There’s no point creating a mouth-watering masterpiece if it isn’t then stored to perfection.
October 29th, 2010
Professional chefs understand that after putting in every effort into the preparation and creation process, storage conditions for the final product is just as important.
Gaggenau has developed and designed a storage system, which meets the highest demands and pressures of the competitive industry.
The Vario range of cooling appliances is the end product. Not only is the technological precision flawless, allowing the space to be cooled to the exact degree, but Gaggenau has avoided compromising on style too, resulting in a fridge with true aesthetic appeal.
The Vario cooling 400 series is lined with stainless steel, creating a sleek modern feel, the material chosen also for its hygienic purposes.
The shelves are made from hardened safety glass while the door racks are made from solid, shot-blasted aluminium, which are fitted by hand.
The Vario cooling series is a system of refrigerators, freezers and wine cabinets, a combination of which can be selected to form an elegant and space-efficient cooling wall.
The generous side lighting and ceiling spots prevents stray item from slipping into the depths of the refrigerator unnoticed.
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