GMP SRL Unipersonale
Phone +39 0438 82354 – 82547
Via Sernaglia, 74
31053 Pieve di Soligo (TV) – Italy
THE SPECIFIC MARKET KNOWLEDGE AND THE CONTINUOUS RESEARCH HAVE ENABLED GMP TO DEVELOP UNIQUE TECHNOLOGICAL SOLUTIONS, ABLE TO RAISE THE QUALITY OF THE IRONING PROCESS, FURTHER EXTENDING THE IRONER LIFESPAN, KEEPING PERFORMANCE AT EXCELLENT LEVEL AND SIMPLIFYING DAILY OPERATION.
E LINE, G LINE, GMP.30 MODELS
GEMINI TWIN TEMPERATURE CONTROL HAS BEEN SPECIFICALLY DEVELOPED BY GMP TO ADDRESS ONE OF THE MOST COMMON PROBLEMATIC ON FLATWORK IRONERS – LOCALIZED OVERHEATING (TYPICALLY ROLLER COVER GETTING BROWN ON ONE SIDE), WHICH HAPPENS WHEN LINEN INTRODUCTION IS MOSTLY DONE USING ONLY A PART OF THE USEFUL FEEDING SURFACE.
It is characterized by the presence of 2 temperature sensors monitoring the whole ironing surface and automatically cutting off the heating when unbalances or limit temperatures are detected.
E LINE, GMP.25 AND GMP.30 MODELS
WHY HAVE GMP EXPERTS CHOSEN A STEEL CHEST?
BECAUSE STEEL REPRESENTS THE MOST RELIABLE, EFFICIENT AND LONGER LASTING DESIGN FOR AN INDUSTRIAL IRONER:
GMP hard chromed chest is guaranteed 3 years against corrosion.
E LINE, GMP.25 AND GMP.30 MODELS
TENAX IS A STAINLESS STEEL PADDING THAT REPLACES THE STANDARD ROLLER PADDING MADE OF STEELWOOL.
PURPOSELY DESIGNED BY GMP FOR ITS IRONERS, TENAX LASTS FOR THE ENTIRE LIFE OF THE IRONER AND OPPOSITE TO THE STEELWOOL DOES NOT REQUIRE ANY MAINTENANCE.
IF YOU OPTED FOR STEELWOOL PADDING, FULLY RECONDITIONING YOUR IRONER IN LESS THAN AN HOUR AND RENOVATING THE ORIGINAL IRONING FINISH IS NOW POSSIBLE, THANKS TO THE PATENTED ”ROLL REMOVING SYSTEM”.
Original GMP spare roll is assembled in the factory by automatic and specifically designed tool machinery, according to the strictest quality standards, and will ensure perfect ironing results.
OPTING FOR A CHROMED CYLINDER IS ALMOST A MUST IN A MODERN WORLD: LINEN DESTINED TO COME IN CONTACT WITH FOOD OR WITH HUMAN SKIN SHOULD NOT BE CONTAMINATED BY OXIDATION PRODUCTS THAT INEVITABLY FORM ON THE SURFACE OF A POLISHED CYLINDER.
GAS HEATED MODELS USE A PARTICULARLY EFFICIENT BURNER, WHICH HAS BEEN ENTIRELY DEVELOPED AND PATENTED BY GMP FOR THE SPECIFIC USE ON A FLATWORK IRONER.
Thanks to employing the Venturi effect, the burner automatically creates the ideal air/gas mixture that is suctioned and distributed homogeneously along its whole length to obtain a perfectly blue and regular flame, guaranteeing an ideal heat distribution across the whole cylinder.
The burner is realized in titanium-steel and is laser perforated to achieve the maximum accuracy of the flame distribution pattern.
Compared to the traditional atmospheric burners with gas jets, GMP solution:
Moreover it is particularly eco-friendly, with its ppm emission close to zero.
IRONING BELTS DRAFT ROLLERS ARE GENERALLY COVERED WITH A RUBBER OR SILICONE PADDING AIMED TO GUARANTEE THE GRIP NECESSARY FOR BELTS ROTATION. THE RUBBER/SILICONE PADDING CRYSTALLIZES WITH HIGH TEMPERATURES AND COMES OFF WITH THE TIME, LEADING TO IRONER STOP AND TO POSSIBLE BELTS DAMAGES.
GMP has opted for installing padding-free rollers: the knurling process we realize on their metal surface replaces the rubber function, granting the grip necessary for a homogeneous belts traction.
GMP exclusive solution eliminates ironer downtime due to sudden rubber peeling and with it one of the most frequent maintenance operations on a drying ironer.
BECAUSE OF THE 500 MM ROLL DIAMETER, CYLINDERS INSTALLED ON G.50 MODELS HAVE AN IMPORTANT WEIGHT THAT NEEDS TO BE WELL DISTRIBUTED TO ENSURE A SMOOTH ROTATION, AVOIDING PREMATURE FAILING OF ITS SUPPORTS.
Differently from bars, GMP cylinder support system does not bend. It is designed to float, actively keeping the cylinder in balance and compensating eventual different belts elongations associated with belts use.
8 cylinder support wheels instead of the usual 4 distribute the weight over twice the rotation surface with a consequent improvement of the single components lifespan.
The absence of bars makes maintenance interventions faster and easier.