The van ’t Wout work tables are equipped with a stable stainless steel 304 frame, using standard tubular profile of 35x35x2 mm. All connections are welded around TIG and it is etched afterwards. The work tables are equipped with stable stainless steel yokes and feature 100 mm durable rollers with a thermo rubber tread.
The stainless steel 304 worktop has a material thickness of 3 mm and is filled on the underside with threaded pins with an 18mm concrete plywood plate and sealed around. As a result, the blade is carried freely and the blade remains practically dent-free even after many years of use. The free ends of the concrete square are finished with a stainless steel profile. Even hot baking trays can be placed directly on the work surface without any problems, there is no risk of glue under the top which will “saponify” which can cause the top to bulge and “jump”. The worktops on the frame are arranged in such a way that the worktop has an overhang all around, so that the bottom frame is less polluted.
An absolutely unique point on the work tables are the drawer runners designed and produced by van 't Wout itself, these are executed without ball rolls but with plastic rolls and a very stable high 2 mm thick stainless steel profile. As a result, the drawers in the extended position can safely be loaded with 100 kg on the drawer front.
The drawers can also be pulled out in its entirety due to the aforementioned construction, as a result of which the gastronorm trays can also be removed straight for cleaning. If the bench and guides were heavily soiled with flour, etc., the drawers can still be opened properly. The bench can then be sprayed with water, including the drawer guides, since it is therefore designed without ball rolls.
The drawers are provided with a small gap between the drawer front and the gastronorm container, so that if the drawers are still slightly open there is no possible leakage of water in the trays.
The work tables can be arranged according to your own insight.