More from the Clean Show Floor

Paul Partyka |

LAS VEGAS — The Clean Show has been going strong for three days, and attendees continue flocking to the booths in order to get a close look at all the newest coin laundry equipment and products.SOMETHING FOR EVERYONEIn addition to meeting the Maytag Repairman, Clean Show attendees were able to get a close look at Maytag’s newest equipment.The company is adding to its multi-load dryer lineup, and has designed a line of multi-load, soft-mount coin washers. More specifically, Maytag offers a 45-pound stack dryer, allowing owners to increase their capacity by 50% per square foot compared to a 30-pound, multi-load dryer. Maytag has also added a multi-load 75-pound dryer to its Energy Advantage line. Design innovations help reduce drying time, the company says.Multi-load soft-mount washers are available in 18-, 25- and 35-pound models. The washers are easy to install and operate and feature high-speed extraction (up to 350-G), the company adds.Top loaders are also in the limelight. Whirlpool has a new top loader that meets 2007 Department of Energy Standards with new features that increase energy efficiency. Maytag’s new commercial Energy Advantage high-efficiency top loader has exceeded 2007 Department of Energy Standards, the company reports.ASSISTING WITH EXTRA SERVICESR&B Wire Products has introduced several new products and accessories to make life a bit easier for operators.The fluff-and-fold business is booming and R&B Wire Products is offering E&F cart dividers to help attendants with single-cart sorting options.With this in mind, a large capacity 200F cart is a must for your store, the company says.Since the attendants will be handling laundry, safety should be taken into consideration. Gloves should be worn.To assist in this area, R&B has introduced a line of glove box dispensers, making the storage of gloves convenient — single, double and triple dispensers are available and mount virtually anywhere that you need them, the company adds.Make your fluff-and-fold service the most professional operation around. 

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Paul Partyka

American Coin-Op

Paul Partyka was editor of American Coin-Op from 1997 through May 2011.


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