The new water tray for 'Danish' unistandard trolleys has been completely redesigned in order to reach 3 very important goals:
1) Increase the structural robustness: for what concerns the geometrical arrangement, we got inspired by the food box which puts together reduced thickness together with high robustness. The project has been studied in the smallest details, focusing on areas exposed to strong pressure. The design includes 2 draining wells around the unistandard shelf handles with a central imprinting in order to facilitate drilling.
2) Optimize the space on 'Danish' unistandard trolley: we modified the space of unistandard trolleys, on the base as well as on the shelf, by improving conicity and allowing the use of any flower and plant plateau.
3) Reduce packaging volume: we have reduced the total volume of 48%,compared to the previous water tray, just by stacking in a pile and therefore reducing the cost of transportation.
RENEWABLE MATERIALS (ABS+PMMA)
We use ABS+PMMA for our new water tray which is a plastic material resistant to strong pressures as well as atmospheric agents. The initial plastic plate is obtainable by a process of coextrusion of ABS and PMMA layers. ABS is known to have an excellent resistance together with high inflexibility and good physical properties. The PMMA layer confers a very good aspect, strong scratch resistance and UV protection against ageing and colour turning. In addition, to guarantee the aesthetic quality of the water tray, the plastic plate is combined with a Methacrylate protective coating.