We explain the meaning of Gastronorm
We often hear about Gastronorm but we don't always understand what its meaning is, this short video helps us understand this international standard.
Gastronorm is a standard system of measures in the catering sector, regulated by the EN 631 standard, which uses universal standard dimensions for containers, trays, pans and equipment such as ovens, refrigerators, cabinets, bain-marie trolleys, buffet displays.
The gastronorm system allows you to use the individual elements supplied by different manufacturers without the need to redo adaptations or modifications. The same GN1 / 1 gastronorm tray can be easily used in a GN1 / 1 refrigerator, in a GN1 / 1 oven, in a GN1 / 1 display or cabinet, in a GN1 / 1 trolley.
GN is the abbreviation for Gastronorm.
Gastronorm measurements expressed in millimeters are:
The Gastronorm GN 1/1 size is conventionally recognized as the standard basic size. And in relation to this basic measure there are multiples such as GN 2/1, or submultiples such as GN 1/2, GN 1/3, GN 1/4, GN 1/6, GN 1/9, GN2 / 8
For gastronorm containers the available depths are 10mm, 20mm, 40mm, 65mm, 100mm, 150mm and 200mm
Containers, basins, tubs, trays, trays for professional use in catering made of materials suitable not only for cooking, but for storage, display, transport.