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Components packaged
for easy reach.
These CBW washers
are packaged for
accessibility, to speed
maintenance if it’s
necessary. Easy-toreach
components are
grouped in an orderly
manner. Plumbing can
be accessed quickly. It’s
neatly located within the machine’s frame
to prevent bumping by carts, etc.
Special features help
solve special problems.
Several optional features are programmable as
needed: Flush enhance increases flushing action in
the first module and – when used with one or two
8” drain valves – can be used to flush non-solubles
from the shell sump. Wash enhance helps remove
heavy soil more effectively by stepping up the flow
rate in the appropriate washing modules. Rinse
enhance accelerates the flow rate in the desired rinse
modules. Flow/no flow lets you interrupt counterflow
on demand (or allow counterflow in a module where
it normally does not occur). Overhead fast fill tank
quickly fills a module that has just been drained to
prevent thermal shock. Workwear features help purge
weir boxes and shell sumps of heavy non-solubles
and metal particles, etc. – manually or automatically.
After the machine has run a commanded number of
loads, the Autopurge feature removes non-solubles by
automatically passing “empty holes” and calling for
fills and drains. Last module dual bath, typically used
in smaller systems with longer transfer times, gives
the last module a dual function: rinse (counterflow)
for part of the time, standing bath for the remainder.
Bath exchange – where counterflow is minimized or
eliminated and replaced with draining and filling of
individual modules – can be useful where colored
goods are followed by white.
Drive systems are simple,
dependable, efficient.
All drive and support elements (including motors)
are small, easy to change if necessary, and designed
for dependability.
Flexible couplings interconnect drive units, and
cylinders are keyed end-to-end. Drive components
are located in a dry zone for reliability and easy
maintenance. Drive system bearings are lubricated
from outside the machine.
Oversized motor housings dissipate heat for longer
life. “Soft start”, created by alternate starts of
motors, removes heavy shock load on drive
components, increases motor life, and reduces
ampere demand(modular washers). Inverter drive on
sectional CBW washers also reduces ampere demand.
Warranty
Milnor’s rugged cylinder support, drive and seal
components are backed by a five-year extended
warranty. For support wheels, the full price is
covered up to five years after the machine’s
manufacturing date. For all the other drive
components (including motors, chains, sprockets,
gear reducers, couplings, V-belts, and pulleys)
and seal components, the full parts price is
covered up to two years, and a pro rata amount
is absorbed for the next three years.
Compatibility Features
Compatibility features can prevent an operator from
putting goods onto a loading conveyor in an
unauthorized sequence (no whites after reds, for
example). It also can recognize the first time a
heavy-soil batch enters a module after a more lightly
soiled batch. In this case, it automatically provides
higher “first dosing” to correctly raise the chemical
concentration in that module. Afterwards, it adds
lighter maintenance doses of the chemicals for each
successive load of the same goods. Another use of
Compatibility is optional Bath Exchange – which
uses drains and fills to allow white goods to follow
red goods, for example.
Milnor’s Pass-Empty feature also helps you cope with
incompatible loads. It allows you to command up
to eight “vacant batches” whenever one specific type
of load (e.g., white) follows another (e.g., red).
And a desired formula can be applied to these
openings, to prepare for the incompatible load that
follows and to make the most efficient use of water,
chemicals and fuel.
The Miltrac® system can also prevent incompatible
batches (e.g., sheets and towels) from being mixed
in a multiple batch dryer.
How Milnor forces wash
liquor through the goods.
Milnor design engineers have developed unequalled
means of forcing wash liquor through the goods,
rather than allowing it to bypass the load.
First, the rotating cylinder is perforated all the
way around, so counterflow water can move
through the large open area continuously.
Second, waterflow in a Milnor results not only
in excellent supply dispersion, but also in better
penetration of the goods. Standard counterflow
is achieved by directing water over a weir from
one module to the next. Water enters the module
at the bottom of the outer shell, where it is forced
up through the
goods. It then
flows down
through the
goods, before
exiting at the
other end of
the cylinder
and shell.
Steam is injected at the bottom of the shell (away
from the goods), so water is immediately heated as
it enters. Location of steam injection also increases
water turbulence.
Steam is injected through a venturi device, mixing
it with water. This eliminates the exposure of goods
to live steam.
How water enters and exits the shell
in a Modular CBW washer.
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Water flows easily through
Milnor’s perforated cylinder.
Special features help
solve special problems.
Several optional features are programmable as needed:
• Flush enhance increases flushing action in the first
module and – when used with one or two 8” drain valves
– can be used to flush non-solubles from the shell sump.
• Wash enhance helps remove heavy soil more effectively
by stepping up the flow rate in the appropriate washing
modules.
• Rinse enhance accelerates the flow rate in the desired
rinse modules.
• Flow/no flow lets you interrupt counterflow on demand
(or allow counterflow in a module where it normally does
not occur).
• Overhead fast fill tank quickly fills a module that has
just been drained to prevent thermal shock.
• Workwear features help purge weir boxes and shell
sumps of heavy non-solubles and metal particles, etc. –
manually or automatically. After the machine has run
a commanded number of loads, the Autopurge feature
removes non-solubles by automatically passing “empty
holes” and calling for fills and drains.
• Last module dual bath, typically used in smaller systems
with longer transfer times, gives the last module a dual
function: rinse (counterflow) for part of the time, standing
bath for the remainder.
• Bath exchange – where counterflow is minimized
or eliminated and replaced with draining and filling
of individual modules be useful where colored goods
are followed by white.

76032 CBW® Tunnel Washer
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    A format that’s familiar,easy to use.The Mentor controller makes it easier for youto capitalize on the Milnor CBW Washer’s vastcapabilities....
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    Monitors the entire washroomMilnor’s Mildata® Computer Network providescomplete personal computer monitoring andreporting on washing equipment...
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    Greater flexibility.Because water travels over weirs and via externalpipes from one module to the next, there is absolutewater control. Many waterflow...
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    Better design.The Milnor CBW washer injects water,supplies, and steam into a stationary outershell. And it can drain from a stationary shell.Any - or every...
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    No other commercial laundry machinery manufacturer matches Milnor resources in design, testing, and manufacturing. Examine a Milnor CBW washing systemclosely,...
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    Proven results for any laundry.Milnor CBW Systems can deliver superior performancefor a range of goods. The productivity charts on thesetwo pages are general...
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    14®SPECIFICATIONSWASHING CYLINDERRated capacity**DiameterDepthAPPROX. DIMENSIONSOverall widthOverall heightOverall length: no. of modules345678910111213141516171819202425CONNECTIONSWater...
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    Pellerin Milnor CorporationP.O. Box 400, Kenner, LA 70063, U.S.A.Phone 504.712.7656Fax 504.468.3094www.milnor.comE-mail: mktg@milnor.comPrinted in U.S.A....
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