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IWM washes the whole bin

05 January 2011

The design of the new EC20-30 single-stage cabinet-type bin washer from Industrial Washing Machines ensures the whole bin – including wheels – is washed, making it easy for users to maintain hygiene and cleanliness standards

 IWM’s new washer, which is the latest addition to the EC20 range, offers exceptional versatility. It is compatible with Eurobins as well as Vemag skips and buggies, and it accommodates both 200 litre and 300 litre bins without the need for any operator adjustments. The machine is also suitable for use with the 400lb and 600lb dump buggies that are widely used in the USA.

To deliver its comprehensive cleaning performance, the EC20-30 fully inverts the bin and washes the inside with a high velocity rotating spray manifold, while the outside is washed simultaneously with a full surround jetting system. The powerful 15 kW pump fitted to the machine ensures that all of the washing actions are both vigorous and thorough.

The new machines are equipped with a flexible control system that provides a high level of automation and allows the wash cycle to be optimally matched to the user’s requirements. Running costs and environmental impact are minimised by re-circulating the wash water from a heated tank via an efficient rotary filtration system that reduces the need for water changes.

As standard, the machines are configured for a cold rinse, using a solenoid-controlled supply of fresh water from the mains. Options for hot and/or chemically assisted rinsing are, however, available.

EC20-30 bin washers are constructed from stainless steel throughout to ensure long life, and they feature a robust streamlined design that is not only hygienic, but also allows easy access to all areas for cleaning and maintenance. The machines are manufactured entirely in the UK and are available on short deliveries. Based on proven technology, they are competitively priced and are backed by IWM’s renowned maintenance and support services.


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