ARMH create laundry solution to social distancing

Lancashire-based ARMH Ltd has created an innovative and simple solution to overcoming social distancing in a move to help get laundries back to business as soon as possible.

Standing at the front of an ironer is probably the most operator concentrated area and the biggest problem for social distancing to overcome in a laundry.

They have designed and made a mobile segregation screen from mild steel powder coated in bright yellow with polycarbonate clear windows.

The unit comes flat pack and can be built in minutes with just an allen key. It’s a modular and flexible solution to accommodate one, two, three or more operators, and is simply wheeled into position and the user clicks the brakes to secure in place.

Managing director Andy Robinson said: “We have always done our best to innovate ideas which will make life and processes easier and safer.

“Recently we have been looking at how best to help our great commercial laundries get back to work once the linen is there for processing.

“It’s imperative that people can get back to work as soon as and as safely as possible.”

The prototype was trialled at Impressed Laundry in Manchester where managing director, Geoff Browne found it to be an excellent barrier between operators.

Lancashire-based ARMH Ltd has created an innovative and simple solution to overcoming social distancing in a move to help get laundries back to business as soon as possible.

Standing at the front of an ironer is probably the most operator concentrated area and the biggest problem for social distancing to overcome in a laundry.

They have designed and made a mobile segregation screen from mild steel powder coated in bright yellow with polycarbonate clear windows.

The unit comes flat pack and can be built in minutes with just an allen key. It’s a modular and flexible solution to accommodate one, two, three or more operators, and is simply wheeled into position and the user clicks the brakes to secure in place.

Managing director Andy Robinson said: “We have always done our best to innovate ideas which will make life and processes easier and safer.

“Recently we have been looking at how best to help our great commercial laundries get back to work once the linen is there for processing.

“It’s imperative that people can get back to work as soon as and as safely as possible.”

The prototype was trialled at Impressed Laundry in Manchester where managing director, Geoff Browne found it to be an excellent barrier between operators.

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