Barrier washers are typically the domain of hospitals and very large care environments. They are built into the wall between a ‘dirty’ and ‘clean’ area. For example, in a hospital mop laundry, used mops come into the dirty room and can only get to the clean room via the washer. This reduces the likelihood of accidentally reusing dirty items to the absolute minimum.
Unlike a conventional washer with a door in the front, barrier washers have a door in either side opening into each room. They typically start at around a 30kg load capacity.
Given the specialised nature and high installation costs of these machines, please contact us to arrange a site meeting so we can recommend the correct equipment.