Laundry equipment will meet National Minimum Standards

Posted on July 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

Electrolux Laundry Systems says all its commercial laundry equipment sold to care and nursing homes is designed to meet and exceed all current standards including the Department of Health National Minimum Standards. These standards include, under Standard 26, the requirement for foul laundry to be washed at appropriate temperatures (minimurn 65ºC for not less than 10 minutes) to thoroughly clean linen and control the risk of infection, and that the machines have specified programming ability to meet disinfection standards. There is also a requirement to comply with the Water Supply (Water Fittings) Regulations 1999. “Electrolux Laundry Systems can offer an extensive range of commercial washer extractors for this market that comply fully with all these regulations,” says the company. “In addition, Electrolux offers a range of barrier washer extractors specifically designed for the hospital and care home market which meet all current and pending European standards. “In some countries full barrier washing is al

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