Buying an industrial washer is much different than buying a traditional residential model. Whereas a residential model will be in operation a few times per week, an industrial model in a retail laundromat could easily be running 10 to 12 hours daily. In larger operations that involve hotel services or other hospitality environments, washers could be running around the clock. Simply put, industrial washers have to be able to survive the wear and tear that continuous friction and heat put upon belts, bearings, and motors.
In terms of buying the best commercial-grade washer, you need to look at the features that determine how many loads a washer can do per year.…Continue reading