Correct power source
When considering placement of your machines, you will also need to ensure access to power outlets. The room may require wiring by a professional electrician to accommodate multiple machines.
Industrial washing machines can emit fumes and need to be located in a well-aired room. Consider whether your intended space has ventilation or can be renovated to include proper air flow. Gas dryers will need good ventilation to meet Gas Code requirements.
Size & number of machines
Washing machines and dryers come in a variety of configurations. Consider whether you need a commercial or a larger, heavy duty industrial machine. Also think about how many you need and whether you have the facilities to accommodate all the equipment required.
Areas for sorting
Laundromats or laundry areas intended for use by customers may need to consider areas for sorting and folding. On premises laundries for facilities such as hospitals or hotels will require room to move and separate areas for finishing equipment.
Layout for easy access
It may seem obvious, but machines need to be laid out so they can be easily opened, closed and accessed. Consider whether you have front loader or commercial top loader washing machines or dryer. Panels and dials should be easy to read and access.
If you are also providing dryers, or accessories such as ironers, you will need to consider whether these will be located in the same area or an adjoining room.
Speak to Dependable Laundry Solutions about your new laundry and arrange a time for one of our service consultants to visit you on site. Call (08) 9470 6868 in WA or 1800 629 824 for our NT Area Sales Manager.