The commercial laundry segment consists of fixed, laundromat, and multi-unit housing. Industry growth is tied to the general economy and new construction. Energy efficient motors and reduced water consumption dictate system efficiency.
We build durable, tough, high speed, dependable motors that are designed to last in the harshest of environments, giving years of optimal performance where up-time of equipment controls revenues.
We are an industry leader in motors and power transmission equipment to the commercial laundry industry, which we have served since 1913. You can count on our proven solutions in axial flux motor technology, bearings, sheaves, and belts. Our engineered solutions are designed to exceed your highest expectations for quality, reliability, and performance.
Commercial Laundry Reference List
Regal manufacturer’s high quality motors, control and power transmission products for a myriad of applications. From state-of-the-art integrated Brushless Direct Current (BLDC) motor/drives to washing machine and open chassis motors. The reliability of our power transmission products guarantee years of trouble free performance.
The application table is designed as a general guideline to help you select the correct motor, Variable Frequence Drive (VFD) or power transmission component for a specific piece of equipment used in the commercial laundry industry.
|Motors||Conveyors||Dry Clean Equipment||Dryers||Fans||Finishing Equipment||Folders||Washers||Washers/Extractors|
|PMAC Radial Flux||•||•||•||•||•|
|Drives & Starters||Conveyors||Dry Clean Equipment||Dryers||Fans||Finishing Equipment||Folders||Washers||Washers/Extractors|
|Low Voltage VFD||•||•||•||•||•||•||•||•|
|Power Transmission||Conveyors||Dry Clean Equipment||Dryers||Fans||Finishing Equipment||Folders||Washers||Washers/Extractors|
The laundromats industry includes companies that offer on-premise coin or card-operated washers and dryers, as well as companies that operates self-service laundry and dry-cleaning equipment in apartments, dormitories and similar locations
Per capita disposable income
Per capita disposable income is inversely related to demand for laundromats. As per capita disposable income increases, more expensive laundry alternatives become available to consumers.
Rental vacancy rates
This industry primarily targets renters, since they typically use coin-operated washers and dryers provided by landlords or frequent local laundromats. Therefore, when rental vacancy rates increase, the industry is negatively affected.
Number of college students
Colleges and universities account for a prominent share of demand for industry services. This is because the industry provides colleges and universities with coin- or card-operated washers and dryers. Therefore, when enrollment increases, more students purchase laundry services.
This segment shows growth through 2022.