Vauth-Sagel, systems components manufacturer to the furniture and kitchen furniture industry, will be unveiling the new VSA larder cabinet drawer for modern kitchen designs at the 2013 interzum. This innovative fittings variant for tall cabinets with a load-bearing capacity of up to 75 kg auto-matically extends the contents in front of the edge of the cabinet when opening the cabinet door. To this end, the stored contents can be placed on up to five position-adjustable levels. Equipped in our example with the Premea Artline basket variant with chrome-plated rail, a high-end wooden shelf and a front element made from either clear or Satinato glass, the VSA simply radiates superlative quality. This product innovation is designed for highboard and tall cabinet carcasses and comes in all standard widths and heights.
Range of comfortable waste separation systems further expanded
The range of Vauth-Sagel waste separation systems is now even more comprehensive: on the occasion of the ´interzum´ – the supplier trade fair for the furniture industry and interiors – in Cologne, the east Westphalian system component manufacturer will be unveiling its considerably expanded range of waste separation systems. The new variants perfectly complement the existing Vauth-Sagel product spectrum, which includes the Öko liner, the Öko flexliner, the Öko center and – since 2012 – the Öko freeliner.
Individuality is an increasingly important feature for suc-cessful kitchen and furniture programmes. In times in which customers have the increasingly frequent opportunity to tailor new items of furniture to their specific requirements and wishes, this choice must also apply to the look and functionality of storage space systems. With its five basket variants – Classic, Saphir, Premea, Premea Glassline and Premea Artline – Vauth-Sagel offers its customers maximum flexibility. Because there is not only a huge variety of colour choices, it is particularly the deployment of the most diverse materials for the basket bottoms and side sections that offers comprehensive design freedom.
Vauth-Sagel supplies the automobile industry with high-quality gear lever knobs. To this end, the company delivers the utmost excellence in terms of both product design and function. The company offers these competencies in plastics processing, excelling in terms of superlative quality and process reliability as well as state-of-the-art machinery and equipment.
Vauth-Sagel is expanding its sanitary facilities portfolio
Its comprehensive plastics expertise and know-how along with the extensive material competencies Vauth-Sagel shows with his new product the “Raindance Lift Shower Panel” from the Black Forest-based fittings and taps manu-facturer Hansgrohe.
Managing the interaction of more than 180 individual components
Supplying customers with semi-finished products destined for further
processing is merely part of Vauth-Sagel’s everyday business. Because
the company will also assume the complete development and production,
the coordination of bought-in parts all the way through to the assembly
and dispatch of the children’s rehabilitation buggy.
There’s room even in the smallest of hovels – a common saying that also
applies quite aptly to many kitchens. However, the sensible
exploitation of existing space is frequently a problem, particularly as
modern kitchens are dominated by certain modular dimensions and
standard widths. In order to sensibly exploit even difficult-to-reach
corners, the Vauth-Sagel product portfolio offers the Wari corner
Front panel design in the storage space element – this is possible too
Always at the cutting edge: Vauth-Sagel, the systems components manufacturer from East Westphalia, has again understood how to pick up a happening trend and incorporate it into the existing product portfolio: Premea Artline com-plements the broad range of baskets with a noble variant, with which the unit front design can also be continued in the system fittings on request.
More storage space in corners without annoying central column
The corner cabinet solution Recorner maxx revolutionises storage space
utilisation in corner cabinets. Instead of the space-consuming central
column, Vauth-Sagel offers a product with a completely new, for
consumers, invisible construction – a product that is absolutely unique
within the market. In addition to this uniqueness, the Recorner maxx
program is characterised by its sheer diversity: the new solution is
absolutely compatible with tall, base and wall corner cabinets with
round 3/4 and 4/4 shelves. Equipped with the new Premea-Glassline wooden
shelf program, the Recorner maxx unites optimum storage space
utilisation with comfortable access and extraordinary design.
For Vauth-Sagel, the interzum is an important biennial milestone as this
leading international trade fair offers the company an opportunity to
present its new developments to a broader audience for the very first
time. This year, the successful storage space specialist is also using
the trade fair to launch its reworked www.vauth-sagel.de Website. The
Website has been given a new look, is clearer than ever before and
includes even more information for visitors.
With its diverse basket programmes, Vauth-Sagel is simply unbeatable:
from the sleek and simultaneously attractive entry model “Classic”, to
“Saphir” and “Premea” all the way through to the new “Premea Glassline”
model, the storage space specialist offers furniture manufacturers
various fittings options. And there are countless options in terms of
the materials used and the colour design that allow the furniture’s
design to dazzle behind the front panels as well.
Maximum storage space and comfortable access in the kitchen
A proven classic among kitchen cabinets is the tall apoth-ecary
pull-out. A fixed feature of virtually all modern kitch-ens, this
legendary fitted cabinet fulfils all requirements of a comfortable
storage space solution. To this end, the HSA from Vauth-Sagel is a
proven fitted cabinet program prod-uct that has been continually further
developed from gen-eration to generation and convinces with its sheer
Even the smallest spaces can be “big”. This also includes kitchens, of
course. However, the prudent exploitation of existing space is
frequently a problem, especially as kitch-en design is dominated by
specific grid dimensions and standard widths. To sensibly utilise even
small widths, the Vauth-Sagel product portfolio offers solutions in its
150 multi-level pull-out range.
In terms of floor plan, space in kitchens is not always ideal – which is
why standard modules can sometimes not be used. This is where
innovative storage space systems are required that cleverly support
creative kitchen planning. A good example of these is the DSA side
pull-outs from Vauth-Sagel.