Whether you provide a commercial linen rental service or a pick-up-and-drop-off laundry service, Richard Jay are the commercial laundry experts who supply a full range of equipment to commercial laundries across Australia.
Our commercial laundry clients service the healthcare and hospitality industries, where each load must be hygienically sanitised.
We understand that rising energy costs are a concern. That’s why we select our machinery and accessories based on energy efficiency and cost-effectiveness.
At Richard Jay, we only stock high quality, durable machinery ideal for Australia’s commercial laundries. Washers, dryers, finishers, folding machines, chemicals and accessories are all part of the Richard Jay range.
Our partnerships with leading manufacturers such as Electrolux, Maytag and LG give our Australian clients access to the very best of the best.
Experts from Richard Jay carefully select and install equipment designed to reduce your utility costs and create long-term savings over the life of your machinery.
Our new Barrier Washer range, the first to gain ergonomic certification, eases the strain, boosting productivity significantly. Naturally hygiene always takes first place. Laundry is your business, meeting your needs is ours; not just today but for years to come.
Leaders in Ergonomic Certification
Our Barrier Washers have earned the prestigious 4-star rating for ergonomics, an international certification. This means they have been usertested to make sure your operators will feel reduced tension and strain, so they—and your business—can thrive.
Enhanced usability, superior safety
Every innovation is aimed at improving usability, easing the workload and enhancing safety. One example is our new ergonomic door, which now features an automated locking system for improved handling.
Germ-free hygiene without compromise
Our cutting-edge barrier systems guarantee maximum hygiene at every stage of the laundry process, providing round-the-clock peace of mind.
Scientists have confirmed that Coronavirus (COVID-19) can survive on door handles for up to NINE DAYS. To put this in context, flu viruses can survive on hard surfaces and infect another person for 24 to 48 hours.
As a result, there’s never been a better time to install the Purehold range of hygienic door handles at your site, to help reduce the risk and spread of Coronavirus between door users. Our Purehold Antibacterial Range of door handle covers use Silver Ion technology which has been tested and proven effective against the H1N1 virus (which has very similar characteristsics as Coronavirus), achieving a 99.99% reduction in viable H1N1 virus particles.
With mechanisms for every type of door, Purehold handles are ideal for the healthcare, aged care, education, hospitality and food processing industries. The Purehold range includes a gel-dispensing handle that sanitises hands on contact; a self-cleaning handle for PULL doors; a self-cleaning push plate for PUSH doors; and a self-cleaning handle cover for lever-operated doors.
The Electrolux Line 5000 range has been developed for a variety of professional requirements, from self-service to catering to industry, from health care providers to commercial laundries.
Developed through analysis of the needs and challenges of laundry operators across the globe, the Electrolux Line 5000 has also been honored with HACCP International Certification. HACCP International is a leading food science organisation specialising in the assessment and certification of equipment, materials and services used by the food industry. Download more info on HACCP here.
It’s often the case that cheaper washers and dryers do not offer the energy savings of the higher-quality machinery offered by Richard Jay.
Our expert consultants can visit your premises and give you an idea of how much you will save by upgrading to laundry models with faster wash cycles that use less water and electricity.
Dirty laundry can spread germs to other areas, and therefore the clean linen needs to be handled as carefully as the dirty. This requires an in-depth understanding of laundry flows, the correct use of fabrics suitable to the task, and working practices that ensure the employees are aware of how their everyday actions can impact the laundry operation.
With this in mind, please take the time to read this ‘Mini Guide’ to hygienic laundry practices, based on the AS/NZS 4146:2000 Australian New Zealand Laundry Standards.