Lapauw has updated its range of steam ironers with the proven IronMAX concept. Identical to the gas heated ironers, the steam version is designed with ease of maintenance and maximal accessibility in mind, assuring significant reductions in the total cost of ownership.
The IronMAX Steam retains the hinged, 2-part thick chest design that has become signature of the Lapauw steam ironer. It is now available in as 2-roll and 3-roll with 1,200mm roll diameter and will be expanded to other sizes and models also.
Like with the gas variant, the chest and bridge respectively have 8 and 4 independent steam channels and adheres the parallel flow principle. This assures fast filling times and maximises the total steam volume without violating the limits set by the steam directives. The steam circuit is also designed in such way that the condensate return is evacuated efficiently.
Together with the enlarged bridge and individual springs, this ensures the IronMAX steam ironer offers maximal productivity and efficiency.
The IronMAX Steam will also have standard PLC control with touch screen, to create different ironing programs. The option set features a modular steam valve that allows the laundry to reduce the steam consumption even further.