ASKO recently launched the Professional range of laundry appliances, the most durable collection yet.
November 8th, 2011
ASKO Professional washers (WMC64 P/V) feature the renowned Active Drum™, which provides an added care and gentleness to the robust nature of the machines.
ASKO machines have been found to use less components in construction than competitors, and also wash cleaner and use less water and electricity.
Furthermore, ASKO washers have a wide range of added benefits. They feature induction motors without carbon brushes, ensuring less noise and the ability to cope with the highest G-factor.
All washers also include the easy to use, and understand, Easy Control™ featuring an LC display with simple process, which ensures the machines can be easily used by absolutely anyone (it even comes with 12 different languages to choose from).
After a superb Professional wash you need a fantastic dryer, and ASKO has launched its Professional tumble dryers (TDCIIIV) to complement.
As with the washers, ASKO has tested the dryers to ensure durability and the Professional range has proven to withstand even the toughest environments.
With the washers carrying a 4 Star energy rating and 3.5 Star WELS rating, and up to 98% of all washer and dryer parts marked for recycling, it is clear that ASKO care as much for the environment as they do about providing superior cleaning and drying for their customers.
The ASKO Professional range is available now. Visit the ASKO website to view the entire range.
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