Tuesday, November 9, 2021

Do You Need a Towel Steamer?

Towel Steamers differ from towel warmers and have become increasingly popular, especially amongst larger businesses. Towel Steamers heat up towels using steam to create hot, moist towels in as little as 5 minutes! Towel Steamers differ from Towel Warmer because you put dry towels in the unit and fill the steamer with water. 

Benefits:

  • No Pre-Soaking Towels
  • Steamed Towels are moisture-rich and hot
  • Hot, damp towels will be ready in as little as 5 minutes
  • Steam kills 99.99% of bacteria without the need for a separate sterilizer machine or chemicals.

This exceptional 120 towel capacity towel warmer utilizes steam to provide sanitary heated towels for all of your services. It features a large water reservoir and an auto shut-off function. Indicator lights tell you when to fill! 

17.75" wide x 16.5" deep x 26.5" high

Features:
  • ETL certified
  • Water Low Protection Alarm
  • Sturdy Stainless Steel Construction
  • 6 months warranty

This amazing 72 towel capacity towel warmer utilizes steam to provide sanitary heated towels for your customers. It features a large water reservoir and an auto shut-off function. Indicator lights tell you when to fill and the temperature can be adjusted from 90°F to 200°F. 

Available in four sizes: 48, 72, 120, and 360 towels!

Details:
  • 72 towel capacity
  • Water Tank Capacity: 1 Gallon
  • MUST USE Distilled Water
  • Utilize steam to provide sanitary warm moist towels...unlike "regular" hot towel cabis, steam not only heats but sanitizes too!
  • Temperature can be adjusted from 90°F to 200°F
  • (2) Wire rack shelves
  • Glass window
  • Indicator lights tell you when to refill water
  • Large water reservoir
  • Auto shutoff system
  • Insulated walls for higher energy efficiency
  • Durable stainless steel construction
  • 700W
  • 6-month manufacturer warranty
Towel Steamers are especially effective for large businesses, who have a large staff. The warm towels will be more consistent in using a steamer. Towel warmers require damp towels to be loaded in the unit, and if the exact same process isn't followed by every staff member, the towel dampness and temperature can vary. When using a towel steamer, dry and folded towels are put in the unit and the unit is filled with water. The equipment is therefore responsible for the temperature and dampening of the towels and the results will be consistent!

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