Textil washing is a delicate operation that requires a perfect mastery of the material properties and the most appropriate ways to treat it.
The different types of clothes, from white and resistant to the most delicate ones (such as synthetic and coloured fibers or the wool), require specific procedures to obtain a perfect cleaning without damage the textiles.
The research by È COSÌ has produced important aims for the automatic, mechanical and manual laundries. It has found the raw materials adapted both to a proper washing and a containment of the environmental impact. È COSÌ is among the few manufacturers of peracetic acid in Europe, causing quality and safety of the supply chain and confirming our company philosophy, strongly devoted to the principles of the eco-friendly made in Italy.
Our detergents and disinfectants allow you to wash textiles at low temperatures, to save money and to pollute less, combining cleaning and whitening effectiveness to a bactericidal, fungicidal and virucidal certified action.
When we conduct a technical and scientific analysis on the needs of a laundry, our aims are the clarity and the result. We are able to offer a total quote on the cost of washing per kilo, thanks to our processing and management software, and our ecological methodologies.
In industrial laundries, textiles that need to be washed come mainly from restaurants, canteens, hospitals and accommodation facilities. Therefore we are in the presence of particularly persistent organic residues and of large amount of linen, often with very specific microbiological requirements. The electronic control of dosages and the great specificity of products guarantee us high performance with any washing program.
We have developed our Laundry Program, a washing system for any kind of fabric which combines up to six highly-specialized detergents.
Thanks to our Ecolabel and ICEA certified ecological washing systems, the professional laundry works in compliance with the new CAM (Minimum Environmental Criteria ) requirements and with the public procurement directives, by reducing pollution while respecting the environment.