Maxi-Press strengthens service and product offerings for laundries

Maxi-Press is expanding its installation and repair service to all laundry sectors.

At the beginning of 2021, the specialist for laundry spares supplier enlarged its portfolio with the world first Anti-Bact, the first antibacterial water extraction membrane.

Maxi-Press now operates throughout Germany with several service teams. In addition, industrial laundry customers in other European countries can take advantage of the installation and repair service.

The focus of the service offer is on all work around the ironer operation and the installation of the Maxi-Press membranes for water extraction presses of all common manufacturers. In addition, the Maxi-Press service teams support customers with mechanical problems of all kinds, eg in the area of batch washers, dryers and ironers, especially on machines and equipment from Jensen, Kannegiesser, Lavatec, Girbau and Transferon.

Maxi-Press also offer services including all mechanical repair work of an industrial laundry, electrical work on plants, removals or assembly and disassembly of complete plants, maintenance of machines and holiday cover for in-house technicians.

Since the beginning of the year, Maxi-Press has been offering its customers proven added value with the unique Anti-Bact antibacterial drainage membrane. The Hohenstein Institute has confirmed the antibacterial effectiveness of the Anti-Bact membrane with its test seal. Laundries that offer textile services, eg with the RAL quality mark for hospitals and care facilities, use the Anti-Bact membrane in particular.

The new membrane enables laundry to be processed more hygienically in all standard water extraction presses as it prevents the formation of germs on the membrane surface. As a result, no germs or organic deposits are transferred from the membrane to the laundry during the entire pressing process.

Anti-Bact from Maxi-Press is an antibacterial membrane for all common water extraction presses

Maxi-Press is expanding its installation and repair service to all laundry sectors.

At the beginning of 2021, the specialist for laundry spares supplier enlarged its portfolio with the world first Anti-Bact, the first antibacterial water extraction membrane.

Maxi-Press now operates throughout Germany with several service teams. In addition, industrial laundry customers in other European countries can take advantage of the installation and repair service.

The focus of the service offer is on all work around the ironer operation and the installation of the Maxi-Press membranes for water extraction presses of all common manufacturers. In addition, the Maxi-Press service teams support customers with mechanical problems of all kinds, eg in the area of batch washers, dryers and ironers, especially on machines and equipment from Jensen, Kannegiesser, Lavatec, Girbau and Transferon.

Maxi-Press also offer services including all mechanical repair work of an industrial laundry, electrical work on plants, removals or assembly and disassembly of complete plants, maintenance of machines and holiday cover for in-house technicians.

Since the beginning of the year, Maxi-Press has been offering its customers proven added value with the unique Anti-Bact antibacterial drainage membrane. The Hohenstein Institute has confirmed the antibacterial effectiveness of the Anti-Bact membrane with its test seal. Laundries that offer textile services, eg with the RAL quality mark for hospitals and care facilities, use the Anti-Bact membrane in particular.

The new membrane enables laundry to be processed more hygienically in all standard water extraction presses as it prevents the formation of germs on the membrane surface. As a result, no germs or organic deposits are transferred from the membrane to the laundry during the entire pressing process.

Anti-Bact from Maxi-Press is an antibacterial membrane for all common water extraction presses

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