Sports Laundry Equipment
Sports Laundry Systems team high-speed washers with high-performance dryers and ozone injection for unrivaled results. Unique in the athletic industry, Sports Laundry Systems deliver disinfection combined with performance, productivity, efficiency and quality results.
Disinfects & Energy Efficient
Not only do Sports Laundry Systems eliminate 99 percent of all superbugs, including MRSA, hepatitis and HIV, the Systems boast unrivaled efficiency — cutting water usage by up to 50 percent and hot water usage by 30 percent, when compared with most other laundry solutions.
Productivity & Quality
Keep pace with incoming laundry and ensure game-day uniforms are bright and clean! Sports Laundry Systems are highly programmable to properly clean anything from warm-ups and jerseys, to socks and uniforms — without damage to fabrics.
Simple to Install
The Systems are simple to install thanks to freestanding designs that eliminate the need for bolts and reinforced concrete foundations. This makes it simple and less expensive to install the Systems in unconventional locations and tight spaces.
Equipped with green-engrained features that conserve water, energy and natural gas, Sports Laundry Systems offer advanced technologies and deliver superior wash quality using considerably less water, and virtually no hot water.
Sports Laundry Systems work best using cold water, which means considerably less natural gas and energy is used to heat water — cutting natural gas costs. The Systems also shorten dry-time by up to 50 percent when compared to other laundry solutions, which dramatically bolsters productivity. That way, athletic facilities finish considerably more laundry in less time, using less labor. Sports Laundry Systems can also be combined with water reclamation for additional savings. How much water does a Sports Laundry System save? Around 50 percent when compared with most other laundry solutions! The System also cuts hot water usage by at up to 85 percent! No wonder Sports Laundry Systems qualify for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) credits, which can contribute to LEED certification.