Air curtains protect your operation & make staff more comfortable when windows & doors are open. Air flow deflects insects car fumes & dust. It also helps prevent heat and air conditioning loss. Ready Access AA100 and AA300 air curtains are uniquely designed for drive through /walk up transaction windows, with the proper vertical coverage and quiet operation.
The company noted that these drive-through locations have 25 to 30 percent higher revenue than their typical metro locations with no drive-through.
Ready Access offers drive-thru window solutions for any operation. Industry experts agree that adding a drive thru can boost sales by 25 to 30 percent. Not all drive-thru solutions, however, are created equal: windows that are suitable for one operation may not be ideal for another. Learn more …
There’s no denying the impact a drive thru can have on sales. Just look at Dunkin’ Donuts: Scott Murphy, senior vice president of operations for the coffee-and-treats chain, says 59 percent of traditional Dunkin’ locations have a drive thru, and those units have 23 percent higher sales volume than other traditional locations.
Once a hallmark of classic fast-food joints, the drive-thru operation is getting a fast casual–style facelift thanks to chains like Dallas-based Which Wich. The customizable sandwich concept opened its second drive-thru unit this summer in Crystal Lake, Illinois, to offer more convenience, says Jeremy Cook, senior vice president of real estate and construction.
California, you are special… especially when it comes to the health code requirements for your Foodservice Transaction windows. California typically requires a self-closing window with a relatively small service opening. The opening needs to be under 432 square inches when used in conjunction with a fly fan, or under 216 square inches if not using a fly fan.
Batten down the hatches! Ready Access offers many solutions for coastal region building codes that carry a Miami Dade and Florida Product Approval for either Non-Impact or Impact Hurricane Zones.
Most Ready Access windows “self-close”, so when the operator steps away, the window closes by itself. So how does a window close by itself? There are a number of ways. All are considered the window’s OPERATING SYSTEM. All operating systems are located in the window header, to allow for a track free sill that is easy to keep clean.