Welcome To Tailwind Systems


Don Desrosiers has been in the laundry and drycleaning industry since 1978. As a work-flow systems engineer and efficiency expert, he has created the highly acclaimed Tailwind Shirt System, the Tailwind System for Drycleaning, Firestorm for Restoration Drycleaning, the Tailwind System for Automated Assembly and Tailwind for Hotel Valet.

Clean Show 2017


Six Myths About Tailwind Systems…


logo1- Tailwind is not about tags.  Only a fraction of Tailwind clients use the “old-fashioned” tagging and assembly system.  Although there is, indeed, a very popular and well know Tailwind “tagging” system, not all Tailwind Systems users are using tags.  Every plant benefits from the Tailwind System

2- Tailwind is of no use if you are using Barcodes.  FALSE!!!  Plant owners and managers that use bar codes, Metal Progetti, assisted assembly and other high-tech methods are jumping onto the Tailwind bandwagon every day!  Why?  Because Tailwind is a management system that includes the best reporting in the industry, the best management tools and the best management system ever devised.  In fact, by the end of 2017, it is expected that there will be more Tailwind clients using barcodes and automated assembly than the Tailwind Assembly system.  This is because barcode plants are the fastest growing segment of the market and they need to be efficient too!

PONY – Clean Show 2017



Pony has reworked their Eagle shirt press and have aptly renamed it Eagle 2.0.  The Italian gentleman that demonstrated it for me at the show speaks clear English, so that video can work as a training video.

PONY has also introduced the DB-360.  Both of these units are feature-packed and well worth a look.  Check out the movies.

Itsumi – Clean Show 2017


Itsumi has continued to improve their unique semi-circle double buck.  This machine is fun to operate and is a double buck that may fit in places where you couldn’t fit another style of double buck.  Couple this with their new quad collar machine and you really got something.  Most notable is Itsumi’s unique back pull-down.  When you activate it, the hold-down pulls down on the shirt and then a vacuum holds it down.  The back hold pulls back so there is no chance of a leave-off mark or any kind of imprint.  This is nice!

Unipress – Clean Show 2017


Unipress brought their HS series shirt units to the next level with hardcore software changes and critical tweaks.  Some of the software tweaks show up visually on their color display:

Notable are the additions of a small shirt program setting and the Green-Yellow-Red productivity indicators made famous by Wesvic’s PieceCounter and Tailwind’s FlightPlan for Profits PRO-flex III.  Furthermore, the machine can now be updated as Unipress sees fit by means of software upgrades.

The cuff holder on the cuff clamps is narrower now.  This simple tweak makes the cuffs much easier to position properly and it is much harder to get your fingers “bitten” by the closing clamp.

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