Next to the large diameter and deep compartments, the scoop immediately catches the eye. Taking up about 40% of the drum size, the scoop transfers the linen according to the bottom transfer principle, but without pushing it back and forth like Archimedean screws do. In other words, the large scoop and deep compartments assure optimal linen transfer and minimize the risk of blockage or damage to the linen.
Moreover, the size and shape of the scoop assures maximal transfer, as the complete bath with water and detergents is transferred flawlessly from one compartment to the other.
Heating is done by a pre-heating circuit, where the steam does not heat the water and linen directly in the drum, but heats the water in a small circuit outside of the drum. This assures gentler heating and prevents direct contact between the hot steam and the linen.