Eagle Foodservice Equipment introduced the new VIP System for its Director’s Choice modular cafeteria serving units.
Eagle Foodservice Equipment introduced the new VIP System for its Director’s Choice modular cafeteria serving units. This new visual-in-place system offers foodservice operators a new way to highlight their menu offerings, while also reducing the frustration of long wait lines by spreading customers across a larger serving area.
The VIP system, which is designed to work with all Director’s Choice cafeteria units, consists of pylons, signage and lighting components. It features a plug-in signage system that visually highlights the menu items being served.
Signage is configurable to nearly any shape or size. Signs can be produced in a variety of styles including backlit panels, neon or laminated millwork, based on design aesthetics or the degree of permanence desired.
The construction of the system features pylons constructed of square tubing, mild steel or stainless steel, along with welded mounting plates. Pylons attach to all cafeteria units via a docking device that allows for easy installation and removal.
Eagle also offers special-purpose equipment in the Director’s Choice line, including ice cream units, carving station units, tray/silver units and platforms, plus corner transition units.
Available in a variety of standard lengths ranging from 36 to 96 inches, the cafeteria units can accommodate all industry standard-size heated or refrigerated drop-ins. A unique, patent-pending built-in interlocking device allows for securely linking multiple units together to create whatever configuration best meets the needs of the cafeteria serving area including island displays.
For more details on these cafeteria units, the VIP System or other accessory items, visit the Current Links section at www.canadianpizzamag.com.
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