Tingue, Brown & Co.
Since 1902, Tingue, Brown & Co. has been the premier supplier of replacement parts and textiles to the laundry, linen, and industrial supply industries. Textile parts - such as pads, covers, aprons, and ribbons for flatwork ironers, feeders, folders, and presses - are supplied from five factories across the U.S. Mechanical parts are supplied via our Talley Machinery division in Greensboro, N.C. Having recently acquired the parts department of the former American Laundry Machinery Co., Talley is able to supply parts for all laundry equipment - new, used, and obsolete. Tingue, Brown's sales and service team blankets North America and will be there to help choose and install the right parts for your machines.
Tingue, Brown & Co. 309 Dividend Drive, Peachtree City, GA 30269 Tel: 800.829.3864 Fax: 770.486.0975
Clean Cycle Systems
CLEAN CYCLE SYSTEMS from TQ Industries offers filters for every type of laundry situation imaginable: from OPL's and coin ops to large commercial laundry situations. Dry and Wet type systems are available in your choice of either Fiberglass or Stainless Steel housings. Custom filters are available for cruise lines or situations with limited spaces, Variable Frequency Drive Systems, fire-controls, overpressure alarms and barometric dampers are a few of the options we provide. We strive to provide the best possible customer service available. Please contact one of our sales engineering with your specific requirements and he will help match the correct models with your situation.
Phone: 800-826-1245 Fax: 830-401-0600 - P.O. Box 2050, 960 Crossroads Blvd. Seguin, TX 78155
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Dirty Laundry Dumped In Northern California
MARYSVILLE, Calif. — Dirty laundry dumped on a highway in northern California stopped traffic and closed the roadway. The laundry, from an area medical center, was dumped when the driver of the big-rig transporting the laundry fell asleep at the wheel. The trailer jackknifed when the driver realized he’d drifted onto the shoulder and he tried to steer back onto the highway