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Quality... ...for the Long Haul.


Precision built, all welded, anodized aluminum carts, specifically engineered for the extremes of loading, handling, cartwash and off-site transport in your busy laundry. Available in a wide range of models and sizes, and always to your custom requirements.


For more information: G.S.M. Linen Handling Systems 1-800-363-CART (2278) www.gsm-cart.com


FOR SALE The Trusted Source for Quality Pre-owned


We specialize in Used Industrial Laundry Equipment Sales, Service, Rigging and Installations


WE BUY & SELL ALL MAJOR BRANDS 60,000 square feet of Used Industrial Laundry Equipment for Sale


IN STOCK EQUIPMENT FOR SALE:


Chicago Century 2 Roll x 52 Complete Finishing Line inc. King Edge, Skyline & Pik-Quik


Chicago Skyline Folders Lavatec TT 745 GU Gas Dryers Lavatec Shuttles Chicago King Edge & Kannegiesser Feeders Challenge 400 LB Gas Tunnel Dryers Milnor 170 LB W/X Jensen EXPG-12 Self Contained Gas Ironer Jensen Bottom Up Stacker Jensen P50-16 Complete Senking Batch Tunnel System with six 220 LB Gas Dryers Braun 600 LB TSL Medicare W/X


Please visit our website for our complete inventory


1800.517.1432 / 305.517.1421 THE KING OF THE SEA HAS ARRIVED… Qty


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www.pspindustrial.com


Engineered to exceed the professional fabricare industry’s highest standards, Poseidon Textile Care Systems deliver unrivaled programmability for superior wetcleaning results. Poseidon harnesses high-performance Wetcleaning Machines, Dryers and Flatwork Ironers for results and effi ciencies that outshine traditional dry- cleaning. Industry-unique features set Poseidon apart.


POSEIDON 24 FABRICARE CANADA May/June 2016 Contact us for your textile care solutions! TEXTILE CARE SYSTEM S®


www.sparklesolutions.ca • 866.660-2282 905.660.2282 • Concord, Ontario


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