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Operation of the Flatwork Ironer
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Laundry Pressing and Finishing
from  the  extractor.  Iron  flatwork  immediately while  it  is  at  the  proper  stage  of  dampness,  or cover it with plastic or other material to retain a proper  amount  of  moisture.  Feed  flatwork  into the ironer WRONG SIDE UP, so that the smooth or   “right”   side   comes   into   contact   with   the cylinder. This gives a smooth finish to the outside of the flatwork. Fold the  smooth  side  out  as  the work comes from the machine. Large Items Two   persons   should   feed   large   items   as shown in figure 5-31. To start the piece through the ironer, each person grasps a top corner with the   hand   nearest   the   ironer,   stretching   the forward edge between them so that it enters the machine  straight  and  smooth.  Each  person  uses the other hand to straighten the front edge as it enters the ironer. After the feed roll ribbons pick up  the  spread,  they  use  both  hands  to  hold  the spread firm and straight as it passes through the ironer.  As  the  spread  comes  out,  the  personnel take it by the edges again and fold it. Small Items When    you    feed    small    articles    into    the flatwork   ironer,   use   the   entire   length   of   the cylinder, If you continually feed small items into the ironer at one or two spots, the padding on the pressure  rolls  wears  more  at  these  points  and your  work  comes  out  unsatisfactory.  The  only way to correct this difficulty is to repad the rolls. CARE AND MAINTENANCE Maintenance  of  the  flatwork  ironer  is  the responsibility  of  engineering  personnel.  ONLY trained  maintenance  personnel  should  do  any work  on  the  ironer.  Instructions  for  changing 43.79 Figure 5-31.-Laundry personnel using the flatwork ironer. 5-41

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