The importance of chemical dosing

Experts can’t deny the importance of chemical dosing for the laundry industry. It saves you money but also helps saving the planet!

It is all about using the right chemicals in the exact amounts for a perfect wash. High quality results means less rewashes, no matter how big the load or how soiled the items were.

That all means less water, energy and chemical waste. This will of course be reflected on your utility bills, but it will also give you the satisfaction of running a greener business.

Another perk of precise chemical dosing is that it prevents clogging. Your equipment will work efficiently, just as it is meant to, and will have a longer life.

the importance of chemical dosing

Now that you know the importance of chemical dosing… how can you ensure it’s working at its best for you?

Bundle chemicals and equipment with Southeastern Laundry! Avoid the hassle of getting industrial cleaning solutions, reliable machines, scheduled maintenance and quick troubleshooting from multiple places.

Backed by 40 years of experience, we don’t only know the importance of chemical dosing, we also understand your commercial laundry, foodservice and janitorial needs to deliver the right equipment, products and cleaning solutions.

Onsite surveys

Through an on-site housekeeping survey, we review every aspect of your commercial kitchen, janitorial or laundry cleaning process. We look at the use of chemicals as well as the amount of energy and labor. We also check wear and tear on equipment and analyze indirect costs, such as supplies, maintenance and overhead.

Equipment leasing

Leasing machines and equipment eliminates maintenance hassles. Our highly skilled technicians regularly service leased machines, resulting in fewer repair costs and less downtime.

Warewash assessment

We help ensure your machines are operating at peak efficiency and only consuming the necessary energy amount.

Chmical dosing assessment

Ensure your concentration and dosing levels are right where they need to be, so you always have enough and don’t run out sooner than you expect.

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