‘Soft start’ motors for efficiency and economy


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

The Viking GW16 and GW26 high-spin commercial washer-extractors from Anglowest are now available using single phase electricity. Ideal for smaller establishments where three phase electricity may not he available, the machines incorporate “soft start” motors which are up to 40% less stressed than normal motors. This increases reliability, reduces costs and promotes machine life. Energy costs are also lowered as the amount of power used directly relates to the size of the load. The Viking GW16 and GW26 offer the highly versatile Standard Microprocessor (SM) control function with eight personalised programme selections for each of the following activities: commercial laundries, hotels/apartments, institutions, restaurants, sports facilities, industries, shirt laundries and healthcare. All machines in the Viking range conform to the HSG (95)18 guidelines for sterile wash and sluice facility. For the more demanding user Anglowest offers the electronic Programmable Microprocessor (PM) control function with 79 prog





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