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May 09, 2017 2 min read

Have you heard ofInterzum? It is the world's leading trade fair for furniture production and interior design. Said to be the place where the most important business is conducted and momentum for the global cabinet and furniture supply industry is created, Docking Drawer is delighted to announce that we'll be attending Interzum May 16-19, 2017 in Cologne, Germany.

While there, we're going to be showing off our brand new series of European outlets! There will be two versions of outlets for our friends in Europe-and either one should work for most new customers. First, ourcharging outlet (Euro Duo) will have four USB ports and an input voltage of 100-240 VAC. The 5' cord for this Docking Drawer will be changeable, suited to the needs of outlets in any European country. Designed to fit up to 610mm deep cabinets, the Euro Duo requires a minimum drawer width of 454mm.

Second, ourpowering outlet(Euro Trio) for Europe is going to be very unique consisting consisting of three modular receptacles capable of supporting main outlets, RCB's, USB's, and more. Again, every European country will be supported no matter what their plug configuration is. A built in thermostat will disconnect power if the temperature within a customer's drawer exceeds 55 ÌŠC. Complete with a hard wire power connection, the input voltage on our Euro Trio is 220-240 VAC and it is designed to fit cabinets up to 533mm deep. These outlets will require a 305mm minimum drawer width.

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We're looking forward to meeting some of the industry's biggest decision makers and opinion leaders at Interzum next month! We're also excited to show off these all-new outlets and demonstrating just how easy Docking Drawer is to specify and how safe they are for our customers around the world.

Euro Outlets 2 Outlets.jpgDownload a PDF of the Docking Drawer European outlet brochureHERE.

Do you want to connect with us at Interzum?Email us today to set up an appointment.