Rega Stabio – the stainless steel option for the highest hygiene standards
Take advantage of these benefits
- Hygienic storage
- Space efficient and clearly organised
- Robust, stable design
- Standard 5 or Standard 25 for various requirements
- Straightforward installation
- High grade manufacture and excellent durability
The versatile hygienic system for diverse requirements
The special surface qualities of the Standard 5 shelving system in stainless steel make it the first choice for space efficient and clearly organised storage, even of salty foodstuffs. Versatile options for use in dry, refrigerated and frozen storage reveal the broad range of applications for the widest variety of stored goods.
The Standard 25 shelving system in stainless steel meets the most demanding expectations anywhere where hygienic storage is required. Especially for food storage in large kitchens, hospitals, residential homes, hotels and restaurants, the Standard 25 excels with its properties for direct food contact.
Hygienic and clean
The flat, horizontal sections are positive-locked into the uprights using a highly advanced connection technique. No hidden corners or cavities – perfect for cleaning. In the interests of hygiene, the uprights should be sealed off with plastic caps.
Robust, stable design
The robust stainless steel design with high grade components and high quality production ensure reliable and long lasting use – even under the most demanding conditions.
Space efficient sliding shelf solutions for all coldrooms
Viessmann's sliding shelving systems are perfectly designed for optimal and economical use in coldrooms. The aisles that are normally created by permanently installed shelves are eliminated, freeing up space for additional storage areas.
Considerably less time is required for transporting, stocking and removing items, reducing the workload of the staff.
Viessmann sliding shelving systems are suitable for coldrooms and freezer rooms to -30 °C and allow efficient utilisation of the coldroom space for high cost effectiveness.