How It Works

Our laundry production process combines advanced technology with careful supervision at each step to ensure both high quality and high production levels.

Soil Sorting

  • Linen contained in soiled carts is sorted by classifications.

  • Proper sorting and classification allows the soiled linen to be matched to best formula for soil removal.

  • Proper sorting reduces textile damage and extends the life cycle for soiled linens.

  • All soiled carts are individually washed and sanitized using an EPA-registered sanitizer.

  • All trucks containing soiled carts are individually washed using an EPA-certified sanitizer.

Wash Process

  • Soiled linen is loaded into tunnel washer in batches.

  • Depending on the classification of linen the batch data in entered into the computer system for proper water temperature, chemicals and drying times.

  • Once extracted from the press, an automated conveyor system will guide batch of linen to its designated dryer.


  • Clean, dried linen is placed in staging area depending on the classification of linen.

  • Items that have been pre-conditioned by the dryer will proceed to flat work ironers
    for a wrinkle free finish.

  • Full dry items will be folded and stacked by small piece folders, blanket folders or fitted sheet folders.

  • As the linen is finished and stacked in bundles it is placed on a conveyor that delivers the linen to be assembled in carts.

  • Delivery carts are sanitized and lined with a new plastic cart liner before each job. The cart liner is folded over to prevent contamination while being transported.