Italian Design for Outdoor Living

Die-Pat Divisions Ltd is the UK distributor for Ronda, a world renowned Italian company which designs and manufactures stainless steel components (doors, drawers, food containers, sink bowls…) for bar fitting and professional kitchens.

Ronda Outdoor Kitchen components are beautiful, original and practical.

They are:
  • protected against external elements such a temperature (-2°/+140°f)
  • maintenance free
  • hygienic (anti-bacterial)
  • robust
  • NSF Certified        
Our outdoor product range includes insulated (hot and cold options):
  • single, double and triple drawer units
  • double drawer units with single front
  • pull-out trash drawers
  • single and double doors
  • glass fronted doors and drawer units
  • round and square stainless steel sinks
  • single and double coffee knock out drawers
  • gastronorm containers and lids

Die-Pat Divisions Ltd is the UK’s largest supplier of specialised catering equipment hardware and plumbing components into the foodservice industry and this year we are celebrating our 50th year in business.  We have supplied the Italian Ronda range for almost 20 years.

For further information on Ronda Outdoor Kitchen components and their full range of stainless steel products or to request a brochure, please call the sales team on 01327 311144 or email sales@die-pat.co.uk

To view the full range of products - https://www.die-pat.co.uk/catalogues

 
 

Further Information...

Find out more about us and our products by calling us on 01327 311144 or emailing us at sales@die-pat.co.uk

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