Front Load Washer Extractors
A wide selection of products for different needs.
Suitable for Hotels, Hospitals, Commercial Laundries, Restaurants,
Cleaners, Nursing Homes, Nurseries, Student Homes and many more.
Up to 205 Kg of dry weighed laundry load,
with a Ratio of 1:10 (1 Kg of laundry for every 10 liters of drum volume).
Machine housing frame made of high thickness steel, sandblasted and painted with epoxy paint.
Washing tank and drum, front plate and rear head, and all components in contact with water, made of INOX AISI 304 stainless steel.
4 suspensions with appropriately sized springs are fixed at the top, supporting the oscillating block (washing tank and drum) together with the front plate.
Drum dimensions: ∅ 1525 mm, depth 1120 mm.
Made entirely of INOX AISI 304 stainless steel.
Frontal division in three compartments, for a better distribution of the laundry load.
Each compartment has a hatch with a safety lock.
External bands in thick sheet metal with very dense holes equipped with lifting and shaking loops for linen, with reinforcement rings.
Internal surfaces in appropriately shaped and reinforced sheet metal, partially drilled for a better rinsing operation.
Positioning of the drum
Automatic outer door locking system and positioning of the drum.
The drum, with the external door closed, requires the pressing of a special button to automatically position it to load and unload the laundry.
Single Motor, 29 KW power, driven by an inverter.
Maximum Extraction Speed 620 rpm (G-Factor 327).
Capability of choosing the speed of the drum both during washing and during the extraction cycle.
Transmission with elastic, high efficiency V-belts.
Pneumatic regulated mechanic brake for emergency stop, with safety lock, in case of power or compressed air failure.
Front Load Washer Extractors
Convenient detergent container with two trays for powder detergents, completely in INOX AISI 316 stainless steel, and three trays in PVC for liquid additives.
The first stainless steel basin is equipped with a button that allows its manual operation at any time.
Scheduled entry of additives, hydraulic and electric pre-setting, with eight interface relays, for connection to a Detergents Dosing Distribution Box.
Up to eight products can be connected as standard.
Stainless steel float equipment for adjusting three different water levels, with visual control through a rectangular porthole on the two fronts of the machine.
Each level is independent and can be raised or lowered at the customer’s discretion.
With pneumatic valve ∅ 200 mm
(it is possible to provide an additional drain for water recovery, on request).
Schneider Electric Microprocessor (TeleMecanique)
Schneider Electric Color Tactile Display (Touch Screen) 5,7″
Memory capacity: 35 programs.
Possibility to read and, if necessary, correct already introduced programs.
Display of the performance of the washing cycle with indication of the phase in progress (soaking, pre-wash, washing or rinsing) and the operation in progress (water inlet, product entry, operating time, etc.)
Continuous display of the temperature in the tank and the time elapsed since the start of the cycle.
Display of date and time.
Possibility of interrupting a washing cycle (with possible opening of the external door) to restart from the same point, or by pressing two special keys, to advance or return to an operation already performed (the program progress and return keys can be blocked by entering a code).
Possibility of manually intervening on the automatic cycle.
Possibility to insert a Bell (ringtone) in the program or at the end of it.
Mixing hot and cold water at the desired temperature (without the aid of Steam or Diathermic Oil).
Independent temperature at each phase of the cycle.
Cool down (gradual cooling of the washing bath temperature) essential for washing synthetic fibers that would be ruined by a sudden temperature change.
The cooling of the washing bath temperature must, usually, take place at a rate of 3-4°C/minute.
Gradual raising of the washing bath temperature (used for special products, generally in dyeing cycles).
Automatism Check Control
The functions and performance of the Washer Extractor is controlled by Check Control, that in the event of an anomaly or simply an oversight (for example the failure to open the water inlet valve to provide water to the system) signals to the operator with an intermittent sound and a message that appears on the Touch Screen, displaying the relative cause stopping the cycle.
This is a considerable help to the maintenance service, as in addition to quickly addressing the problem, it also indicates the proper way to intervene.
