Synergy units break the mould in servery design

Posted on October 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

When the main dining room at one of Scotland¹s busiest and biggest hospitals sustained significant fire damage in March 2001, the catering management team took the opportunity to break the mould of traditional servery design with a new Synergy counter from Victor. Comprising wood laminate base units with stainless steel plinths and shadow gap trim, the servery has under counter lighting; blue Corian tops with integral tray pick up points and tray runners. The operating units comprise Victor’s increasingly popular Synergy drop-ins with three heated ceramic tops, one bain marie, three roll-under hot cupboards and a heated soup station forming the hot food section. The refrigerated section comprises two blown air salad wells, a high deli unit for sandwich preparation and an open-fronted multi-tier display. The central beverage station features two drinks machines and heated cup dispensers. Each Synergy unit is available in up to five sizes, is self-contained and said to be easy to install. 3D drawings are conta

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