Educational Sessions To Be Held June 2-4 at the Company’s Offices in Fall River, Mass.
American Dryer Corp. has announced a new free education initiative aimed at helping self-service laundry owners and OPL operators.
To be held over three days in June, ADC’s service school program will enable owners and operators to learn how to maintain and service their ADC equipment directly from those who designed and built it. The sessions will include classroom coursework, as well as individual hands-on training. The schedule is as follows:
• June 2: Coin dryers
• June 3: Washers
• June 4: On-premise dryers
Sessions will be held from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day at ADC’s headquarters in Fall River, Mass., with lunch included. There is no cost to attend; however, space is limited, so attendees are being asked to pre-register. Those interested in participating can register online at adclaundry.com/service-school, or by calling ADC at (508) 678-9000.
“There’s no better way to learn how to get peak performance out of your investment than directly from ADC and the people who know every design detail, rivet and panel,” said ADC CEO Chris FitzGerald. “We’ve spent decades designing and developing revolutionary, engineering-driven machines to help our laundry partners succeed. But, with millions of spins each week, even the most reliable equipment requires regular maintenance.”
The company hopes to make this service school an annual event.