The Tight Link Locking System to create benefits for K-12 school nutrition professionals and college and university foodservice directors. But what is a Tight Link Locking System? Why does it matter? And what are those benefits?
Sometimes it can be a bit granular to dig into the nuts and bolts of foodservice equipment, but to understand what operators should look for in school cafeterias and C&U foodservice establishments, sometimes reviewing the nuts and bolts can be very important.
The Tight Link Locking System is a Multiteria element that comes standard on the Essence line, and is an optional add-on for M-Power serving stations. Using a channel to lock two or more units together, it allows for those units to be configured in different arrangements and moved to other locations within the operation. This provides ultimate flexibility for K-12 and C&U operators.
This patented system eliminates the vertical and horizontal gaps between adjacent counters. The system features slide-in panels that link counters together in both the depth and height dimensions, thus eliminating top, front, and rear horizontal and vertical gaps between equipment.
Why is this important? Having a seamless experience void of gaps and cracks makes them easier to clean and maintain. It makes them more visually appealing. And because of the patented design, it allows for versatility in configuration and location.
Linking panels are also open to allow for mechanical connections and conduits to run between side-by-side units without having to cut access holes. This reduces the requirements to connect adjacent equipment making it easier for operators and facility staff alike.
How can the Tight Link Locking System Be Added to My Unit?
K-12 and C&U directors and operators must first determine which series is right for the operation. M-Power and Essence both offer a unique set of features and benefits that can accommodate the Tight Link Locking System. Learn more about these two Multiteria food serving solution series to begin the discovery process.