ATLANTA, Ga. - The wide range of waste separation systems is continually being optimised and expanded at Vauth-Sagel. One of the worldwide best-sellers within the programme is the Öko liner, which is now being expanded to include the innovative organizational drawer. This can flexibly accommodate beautifully-shaped plastic containers – hence optimally utilising limited storage space below the kitchen sink and above the waste separation system. "An outstanding system solution," was the summary of the interior innovation award jury, which presented the organisational drawer with the internationally-renowned award in 2014.
 
Disposing of food, consumables and household utensils is part of daily kitchen work. These processes in everyday life are optimised and considerably simplified using a modern waste separation system tailored to one’s personal requirements and which can be adapted to one’s lifestyle, household size and the local waste disposal and separation regulations. Ideally, the system – and all the required containers – most frequently used in modern kitchens disappears behind the front panel of the kitchen sink cabinet.

Öko liner in combination with the organisational drawer 

The Öko liner from systems specialist Vauth-Sagel fulfills all the demands of modern waste separation systems. It stands out with its 500- and 600-mm wide cushioned front-panel drawer and is based on a Vauth-Sagel guide system. Opening and closing are easy and virtually silent. Furthermore, the two installation heights and the numerous different container sizes offer customised comfort. These allow users to comply with widely differing local waste disposal stipulations or to cater to customer-specific depth requirements that enable the installation of under-sink water heaters – all with the utmost ease us-ing the modular system. And the waste separation system is closed perfectly with a sturdy, double powder-coated metal lid, which can also be used as an additional shelf.
 
Positioned above the Öko liner, the new organisational drawer not only cleverly exploits the available storage space, it also organises the space with a whole range of plastic containers of differing sizes. These can be flexibly inserted into the drawer, accommodating water connections within the kitchen sink cabinet and allowing users to position their containers depending on their personal requirements. 
 
If desired, the Öko liner can be expanded to include a fur-ther tangible customer benefit with the new organisational drawer. The solid, powder-coated metal frame is positioned on two synchronised full-length pull-outs, also allowing it to be opened and closed with the utmost ease and virtually silently. These numerous advantages also convinced the interior innovation award jury, which decided to present the product with the internationally-renowned award. 

EasyFit: simple installation, effortless adjustment 

In addition to the visual and quality features, the Öko liner equipped with the new organisational drawer is also a convincing solution as a result of its assembly-friendliness. Coming with the Vauth-Sagel EasyFit quality seal, it offers considerable benefits for initial assembly: the detailed step-by-step instructions permit quick and easy installation of the organizational drawer. Furthermore, an installation template applied to the carcass wall helps the fitter to correctly position and drill the holes for the drawer. Subsequently, the two pull-outs can be aligned by means of 3D adjustment and the front mounted to the frame without the use of tools. Assembling a complex system simply could not be any simpler. 
 
With the combination of the waste Öko liner separation system and the new organisational drawer, Vauth-Sagel offers a high-end waste separation system that perfectly unites customer-specific requirements, timeless design and award-winning user comfort.
 
For more information, see Vauth-Sagel.com.
 

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