Little Giants save on space

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

Miele says its popular Little Giants range of laundry equipment has established the benchmark for small commercial machines. In April 2001 Miele introduced a revised model line-up which the company says has improved technical specification to provide significant user benefits. “All washing machine models are now fitted with a new design soap drawer to facilitate building under or stacking if space is limited,” says Miele. “Incorporated into this is a Type A air gap to provide the highest level of mains water protection from contamination due to backflow, even in high risk category 5. “All mains connected machines have to meet this legal requirement in accordance with the Water Supply (Water Fittings) Regulations 1999, but with Miele¹s new Little Giants, installation is now a simple no fuss no risk job ­ even in hospitals and nursing homes.” The new WS 5427 6kg capacity range of washing machines are fitted with no carbon brushes and are said to be maintenance free. Miele says the benefit of frequency modulat

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