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We are super excited to announce Maytag Commercial Laundry has released a brand new 8.5Kg Top Load Washer!

Designed and built in Maytag’s dedicated assembly line in there Clyde, Ohio manufacturing facility, this Top Load Washer has been redesigned from the Ground Up.

More then just a minor cosmetic change, this Commercial Washer has been redesigned from the feet up, its got a bigger 1/2-HP PSC motor,  new thicker heavy duty cabinet, triple Lip Cartridge Seal with Garter Spring & Redesigned Weep Hole and Premium Bearings to name just a few of the upgrades.

We have put this new Maytag commercial top load washer through its paces in the Aussie Outback, and it stands up to the test!
Having tested this new MAT20MN with small and large loads full of everything from table clothes to PPE Work Gear we know this tough washer will handle whatever you can throw at it, so that downtime? It’s a thing of the past now.

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  • The traditional, flex-vane agitator utilizes three distinct wash profiles to create outstanding load turnover.
  • Optimized with deep-water wash and rinse cycles for vigorous cleaning action.
  • Industrial-strength front panel is built from heavy, galvanized steel and features mounting clips and a support bracket to make it easy to remove and replace.
  • The premium porcelain enamel top and lid possess a durable finish that stands up to the demands of a high-traffic commercial laundry environment.
  • Intuitive diagnostics help streamline service calls.
  • Easy-to-remove, industrial-strength front panel provides quick access to internal components.

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