No need for panic in the laundry


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

Whatever else the new care standards may mean for their business, there is no need for owners to panic about their laundry rooms, says Tom Lowes at Armstrong Commercial Laundry Systems. “We can provide straightforward free consultancy on all aspects of the care home laundry which will include a detailed analysis of all requirements under the new Act. For example, where washers are not Type A Air Gap compliant, it may be possible to modify the machine to comply at minimum cost rather than condemning it and having to deal with a large and unnecessary capital expense.” Mr Lowes says Armstrong is one of the longest established and largest suppliers of laundry equipment in the UK market, with long experience of all types of healthcare installation. “The company believes that properly specified equipment is vital ­ and machines must be capable of coping easily with the work in hand while owners keep an eye to the future with regard to the ever increasing cost of water, electricity and gas,” he said. “The range o





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