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Can Industrial Washing Machines Be Effective and Eco-Friendly?

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A high-quality clean is the bread and butter of industrial laundry businesses. While things like turnaround time, pick-up and delivery, and customer service certainly impact a customer's overall perception of a launderer, it's the effectiveness and caliber of their cleaning that really sets a business apart.  Read More

Topics: Industrial Laundry

The Evolution of the Industrial Washing Machine

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Industrial washing machines, and the commercial laundry business in general, have come a very long way. The machines of today offer superior cleaning capability combined with the most efficient processes ever. So how did we get here, and what can we look forward to seeing as laundry technology continues to advance?  Read More

Topics: Industrial Laundry

How Industrial Laundry Operations Can Weather Drought

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As Southern California continues to struggle with extreme drought conditions, businesses that traditionally consume large amounts of water—like industrial laundry operations—have been forced to find ways to conserve. However, the problem isn't simply confined to that one corner of the globe.   Read More

Topics: Industrial Laundry, Drought

Using Technology to Attract New Industrial Laundry Customers

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The advancements we're seeing in industrial laundry technology are wonderful for a number of obvious reasons: the cost savings, the increases in efficiency, the level of sustainability, etc. But there's another advantage to upgrading your industrial laundry machines that may not be as obvious—and that's the ability to use that technology to attract new customers.  Read More

Topics: Industrial Laundry

What You Should Know About Industrial Washing Machines in 2016

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We may not yet have robots that can simply do the laundry for us (although we're getting awfully close), but in recent years there have been some truly amazing innovations in technology for commercial and industrial laundry machines —particularly when it comes to water and energy efficiency.   Read More

Topics: Industrial Laundry

Keep your Rental Linens in Tip-Top Shape with Xeros

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Whether you are cleaning napkins and tablecloths or sheets and towels, rental linens can take a beating. Keep your rental linens in tip-top shape with Xeros Polymer Bead laundry systems.  Read More

Topics: Industrial Laundry, UK, Rental Linens

3 Ways Industrial Laundry Loads are Costing You & the Environment

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Running a commercial laundry operation isn’t cheap. Between the investments that have to be made in specialized industrial washer-extractors, dryers, labor, utilities, and facility space, the cost of setting up a commercial-grade laundry operation can quickly become extraordinarily high.  Read More

Topics: Commercial Laundry, Industrial Laundry, Sustainability, Energy Efficiency, Laundry Costs

Controlling Laundry Operational Costs in Hotels, Drycleaners, and Industrial Laundries

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For any business, controlling costs is an important issue. Being able to regulate spending to create steady, predictable expenses helps business owners establish their total cost of doing business and makes financial planning easier. However, regulating costs can be particularly difficult for commercial laundry operations, especially for variables such as detergent and other consumables. The amount of capital you spend on consumables is usually difficult to predict, as the amount of chemical you use changes depending on the soil level of the items you wash and the number of loads of laundry you process in a month.  Read More

Topics: Commercial Laundry, Dry Cleaning Industry, Hospitality Industry, Industrial Laundry, Hotel Laundry Costs

Why Xeros Polymer Bead Technology is Perfect for Industrial Launderers

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Xeros’ bead-based commercial laundry machines represent the single largest leap forward for the laundry industry in six decades. This revolutionary new technology does something that no other laundry system has ever done by replacing water as the primary medium by which stains are removed from fabrics in the wash. The Xeros system is set to change the way that the entire world processes their laundry, which is an accomplishment that our R&D team is very proud of. The question for industrial laundry businesses, however, is “why?” Why should your own laundry operation make the change from traditional soap and water based commercial laundry machines to the Xeros polymer bead technology? Simply put, the Xeros system is ideal for any laundry-intensive business, especially professional industrial laundry services that provide clean linens to other businesses.  Read More

Topics: Polymer Beads, Industrial Laundry