Nova Pro Scala

Nova Pro Scala

Double-walled, Steel Drawer System

Nova Pro Scala sets a standard for functionality and aesthetic appeal that surpasses anything in its class.  The new drawer generation has an impressive list of features and a timeless design that fits both contemporary and classic cabinetry design. 

A minimum construction width and the 90-degree inside surfaces of the slim Scala drawer sides ensure up to 11% more storage space. The drawer side heights are offered in 63mm and 90mm as well as deep drawers in heights of 186mm and 250mm. Offered in three popular shades of Silver, Ice, and Stone, Nova Pro Scala will fit comfortably in any environment. Accessories include a rectangular railing system, organizational system, and mounting accessories.  Everything is flush-fitting and coordinates to provide a harmonious, elegant impression.

Nova Pro Scala– Perfect combination of form and function with a wide range of options.                                                                                                                                                                                                          

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