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How a Dry Cleaning Machine Works: An Insight from UNISEC


Jul 11, 2024

UNISEC's Advantages in the Market

At UNISEC, we pride ourselves on providing top-notch dry cleaning machines designed to meet and exceed industry standards. Here’s an overview of how our machines operate, both with and without distillation, along with insights into our perchloroethylene and multi-solvent machines.

Dry cleaning machines with distillation work through several phases. During the cleaning phase, garments are placed in the drum of the dry cleaning machine and a solvent, such as perchloroethylene, is pumped into the drum. The machine gently agitates the clothes to remove dirt and stains. After this, the solvent is extracted from the clothes and pumped into the distillation unit. Here, the solvent is heated to vaporize impurities and contaminants. The vaporized solvent is then cooled and condensed back into liquid form, which is stored in a tank for reuse in future cycles. Finally, the garments are dried using warm air to remove any remaining solvent, with the solvent vapors being captured and condensed back into liquid for reuse.

In contrast, dry cleaning machines without distillation also begin with the cleaning phase where garments are cleaned using a solvent and the machine gently agitates the clothes to remove dirt and stains. After the solvent is extracted from the garments, it is passed through a filtration system to remove impurities instead of being distilled. The garments are then dried using warm air, with solvent vapors being captured and condensed back into liquid for reuse.

Perchloroethylene (PERC) machines series JUNIOR-M are particularly effective in the dry cleaning industry due to their ability to remove tough stains and their quick-drying properties. UNISEC's PERC machines are designed for maximum efficiency, reducing solvent consumption and operating costs. They feature advanced filtration and distillation systems to ensure the solvent is reused multiple times, minimizing waste. Additionally, we incorporate state-of-the-art technology to minimize PERC emissions, ensuring our machines comply with environmental regulations and provide a safer working environment.

Our multi-solvent machines series JUNIOR HCM & ECOPLUS JM (without distillation) are versatile and can use a range of solvents, including hydrocarbon, silicone, and other eco-friendly options. This flexibility allows you to choose the best solvent for each type of fabric and stain, providing superior cleaning results. UNISEC's multi-solvent machines are equipped with advanced control systems to optimize the cleaning process for each solvent type. We prioritize sustainability by offering machines that work with biodegradable and less toxic solvents, and our filtration and distillation systems maximize solvent recovery and minimize environmental impact.

UNISEC machines are superior because they are equipped with the latest technology, ensuring efficient and effective cleaning with minimal environmental impact. Our machines are built to last, offering consistent performance and reducing downtime. Designed with the end user in mind, they provide intuitive controls and easy maintenance. By optimizing solvent use and reducing waste, our machines help lower operational costs, providing excellent value for your investment.

At UNISEC, we are committed to providing the best dry cleaning solutions that deliver superior cleaning results while promoting sustainability and efficiency. Choose UNISEC for a cleaner, greener future in commercial laundry. #UNISEC #DryCleaning #Innovation #Sustainability

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