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Brilliant Laundry Logic

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We are experts in On Premises Laundry and recognise the importance of good working practices and laundry processes as part of a successful laundry solution. On invitation we review existing wash processes, and recommend improvements in conjunction with the use of our range of detergents, destainers and fabric softeners. Utilising the Brilliant range of liquid and powder detergents, OPL’s will dramatically improve results and reduce re-wash rates, thus reducing overall laundry costs.

Our liquid detergents are suitable for all sizes of washer extractor machines and are dosed using sophisticated electronic liquid dosing systems. Wash programme chemical dose rates are set for each site based on local conditions, wash types and machinery, and are devised following an extensive site survey and audit of laundry wash processes. We also provide training and advice on all aspects of good OPL practices, including the handling, collection and sorting of linen, loading and unloading of the washer extractor, loading and unloading of the dryer and finishing.

Our Guide to Good Laundry Practice wall chart acts as a useful reference tool and helps operatives avoid some common mistakes, whilst ensuring good health and safety practices are fully adopted and can be downloaded here. (Please use image to link to download of the new Laundry Chart by clicking the icon below)

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For more information regarding best practises in professional on-premises laundries we have produced a detailed series of articles on our blog which cover topics such as:

1. Understanding of the core laundry machinery capabilities and functions.

2. Explanation of the types of chemicals used and their functions within each stage of the wash process.

3. Overview of specific disinfection rules and procedures.

4. Automated chemical dosing systems and the importance of professional engineering services and preventative maintenance programmes.

5. Guide to correct linen flow cycle including sorting, manual handling and storage of dirty and washed fabrics and correct laundry safety practises.

6. Overview of key fabric categories and the importance of correct drying procedures and finishing practices.

7. How to reduce re-wash rates through proper sorting, correct formulas and effective stain treatment, and identifying the common problems associated with poor wash results

You can read this full series of articles and download our Professional Laundry E-books by clicking here