Two Stage Extraction saves time and removes more water, accommodating two batches at a time.
The two most important features in a batch washer’s extraction press are speed (to avoid delaying the washer) and effective moisture removal (to save time and fuel in the next finishing step). Here’s how Milnor’s press accomplishes both: Extraction is divided into two brief stages – pre-press and main press. In the first, a tamper removes most water quickly but gently. Water exits freely beneath the load, at the sides, and through the top of the tamper. The pre-press basket has large holes for fast initial water removal and lower final moisture retention.
A two-stage press accommodates two batches at once; each undergoes part of the job concurrently to save time.
Unlike other two-stage presses, Milnor‘s has a traveling basket. It holds the load together while transporting it from pre-press to the main press. This helps prevent faults that impede production. The machine’s two-speed drive gives fast turnaround and precise positioning. Its ability to avoid abrupt stops also helps prevent cake collapse.
Aqualogic have over time consistently provided competitive pricing, high quality product and dependable service. They understand our business, our guests and the demands the staff are under. Their laundry solutions have always placed our business first, which is critical for a busy 4 star resort in a regional location.
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