Removes high volume items from the soil belt and delivers directly to the wash slings, reducing labor costs.
When two or more items make up 50% (or more) of the soiled linen volume, it is more efficient for these items to be taken off the soil sorting conveyor belt and to be dumped directly into a sling.
Valuable plant floor space is saved and typically the need for one or two belt-sorting operators is eliminated.
The soiled goods conveyor belt does not stop as frequently, thus increasing production.
Typically a third tube is added to each counting workstation table. The tubes from each table can feed any number of bins each dedicated to a wash classification.
The system is based upon the “dry weight” concept for efficiently loading the wash wheel.
- For all types of soiled items
- Reduces congestion on the soil belt
- Saves labor
- More accurate wash loads based on clean, dry weight
- Variable, vacuum based system reduces motor horsepower requirements by one-third and effectively controls lint and debris
- Buffer bin design eliminates dump delay for operator
- Classifier bins can be located anywhere in the plant
- PLC based bin controls
- All stainless steel construction