There is no denying the convenience of having laundry carts on the premises in facilities including hotels, hospitals, resorts, nursing homes and anywhere that relies on linens for daily operations. However, as traditional carts empty out, getting to the bottom of the basket can be cumbersome. The utilization of spring-loaded laundry carts in your environment eradicates this issue and actually benefits users and facility managers in a number of ways.

Better Ergonomics and Worker Safety

Unlike standard carts, a spring-loaded laundry cart has a spring beneath a platform that rises and falls as items or added or removed. This means that workers aren’t constantly having to bend over and reach down into the cart as they near the bottom of the pile of goods they are working with. Ultimately, these eliminate repetitious bending that can source back and body pains. Furthermore, by removing the need to bend over as much, management is also likely to hear fewer employee complaints or have to deal with cart-related worker injuries.

Greater Diversity Than Standard Cart Styles

An advantage of spring-loaded laundry carts is that they are sturdily constructed to handle an array of tasks that can be challenging with a non spring-loaded cart. For example, wet laundry in process is heavy, but the springs are designed to withstand the weight and bring even substantially weighted loads up to higher levels for staff to deal with more easily. Another benefit of opting for spring-loaded carts is that they can be used to catch laundry at the bottom of convenience chutes, and the platform automatically adjusts as more linens are added.

Improve Guest’s Impressions

In many industries, it is not uncommon for guests to encounter staff in common areas as they traverse from room to room with aims to remove and replenish linens. A linen cart that always looks full and is tidily organized will certainly make a good impression on guests. Traditional laundry carts tend to allow linens to topple over, while a spring-loaded model will rise and fall, which keeps folded linens nicely in place.