Ports or hoppers are openings in washing machines through which detergents can be poured.
A folding machine does not actually fold linen, but holds one end of the item so that staff can fold it more easily.
Laundry operations are usually designed with greater drying capacity than washing capacity.
Chemicals used in the wash cycle do not affect the performance of flatwork ironers or pressing machines at the finishing step of the laundry cycle.
Dryers break down more frequently than washers
It takes longer to dry laundry than to wash it
Dryers are less expensive than washers.
Dryers handle smaller loads than washers.
Ports or hoppers
Ports or dispensers
Repair reduction program
Deep cleaning program