Here is a short list of alarms displayed by the Check Control. More detailed information can be found on the operator’s manual.
Tilt – Unbalance
Motor Magnet Thermal Probe
Heating Water Absence
Water Presence in Distribution
Water Presence in Drainage
The Washer Extractors are built according to the safety regulations in force and to the European Machine Directive (CE MARK).
Due to the balance suspension system, there are minimum vibrations to the floor, so there is no need for special mounting.
The machines do not need particular or expensive concrete foundations.
They are simply set on a prepared base. See the relative drawing for more information.
|• Three-Phase Electric Power Supply:||400 Volt – 50/60 Hz.|
|Thermal circuit breaker or DIAZET delayed fuses of 100 A.|
|24 Volt transformer for the auxiliary system.|
|Different voltages and frequencies available on request.|
|• Water Inlet:||2 x 1 1/2″ electrovalves: Hot and Cold Water Inlet.|
|SIRAI diaphragm electrovalves.|
|Third Water Inlet available on request.|
|ASCO JOUCOMATIC pneumatic valves available on request.|
|• Steam Inlet:||1″ pneumatic valve, pressure 1 – 10 Bar, to heat the washing bath.|
|• Compressed Air Inlet:||1/4″ connection, pressure 7 – 8 Bar.|
Pneumatic group composed of ASCO JOUCOMATIC electrovalves with manual control and luminous connector to determine the state of excitation of the electrovalve, are contained in an easily accesible panel placed outside the frame.
There are also the programmed cool down of the washing bath and the mixed water, without additional connections.
|State of Clothes||Dry Clothes||Soaked Clothes||Wrung Clothes|
Exact consumption levels can only be calculated by knowing the exact washing cycle.
To allow the calculation of the necessary liters of water (Hot, Softened Cold or Hard water) see the chart above, which indicates the amount of water necessary, depending on the state of the laundry (Dry, Soaked or Wrung), to reach the chosen level (the calculations refer to the three levels set before delivery of the Washer Extractor).
Please note: if the Washer Extractor is equipped with an optional drain (available on request), it is possible to recover the rinsing water (usually the water is recovered after two rinses), which is stored in a tank (prepared by the customer) equipped with a suitable filter and be reused in the next washing cycle.
Direct Steam Consumption
The Direct Steam Consumption is about 150 kg for a standard cycle.
This consumption is, however, directly dependent on the temperatures of the washing cycle and the incoming hot water.
Electric Power Consumption
The Electric Power Consumption is about 11.5 KW/h for a standard washing cycle.
LuniWash LW 200 PLC Washer Extractor
|Model||LW 60||LW 100||LW 150||LW 200||LW 300|
|Capacity (kg), 1:10||61||105||150||205||300|
|Drum Diameter (mm)||1120||1250||1500||1525||1830|
|Drum Depth (mm)||620||870||870||1120||1120|
|Door Opening (dm²)||19||20||30||44|
|Motor Power (KW)||10||17||29||40|
|Max Washing Speed (rpm)||27||24||20||19|
|Max Extraction Speed (rpm)||780||700||620||545|
|Dual Water Inlet Ø||2 x 1″||2 x 1 1/2″||2 x 2″|
|Steam Inlet Ø||3/4″||1″||2 x 1″|
|Compressed Air Inlet Ø||1/4″|
|Net Weight (Kg)||2600||3200||4900||5200||8000|
|Standard Voltage||400 V, 3 Phase, 50/60 Hz|
• 3 Motor drive.
• Third Water Inlet.
• Additional drain, that allows the recovery of the rinse water.
The Washer Extractor can be equipped with an optional drain (available on request), that allows to recover the rinsing water (usually the water is recovered after two rinses), which is stored in a tank (prepared by the customer) equipped with a suitable filter and reused in the next washing cycle, resulting in important water savings.
• Indirect heating using Steam or Diathermic Oil.
• Litter counter.
• Printing of process data at real time and alarm texts with data and hour timestamps.
• Connection to the network through an Ethernet port.
• Voltage 220 V, 3 Phase, 50/60 Hz.