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Company will discuss the benefits of the EcoTex Advanced Laundry Oxidation System
During the Clean Show at the Morial Convention Center in New Orleans June 20 to 22, ClearWater Tech LLC (booth #3163) will be discussing ozone for laundry situations, including the EcoTex Advanced Laundry Oxidation System.
“Ozone is a powerful solution that is gaining strength and acceptance in the industry. At the Clean Show, we will be presenting details of a recent study that determined ozone is superior to traditional hot water washing in every category. It proves what many of our customers know by using EcoTex. It’s the perfect coldwater alternative, combining the power of ozone and oxygen to reduce energy, water and labor costs. EcoTex not only delivers on its investment, but also provides outstanding laundry quality benefits,” said Cameron Tapp, president and CEO of ClearWater Tech LLC.
Hotels, hospital and residential care facilities nationwide have experienced success using EcoTex to combat drug-resistant superbug bacteria such as MRSA and C. difficile, and to contain potential virus outbreaks. EcoTex also works well in commercial laundry environments. All ClearWater-manufactured ozone systems are tested and certified by third party companies such as UL, cUL, CE and U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, and are RoHS compliant.
Tapp said most customers remark about the laundry smelling fresher, in addition to the other advantages they are realizing. He invites Clean Show visitors to stop by the booth and find out for themselves.
“The oxygen and ozone from the EcoTex system opens the fibers of the textile, which results in a superior wash. The whites are much whiter, the clothes and linens or textiles smell fresher with fewer chemicals, and customers are saving money on less rewashing. With ozone, they are finding they can do more new wash loads in a given shift. That adds up over time and provides a healthy impact to their bottom lines,” Tapp said.