Module Drying Premia

High-end in both space efficiency and technology.

An efficient system with warm air drying.


The sophisticated rack concept and the new level angle make the best use of available space. Individually programmable shelves allow an energy-efficient operation. The optimized air flow system ensures consistent drying. The air is optionally cleaned – for a good, pleasant indoor climate.


The unit is easily operated by an analog timer clock or by a programmable control unit. The angled levels can be optionally equipped with nozzles for drying helmets.


The Flex Module Drying Premia can be combined with many other modules of the Easystore Flex storage systems.



  • Nozzles for drying helmets
  • Ionization for fresh ambient air


Some possible combinations:

  • Shelves for storing boots and helmets
  • Module Universal Hanging for skis or poles
  • Module Ski Straight or Module Ski 20° with Easyclip
  • Module Snowboard Vertical



We're happy to help!

WINTERSTEIGER's experienced sales staff can help tailor an individual solution to fit your needs!

  • Sophisticated rack concept for the best use of space
  • Efficient use of energy through individually programmable shelves

The criteria for choosing the system lengths and heights? To make best use of the available room height and, accordingly, the optimal space requirements. The Easystore Flex storage systems are compatible with the previous WINTERSTEIGER system lengths.

System lengths:

50 cm* (20")
100 cm* (40")
150 cm (59")
170 cm (67")
200 cm (79")
250 cm (98")
300 cm (118")

System heights**:

150 cm (59")
200 cm (79")
240 cm (95")
270 cm* (106")


* Limited selection of modules
** Special heights on request

Model with robust, easy-running rail wheels.

Standard rack-on-rail system or rails with trip guard for safe working.

Model with various castor wheels in different sizes.

Model for wall mounting: the modules can be mounted either directly to the wall or together with the rack's vertical supports.

Model for wall mounting: The modules can be mounted either directly to the wall or together with the rack's vertical supports.

Model with feet.

The specific shape of the shelves for boots and helmets carries the water away from each level to floor.

The optional water pans - which can be additionally equipped with shock - absorbing and sound-resistand rubber mats - collect the water.

WINTERSTEIGER supports you from the planning phase all the way to implementation of your perfect rental and depot facility. An optimal organization - from the arrival of the customer to the issuing of the sports equipment - provides faster turnaround times and makes the work easier.

2D Planning

3D Planning




Ionization of the air is an ENVIRONMENTAL FRIENDLY technology to clean the air without adding any chemicals.


How does it work?


An ionizer is an electronic tool that produces negatively loaded electrons which are also called ions.

The air inside each drying shelf or level gets recharged with ions. Due to the optimized air-flow these ions are transported through the tubes or ventilation slots of the shelves directly into the boots. The ions especially adhere to germs and bacteria and thus contamination e.g. by mildew can effectively be prevented => optimal elimination of germs and bacteria.

The air gets filtered and harmful gases (malodorous substances) will be destroyed. The result is a very good indoor air quality.


Ions are also called “vitamins of the air”.




Other fields of usage:


Industry uses ionization to eliminate micro-organisms. Food industry also uses ionized air, e. g. to clean bottles.



  • Effective sanitation and deodorization of stored products using new concept of air-flow and ionization for each individual drying shelf or level
  • The sustainable solution for deodorization, environmental friendly – no chemical substances!
  • No expendable materials
  • Easy maintenance and cleaning (especially compared to drying systems using liquid deodorization)
  • Low maintenance costs
  • EU regulations inhibit chemical solutions => possible future prohibition of various disinfectant liquids