plant stays hot throughout the entire year. I have ventilation fans, swamp
coolers, and all of my pipes are covered with insulation, but the heat is still
high. Financially, I’m not able to put in an air conditioning system. Is there
anything else I can try?
knows that insulating their pipes will reduce heat in the plant but you may
want to try insulating your presses as well. Several product lines of insulating covers
for both drycleaning and laundry presses are available from many suppliers. In most cases the insulating covers
will go over both the head of the press and also the bottom of the press.
Covering these exposed surfaces will greatly reduce the amount of heat
radiating from your presses, making your plant more comfortable. Insulating
your equipment will also reduce energy costs as well as create a safer working
DLI Silver, Gold, and Premier members may
access more information on this topic in the following bulletins
available in DLI's Encyclopedia of Drycleaning Online:
- Special Reporter: Piping for Profit
- Technical Operating Information (TOI) No. 709: Eight Simple Energy Savers