Commercial Stacked Laundry
You'll be able to meet your high volume industrial washing and drying needs with commercial stackable laundry. From laundromats to restaurants, these laundry units are equipped with state-of-the-art technologies and designed to withstand years of robust usage.
Their stackable configurations maximize use of space. All have a relatively slim 27" width that makes it possible to place multiple stacked units side-by-side for increased productivity. These front load cleaning machines will suit your ergonomic needs with a few models featuring reversible side swing doors and easy-to-use digital and/or touchpad controls. Some can simply get a cycle started being coin operated and card ready for places that require a payment system.
Commercial stackable dryers are a great addition to commercial washers. They'll provide double the drying capacity in less time, making them ideal for hotels that need fresh towels in a snap. For an easy transition from start to finish, look no further than commercial stackable washers and dryers. These duos provide the convenience of tossing in dirty linens from one unit and loading wet garments to the next, with ease.
These laundry systems are available in gas and electric fuel types to match corresponding voltage connections. Most electric units require a 240 volt outlet, while gas models run on a 120 volt outlet to deliver optimal performance. Even with all their durable and powerful capabilities, some commercial stackable units go beyond expected standards of excellence by being environmentally friendly with an Energy Star rating.
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