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LINEN CART DISINFECTION SYSTEM
QUATERNARY CHEMICAL CART DISINFECTION CHAMBER
Quaternary ammonium compounds, or Quats, are widely recognized and utilized as effective disinfectants. With their long-standing reputation in the industry, Quats have proven to be reliable in killing bacteria. While they also exhibit some effectiveness against fungi and viruses, it is important to follow the recommended dwell times (often extended) specified by the manufacturers to ensure their optimal disinfecting properties. Quats must be purchased separately and added to the disinfection system. Overall, Quats serve as a trusted choice for disinfection, providing a powerful solution for maintaining clean and sanitized environments.
Automated Laundry Cart Disinfection System
- Designed to Disinfect ALL Popular Laundry Carts
- Low Maintenance & Long Life
- User Adjustable Controls
- Less than 1 Gallon Water Used Per Cart (Disinfect Cycle)
- Pit or Built-in Sump Installation
- Stainless-Steel Insulated Dual Wall Construction
- UL Listed Controls and Components
- Additional Pre-Wash Cycle Option
- Touchscreen Operation & Diagnostics
- Automatic Cart Ejection Option
- Dry Assist Finish Option
- Capable of Disinfecting Up To 30 Carts per Hour
DIMENSIONS & UTILITY REQUIREMENTS
- Water 1/2″ NPT, 10 GPM @ 35 PSI
- Compressed Air 1/2″ NPT, 1 CFM @ 80 PSI
- Electrical 480/60/3 = 20 FLA, 240/60/3 = 40 FLA
Energenics provides innovative products to solve the toughest problems in the commercial laundry industry. Whether you’re struggling with lint and dust, need to resolve air flow issues, or want the most cutting-edge technology to battle bacteria, we have a solution for you. Perfect for the healthcare and hospitality industries, but customizable for all industries.
Call Energenics today to learn more about our Quaternary Cart Disinfection Chambers.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Check the E-stop in the wash chamber for a short, verify the door sensors are activating (LED lights located at sensor locations) and then make sure the electric eye in the mechanical room (if equipped) senses the cart.
If either door takes longer than 5 seconds to close/open, the logic thinks the door has jammed. Check the wheel travel and lubricate or adjust air pressure to allow for faster travel. Inspect the cylinder for a damaged shaft. Make sure the door is shutting all the way, and that the door sensor LEDs are lit.
Make sure the door sensors LEDs light up. Verify at the panel that the input on the PLC for the soiled door closed sensor is illuminated.
Check that the wheel stop pin has cleared the floor track and ensure that the wheel guides have not become loose from the floor.