The Truth Behind Stainless Steel Multi-Functional Equipment

Kitchen equipment, namely stainless steel equipment, is designed to make your tasks simpler. Saving time, space & effort are the chief goal in any kitchen setup – having the right equipment is the answer. One way of achieving this is by investing in multi-functional equipment. How exactly does this equipment fit into your lineup?

In this article, we will go over the definition of multi-functional equipment & give you some IMC examples to take into consideration. Let’s jump right into it.

What is “Multi-Functional Equipment?”

To break this down as simple as possible, multi-function equipment handles the tasks of multiple units & fits it into one unit. Multi-functional equipment has the following benefits:

a. Versatility – A wide range of activities can be achieved just by one piece of equipment.

b. Time Saver – Streamline tasks & cut down on time.

c. Conserving Space – With less equipment needed, it opens the door for freeing up valuable space in your kitchen. Notable for smaller kitchens where floor space can be tough to work with.

d. Cost Effective – Removes the need to purchase additional items for multiple tasks.

IMC/Teddy Examples

So, now that you know what it means to be multi-functional, let’s dive into some real world examples. Here are some products manufactured by IMC/Teddy that are considered multi-functional:

Shelving (preferably with casters)


  • The primary function is to store your valuables in a logical manner for the short or long term.
  • If your shelving is equipped with casters, it can be used to transport your goods around the facility with ease – eliminating the need for mobile carts.

For a list of commonly asked questions about shelving, click here.

Base Cabinets

  • The primary function is hiding your items away in a compact area – with or without security.
  • As a secondary function, base cabinets usually have a flat top so you can use the space as prep or organizing space. Base cabinets can also be equipped with sink bowls for hand or utensil washing.

For a complete breakdown of IMC base cabinets, click here.


  • Mainly used as a prep space for carrying out your tasks – one of the most important pieces of equipment you can have in your lineup
  • Other functions exist based on options – undershelves for extra storage, drawers for security, casters for transportation, sink bowls for hand/ware washing & the list goes on.

For more info on IMC worktables, click here.

Mop Sink Cabinets

  • Designed for janitorial use, the mop sink cabinet provides an easy way for custodians to fill or empty mop buckets thanks to the integrated sink.
  • Apart from that, mop sink cabinets offer valuable storage space for cleaning products, brooms, mops & other relevant products. They really are a true substitute for a janitor’s closet.

For a definitive guide to IMC mop sink cabinets, click here.

Multi-functional equipment can prove useful for any kitchen layout. In particular, stainless steel equipment can prove to be a valuable asset if you are looking to save time/space or increase efficiency. Furthermore, the more options you equip, the more jobs your equipment will be capable of. To learn more about how IMC can cater to your stainless steel needs, click here.

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