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INDUSTRIAL WASHING MACHINES AND DRYERS
The dimensions of an industrial washing machine vary according to its capacity. For example, we have 11 kg industrial washing machines with a height of just over 1 m and much larger 120 kg industrial washing machines with a height of more than 2 m.
(LS washing machines, high-speed models by PRIMER)
Yes, with water recovery systems. Primer washing machines can be connected to SAVETANK water recovery tanks, which allow for savings of up to 70% of water and detergent every year.
The ET2 control system allows the user to set the program and adjust the amount of water and detergents to optimise the washing cycle and save on resources. Using less water in the washing process indirectly helps to consume less chemical product, as less is needed to achieve the proper concentration when soaking. What is more, less energy is needed to heat the water.
Water temperature is one of the key factors in the washing process. Each fabric and chemical product have an optimum working temperature, and we need to find the right balance in order to avoid serious problems such as shrinkage and deformation of the garment, colour bleeding, wear and tear, etc.
While industrial tumble dryers are very similar to domestic tumble dryers, the former have a larger capacity and, above all, are much more heavy-duty. Industrial tumble dryers feature higher quality components which allow them to work non-stop for up to 10 hours a day.
INDUSTRIAL FLATWORK IRONERS
The latter are designed to offer high output in small spaces. They can include a feeder and a folder.
- Working speed:
Speed is directly related to the time the garment is exposed to the pressure and temperature of the ironer. This is an important factor from a productivity point of view, as the faster the machine operates, the greater the output per hour.
Each fibre has an appropriate ironing temperature and, crucially, a temperature that we must not reach, as this can change the properties of the fibre and produce permanent deformations.
MACHINERY FOR SELF-SERVICE LAUNDRIES
We have extensive experience as a manufacturer of washing machines and dryers, and we offer a modular solution that is fully adaptable and customisable to the specific needs and daily workload of each type of business. With PRIMER BOX, we offer our customers a system of mobile modular units that come fully equipped and feature different configuration options for your state-of-the-art self-service laundry.