Aceray's Gala Seating Series Made from solid ash, Aceray's Gala series offers a contemporary design that accentuates any room. Upholstered seating delivers added comfort and elegance. For a consistent design throughout a project, consider combining several pieces. www.aceray.com 3. Advance Tabco's Printer Shelf This heavy gauge stainless steel printer shelf helps restaurant staff easily and conveniently print tickets in the kitchen. The unit mounts be- neath most under shelves and features a turned up edge that holds the printer in place. The back of the unit comes equipped with a power outlet and CAT-5 data receptacle. The removable gem box allows access to wires, while offering protec- tion. www.advancetabco.com 4. Beaufurn's Bloom Seating Collection The sculptural shape of this retro-style line of seating features gently tapered wooden legs with swooping arms and a gently curved back. Constructed on a wood frame, with a fully upholstered upper, the collection consists of a side chair, arm chair, barstool and lounge chair. Restaurants can provide their own upholstery or choose from any of Beaufurn's graded-in fabrics. The Bloom seating collection is suitable for a variety of settings including hotel lobbies, restau- rants and clubs. www.Beaufurn.com 5. Cooper Lighting Expands Halo LED Recessed Downlight Collection Eaton's Cooper Lighting division added new models to its Halo light-emitting diode (LED) RL46 and RL56 retroft families. Both product lines now offer a 3500 Kelvin (K) correlated color temperature (CCT) option and select models are available with a 90 (minimum) color rendering index (CRI). The fxtures can provide up to $400 in energy and maintenance (lamp replace- ment) savings over the life of the fxture and are expected to last 22 years (based on 6 hours daily use at $0.11 per kilowatt hour). The fxtures are Energy Star qualifed for commercial and are wet and damp location listed. www.cooperlighting.com 2

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