Miele’s machines – an awesome level of sophistication and reliability

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

In the care sector, where hygiene considerations are high on the standards agenda, where margins are often tight and energy costs can be punishing, where new-build utility hubs are making increased use of smart energy management systems, Miele, with machines ranging from 5.5 to 32kgs in capacity must always be a strong contender when it comes equipping an on-site laundry. “Immer besser” – forever better – that’s the Miele motto, and during a recent trip to the company’s headquarters in Gütersloh, in north-west Germany, as a guest of Miele Professional, I was to witness the results of this aspiration to excellence first hand. Commercial appliances have been developed to an awesome level of sophistication and reliability and Miele enjoys an enviable reputation for quality in both domestic and commercial markets. Great strides have been made in recent years to maximise energy efficiency without compromising performance. To keep costs in check, Miele’s has introduced a data acquisition module for w

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