New generation from Electrolux

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

A comprehensive new range of washer extractors, Generation 3000 normal spin, has been announced by Electrolux Laundry Systems. The company says this equipment has been designed with the needs of the care sector in mind, enabling Electrolux to provide a tailored solution to every laundry problem. There are seven basic models from 7.5kg upwards. Control options include semi-programmable and fully programmable as well as classic electro-mechanical controls. Automatic detergent dosing and a process reporting system are further options which increase the flexibility of the new range. There is a complementary range of hydro extractors, rotary ironers and tumble dryers. Electrolux says that, like the range of Generation 3000 high spin machines, the new range has been created to minimise lifetime costs. Water and energy consumption are said to be considerably reduced and the equipment has been designed to minimise maintenance costs. “Generation 3000 is ergonomically designed with simple controls, wide opening doors a

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