Dry-cleaners And The Sistem Lagoon Of Electrolux

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Dry-cleaners and Sistem Lagoon of Electrolux Lagoon clothing treatment process is performed using two machines: industrial washing machine and a dryer. These devices consume electricity and water, and emit washing wastewater containing dirt from the clothes and the remains of detergents. The machine that consumes more energy is dryer and gas or electric heating can be installed. In order to be able to compare processes more similar possible is selected the electric version. To treat 14 kilos of clothing it is necessary to perform two cycles since even if the machine is that capacity, for the treatment of delicate machine load is 50% to prevent the mechanical effect due to the friction between garments. Consumption supplied by the manufacturer is 108 liters of water per cycle, which gives us a total of 216 liters. This water is poured directly to the sewer system and contains the remains of biodegradables(pueden cosnsultarse las fichas de seguridad de los detregentes en) detergents and dirt from the clothes. The quantity and quality of the discharge is similar to the household but slightly less washing, industrial equipments have superior performance.

Delicate washing processes are temperature low (maximum 35c) so the power consumption is low, on the order of 0.5 kwh per cycle (temperature of 15 C mains water). In drying, if the machine heating is electric, only consumes energy of this type. In the Lagoon process, in contrast to the dry cleaning industry, the aim of the dryer isn’t so much dry clothing as abatanar to fluff it. After washing clothes is a tendency for a few hours so you lose most of the moisture and past this time enters the dryer. Dryers are equipped with an electronic humidity control system.

The clothing is not removed completely dry but with the natural humidity of the fiber. In the dryer, being practically dry clothing, the weight is less and there is no limitation of the mechanical effect by friction, so that the loads are complete. The manufacturer only provides data for laundry drying from 50% humidity up to 0%, which is 7.7 kWh for a machine of 14 kilos. In the Lagoon system consumption will be much lower for two reasons, firstly input humidity is below 50%, since clothes tends several hours and secondly, clothes not can dry up to 0% because you encogeria. If make an extrapolation based on the processes of drying times, 27 minutes until 0% of humidity and 10 minutes maximum in a Lagoon process. The power consumption of the drying would be 3 kWh. Information like this should be taken into account when choosing a franchise of laundry source: press release sent by electrolux.

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