DRY AGER® DX 500®
The German-Made compact dry-aging refrigerator for retailers + shops
3 Options: For integration in a wall | side-by-side in a wall | free standing
Dry-Age gourmet meat with the original DRY AGER® - now in the new format for smaller areas.
Dry-Aged Beef is literally the way to go, from the high end restaurants to the street food truck. The English term simply means “dry maturation”. Actually a well-tried method, also known as "well hung". The meat becomes exceptionally tender and flavoursome. This is why it is so popular. With the DRY AGER® DX 1000 meat maturing refrigerator from Landig, this traditional process has been revived.
Now the engineers in Bad Saulgau (Southern Germany) have built, using all the technology in the pioneering model, a smaller version: the DRY AGER® DX 500. This professional unit is suitable not only for beef but also for pork, lamb, or venison and for the production of sausages such as salami or ham. In the commercial sector, the refrigerator (retail price approx. € 2,695.00) will pay for itself after just 2 full loads and is therefore an extremely worthwhile investment.
For the dry-aged method, the meat is matured for 3 - 6 weeks on the bone. The most important criteria is the ambient climate. Only at a temperature around the freezing point and about 80 to 85 % humidity will fresh beef become dry aged beef. Otherwise, the meat threatens to spoil. The DRY AGER meat maturing refrigerator allows you to control the conditions exactly.
The HumiControl® system can be controlled precisely from 60 % to 90 % by means of sensitive electronics. The integrated DX AirReg® system ensures a perfect ripening climate and a continuous sterilization in the unit, even in the case of major fluctuations in the ambient temperature.
The DRY AGER®, thanks to ingenious, state-of-the-art technology, does not have a water connection or a water container. This considerably reduces the number of germs in the appliance and makes handling even easier.
The stainless steel frame is easy to keep clean and provides a good visual adjustment in the kitchen / retail-area with an appealing design.
Tinted insulating glass doors (metal-vaporized) protect the meat against harmful UV light.
More information is available here:
Landig + Lava GmbH & Co. KG
D-88348 Bad Saulgau (Germany)
Tel. 0049 - 7581 - 489590