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W I N T E R 2 0 1 4 • 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 • 6 7 6. Crossville's Reclamation Porcelain Tile Collection The brand's frst digitally produced porcelain tile collection, Reclamation is inspired by the renewal of urban settings and reclaimed materials. Rec- lamation pairs modern style with a versatility that makes the line suitable for numerous hospitality oriented settings. Reclamation's colors include Whiskey Lullaby, Cotton Exchange, Steel City and Tobacco Road. The line offers 16 different facings that interpret the look of wood, metal and concrete with a contemporary twist. Size options include 12-by-24 inch and 24-by-24 inch feld tiles, along with a 6-by-24 inch etching accent that gives a nod to graffti art. A 4-by-24 inch bullnose is also available. 7. Dur-A-Flex's Accelera Fast Track Flooring System Accelera Fast Track Flooring eliminates the need for lengthy install times, according to the maker. Available in 12 solid colors for broadcast foors and for decorative options, the line also includes Dur-A-Flex's standard vinyl and quartz blends and unlimited custom blends. The fooring system also features high moisture tolerance, allowing installations on 5- to 7-day-old concrete. 8. FLAT's Table Bases The maker's line of table bases automatically sta- bilizes tabletops and enables leveling with other tabletops. This eliminates wobbly tables and the misalignment of tables by ensuring joined table edges align at the same height. FLAT table bases achieve their level and alignment capabilities through a hydraulic system that underpins a range of options including round, square and x-shaped bases, cast iron, polished aluminum and stainless steel fnishes, and standard and bar heights. 9. Frontline's Heated Grill Grease Caddy The Heated Grill Grease Caddy System allows res- taurants to collect grill grease throughout the day then pump it into any of Frontline's waste con- tainment tanks. The extra-large sediment basket flters the solids, preserving the oil's quality while protecting the integrity of the equipment's pump and motor. Operation is easy: drain used grease into the caddy, close the caddy lid, and secure the lid with the safety latch. The unit features 100 percent heavy stainless steel construction; smooth-rolling, heavy-duty, non-marking casters; an extra-large "crumb catcher" basket; a power switch and "breakaway" power cord; a removable handle and lock-in-place safety cover; plus a quick-disconnection ftting. 10. Grand Rapids Chair's Felix Collection Designed by John Kaloustian, Felix is a collection of chairs and tables suitable for a variety of ap- plications. The Felix chair incorporates a unique off-set fexing back that provides comfortable lumbar support. Operators can choose from seven different wood, laminate and upholstery combinations, including bright colors that do not fade in sunlight. The chairs stack four high and also come in counter-height versions. The table is offered in nine standard rectangular sizes with additional shapes available upon request. Legs may be equipped with casters or glides. Modesty panels are optional. 6 7 8 9 10

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