Now you can reduce your use of chemicals.
By installing the DIRO system in your business you can offer your clients an allergy free laundry service, improve the working conditions for your staff and reduce your carbon footprint.
With the DIRO system in your laundry service your washing machines will be able to do laundry completely chemical free. Your washing machines will be clean without residue depositions or lime that increase the cost of heating the laundry water.
Cleaning up and waste management will become easier and the air emitted from the washing machines will no longer smell of chemicals which can be a problem for residents and passers-by.
Benefits of chemical-free laundry
- Reduced service costs
- Increased lifespan of machines
- Applicable to new and older machines
- Lower water temperature
- Significantly reduced cost per wash than with dosing systems
- Does not require reprogramming or reconstruction of machines
- Shorter washing program
- More energy efficient and saves energy
- Cleaner laundry room with less waste
- Collaboration agreement with Podab and Miele with optimized laundry programs
Chemical free hotel
Reduce energy and chemical use and welcome guests with allergy problems.
Today, many hotels have a high environmental wearness and are activily working to reduce both energy and chemical use. One of the most innovative energy- and environmental measures that can be done is to install the DIRO-system, witch enables machine washing completely without detergents.
Several hotels have currently installed the system. Using DIRO water for both cleaning and washing has lowered their daily environmental impact and at the same time improved their economy. In addition, employees do not have to deal with chemical and allergic guests do not risk allergic reactions.
We can help you reduce the use of chemicals
A fireman´s working environment is filled with risks and challenges, including the health risks of contamination and repeated exposure to hazardous chemicals.
The protective clothing and gear firemen wear are supposed to protect against chemicals, but hazardous chemicals can get stuck in textiles and protective gear. Exposure to the chemicals therefore continues even after the job is done. Clothes and equipment expose you to chemicals as long as they are handled, such as when carrying them back to the station and in the changing room.
It is much safer to remove the protective gear and clothes on the job site, packing them into bags and transporting them to the fire station where they can be washed without chemicals.