Restaurant Development & Design

July-August 2015

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J U L Y / A U G U S T 2 0 1 5 • 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 9 Solutions Center non-fre-rated doors for ADA compliance. The unit features an electrically controlled backcheck, sweep and latch for quiet operation. www.nortondoorcontrols.com 12. Peerless AV's Digital Menu Boards and Mounts The line of Xtreme outdoor digital menu boards are easy to update. The units measure 8 inches deep and use a two-man installation process that requires no forklifts or cranes. Suitable for QSR chains, operators can confgure the menu boards in single, double, and triple designs. The menu boards also have topper and sidekick supports to display static Coroplast and magnetic digital prints for short-term promotions. An all‐season solution, the Xtreme Outdoor Digital Menu Boards can withstand harsh weather conditions. Within the menu board enclosures are Peerless-AV's fully sealed weatherproof displays. www.peerless-av.com 13. Séura Outdoor TVs This line of outdoor televisions, including the two newly designed models – Séura Storm and Séura Storm Ultra Bright, are optimized for direct sun and shaded spaces. The TVs feature slim designs and durable weatherproof capabilities. Built with a UV coated glass to prevent screen washout, this weatherproof TV also features the maker's Activ Airfow System that keeps electronics operating smoothly regardless of extreme heat caused by direct sun. www.seura.com 14. Solisysteme Pergolas Help Expand Space for Outdoor Dining Solisysteme pergolas, distributed by BioClimat- ic Structures, LLC in the U.S., help restaurant operators transform and expand outdoor spaces in all types of weather conditions. Durable, aluminum louvers adjust to sunlight fuctua- tions for comfortable ventilation, brightness, and temperature control. The louvers also ft together to form a dedicated gutter system, keeping guests comfortable and dry while din- ing al fresco. Other available features include heaters and lighting. The patented design adapts to existing architectural confgurations. www.bcstructures.com 15. STANLEY Access Technologies Intro- duces Express-Swing Door System The Express-Swing is a manual/automatic that replaces the large panel of a typical 3-foot door with 2 smaller and lighter synchronized panels that swing both in and out. This unique design intuitively responds to the direction of a person in motion and eliminates the disruptive struggle of pulling a heavy door open. The Express-Swing can also transform to automation on demand with a push button or touchless wave sensor when extra assistance is necessary. Other features include 2- or 3- point locking for security. www.stanleyaccess.com 11 14 15 13 12

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