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Mid-Performance Commercial Washer Extractors

Mid-Performance Commercial Washer Extractors  

UW Series  
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Designed for facilities that do not require super-high G-Force extraction, our mid-performance washer-extractors deliver all the benefits of high-performance UW models, but with a maximum 180 - 200 G-Force extraction speed.


Available Capacities

45 lb Capacity - UWT045N2

65 lb Capacity - UWT065N2

85 lb Capacity - UWT085N2

105 lb Capacity - UWT105N2

130 lb Capacity - UWT130N2


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Commercial Laundry Equipment: Washers: UW Standard

Commercial Laundry Equipment: Washers: UW 45 65 Electric

Commercial Laundry Equipment: Washers: UW 45 65 Standard

Commercial Laundry Equipment: Washers: UW 45 65 Steam

Commercial Laundry Equipment: Washers: UW Electric

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