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Operation of the Flatwork Ironer
cylinder and returns it to the front. Steam to heat the cylinder is provided by the ship’s steam line, and  the  motor  is  electrically  driven. The ironer parts that you are mainly concerned with are shown in figure 5-30. The one part not shown that is very important is the emergency stop button   located   in   the   right-hand   rear   of   the machine. We will briefly describe the main parts so  you  can  get  a  broad  understanding  of  the flatwork  ironer. The  return  ribbons  hold  flatwork  in contact   with   the   heated   cylinder   until discharge. The  delivery  table  catches  all  discharged material. The  finger  guard  prevents  the  hands of  the  operator  from  getting  near  the padded  pressure  rolls. The  padded  rolls  smooth  and  flatten  fabric to  the  heated  cylinder. The  feed  ribbons  feed  flatwork. The  feed  ribbon  drive  roll  turns  the  feed ribbons. The  speed  control  lever  controls  the speed in which flatwork is passed through the  ironer. The  foot  pedal  engages  the  compression roll. SAFETY  PRECAUTIONS Before  discussing  operation  of  the  flatwork ironer, we need to discuss safety precautions that apply  to  this  equipment.  Do  not  try  to  remove jammed  linen  or  material  while  the  machine  is running.  Serious  injury  to  the  operator  or  damage to  the  ironer  can  occur  if  you  attempt  to  reposition or  unjam  linen  or  service  the  ironer  while  it  is running. If something is jammed, shut the ironer off  at  the  power  source  before  trying  to  remove it. If the ironer has compression roll levers, learn how  these  levers  work  and  always  use  them  to Figure 5-30.—Flatwork ironer basic parts. 5-39

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