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Figure 7-6.—Laundry schedule (example)
operator stations by 20. This figure tells you how size)  and  divide  it  by  the  number  of  days  your much  you  can  press  per  hour. laundry  works  a  week. 12. Determine your pressing requirements by 10. Multiply this hourly total by 96 and it will multiplying total officers and CPOs by 6 to arrive give you your pressing capabilities for a 96-hour at the approximate total of shirts and trousers you workweek. will press in a week. 11. Determine your daily workload by taking Follow  the  steps  in  figures  7-5  and  7-6  (use the total pounds done in a week (24 times crew these figures for examples only) and see how the A. B. C. D. E. F. G. LAUNDRY   SCHEDULE   WORKSHEET INFORMATION 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Crew size 1,500 Officers   100 CPOs 150 Size  of  laundry  crew      15 Total   washer   extractors   6 Total  tumbler  dryers  8 Total  three-press  operator  stations 5 WORKLOAD   PER   96-HOUR   WORKWEEK 1.  Crew  size 1,500 times  24  lb  equals  the  pounds  per  week 36,000 WASHING  CAPABILITIES 1.  Number  of  washer  extractors      6 times   the   weight   capacity   100 equals the amount  of  clothes  washed  per  hour          600 2. 96 times the amount of clothes washed per hour     600 equals the total washing capability for  a  96-hour  workweek  of 57,600 DRYING    CAPABILITIES 1.  Number  of  tumbler  dryers            8 times   the   weight   capacity   50 times 2 equals the amount  of  clothes  dried  per  hour 800 2.  96  times  the  amount  of  clothes  dried  per  hour          800 equals  the  total  drying  capability for  a  96-hour  workweek  of        76,800 PRESSING   CAPABILITIES 1.  Number  of  three-press  operator  stations            5 times 20 equals the total amount of shirts or trousers you can press per hour of       100 2.  96  times  the  amount  of  shirts  or  trousers  pressed  per  hour  100 equals  the  total  pressing capabilities  for  a  96-hour  workweek  of 9,600 COMPUTING   POUNDS   OF   LAUNDRY   PER   DAY 1.  The  total  pounds  per  week  of 36,000      divided  by  the  number  of  days  the  laundry  works per  week  of        5 equals  the  total  pounds  you  can  expect  per  day  of 7,200 COMPUTING  THE  TOTAL  NUMBER  OF  SHIRTS  AND  TROUSERS  PRESSED  PER  WEEK 1. Total officers and CPOs on board 250 times 6 equals the total amount of shirts or trousers pressed  per  week  of 1,500 Figure 7-5.—Laundry worksheet (example). 7-6

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