Our manually operated ironing presses work by means of a system of levers which makes it possible to effortlessly lower the upper plate.
This is done by operating both a handle located on the upper plate or by pressing a pedal. The lower plate usually issues steam and vacuum, whereas it is possible to release steam from the upper one by means of a lever.
Upper plate reopening is done using a pedal, which also operates the vacuum function, so that the piece of clothing is not displaced when the plate opens. All press types can be autonomous (with their own boiler) or connected to a steam source, and all can be ordered with a stainless-steel upper plate, ideal for laundries.
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