News & Tips

The Flatwork Ironer Guide

Tuesday, October 4, 2011

When the book is completed and we understand that an ironer irons and is not a mangle to 'mangle clothes', we hope to leave you with the knowledge that "True Quality and True Economy are One and the Same Thing", they cannot be separated.

You Can Judge By The Cover

Monday, October 3, 2011

When it comes to padding flatwork ironers, you get what you pay for. When you buy for price you are sacrificing value and longevity. Add to this the time and labour it takes to install the padding, and pinching pennies doesn't make sense.

Asking the right questions

Sunday, October 2, 2011

Correctly chosen and fitted cloting, in good condition and run on well-maintained equipment is essential to the laundry finishing operation.

Rolling along smoothly

Friday, September 30, 2011

In theory, all finishing sections work towards the goal of producing high quality work, with high throughput. In practice, compromises may be made according to the laundry's priorities. However, in all cases the ironer must be correctly and appropriately clothed, and laundries should be aware of the options offered by specialist suppliers.

Troubleshooting Guide and Lacing Tips for Clipper Splices

Thursday, September 29, 2011

The Clipper Wire Hook system is a very reliable splicing system. There are instances though, when the splice is not performing to your expectations. Below is a list of problems that might occur and some typical solutions, listed in order of probable occurance.

Felt - Critical is Quality

Wednesday, September 28, 2011

There is 'padding' and then there is 'padding'. in the motor industry there are top-of-the-range premium vehicles, designed for improved comfort and better performance; there are the mid-range vehicles for good performance at a cheaper price, and then there are the bottom-of-the-range vehicles available at a budget price with few of the performance and comfort features of the higher-priced ones.

The Flatwork Rolling Problem

Tuesday, September 27, 2011

There probably is no problem in laundry production that has been more perplexing to more people than the problem of flatwork ironer rolling. Mounting costs of labour and equipment have made it increasingly necessary to obtain greater output from equipment.