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Laundry

Laundry

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Published by Islam El-saied

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Published by: Islam El-saied on Oct 25, 2011
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LAUNDRY
In any residential establishment, a lot of dirty linen accumulates in the various unitsand departments. It is essential to ensure a continuous supply of linen, which is welllaundered, so that operations can be carried out smoothly and efficiently.
 
Linen is an expensive item, so how it will be laundered requires serious consideration.People involved in handling linen should have some knowledge of the process.Moreover, the Housekeeper and Linenkeeper should have a good rapport with theLaundry Manager.Although it is essential that good quality linen be purchased, the life of the linendepends on the care of linen in use and the treatment it gets at the laundry.A good laundry facility ensures the following:- careful handling of linen articles while laundering.- correct processing and use of a suitable laundry agent.- while materials are kept white, excessive bleach is not used.- proper counting and records maintained to avoid shortages of linen.- speedy operations to meet with operational requirements.- sound policies regarding damages or loss.A commercial or off-premises laundry refers to laundering activities performedoutside the establishment i.e. given on a contract basis to specialists in the field. In arare circumstance, the laundry is contracted and on-premises. An on-site or on- premises laundry, however, refers to laundering activities carried on within theestablishment by staff employed by the hotel.
ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF AN ON-PREMISES LAUNDRYAdvantages
 
Time taken for laundering is reduced because transportation is eliminated.
 
Linen is readily available especially in the case of emergency requirements.
 
Control over the wash process and the laundry agents used making the wear andtear on linen comparatively much lesser.
 
Pilferage is reduced.
 
The ‘par’ stock required is reduced.
 
Revenue is earned from guest laundry.
Disadvantages
 
Cost of equipment and its maintenance is fairly high.
 
Related expenses like printing of forms, employee taxes, water taxes, energy costsand insurance are high.
 
More staff who are technically qualified and adequate space is required.
 
Must be justified by an adequate amount of linen.
 
 
PRINCIPLES OF LAUNDERING
1.
 
Removal of dirt and stains from the linen articles2.
 
Restoring linen articles to their original appearance as far as possible.
FLOW PROCESS CHART FOR INDUSTRIAL LAUNDERING 
COLLECTION & TRANSPORTATIONARRIVALMARKINGSORTING & COUNTINGWEIGHINGLOADINGWASHING & RINSINGHYDRO-EXTRACTIONSTARCHINGUNLOADINGIRONING/PRESSINGTUMBLE DRYINGFOLDINGAIRINGTEMPORARY STORAGETRANSFER & USE

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