Basic Examples

.four.columns
.four.columns
.four.columns
.three.columns
.six.columns
.three.columns
.two.columns
.eight.columns
.two.columns
.one
.eleven.columns
.two.columns
.ten.columns
.three.columns
.nine.columns
.four.columns
.eight.columns
.five.columns
.seven.columns
.six.columns
.six.columns
.seven.columns
.five.columns
.eight.columns
.four.columns
.nine.columns
.three.columns
.ten.columns
.two.columns
.eleven.columns
.one
.twelve.columns

Note: In order to work around browsers' different rounding behaviours, Foundation will float the last column in a row to the right so the edge aligns. If your row doesn't have a count that adds up to 12 columns, you can tag the last column with class="end" in order to override that behaviour.

This won't work by default in IE8 since it doesn't support :after but you can simply add a new class to override this if you run into this problem.

.four.columns
.four.columns
.four.columns
.four.columns.end

Nesting Support

The grid allows for nesting down as far as you'd like, though at a certain point it will get absurd. You can use this nesting to create quite complex layouts, as well as some other tricks like form layouts or visual elements.

.twelve
.four
.four
.four
.four
.four
.four

Offsets

Offsets allow you to create additional space between columns in a row. The offsets run from offset-by-one all the way up to offset-by-eleven. Like the rest of the grid, they're nestable.

.one
.eleven.columns
.one
.ten.columns.offset-by-one
.one
.nine.columns.offset-by-two
.one
.eight.columns.offset-by-three
.seven.columns.offset-by-five
.six.columns.offset-by-six
.five.columns.offset-by-seven
.four.columns.offset-by-eight

Centered Columns

Centered columns are placed in the middle of the row. This does not center their content, but centers the grid element itself. This is a convenient way to make sure a block is centered, even if you change the number of columns it contains. Note: There cannot be any other column blocks in the row for this to work.

.one.columns.centered
.two.columns.centered
.three.columns.centered
.four.columns.centered
.five.columns.centered
.six.columns.centered
.seven.columns.centered
.eight.columns.centered
.nine.columns.centered
.ten.columns.centered
.eleven.columns.centered
.twelve.columns.centered

Source Ordering

Sometimes within the grid you want the order of your markup to not necessarily be the same as the order items are flowed into the grid. Using our source ordering classes, .push-#/pull-#, you can shift columns around on desktops and tablets. On phones, the grid will still be linearized into the order of the markup.

The syntax supports push and pull for two to ten columns, and is added directly to the columns themselves.

.two.columns
.ten.columns (last)
.three.columns
.nine.columns (last)
.four.columns
.eight.columns (last)
.five.columns
.seven.columns (last)
.six.columns
.six.columns (last)
.seven.columns
.five.columns (last)
.eight.columns
.four.columns (last)
.nine.columns
.three.columns (last)
.ten.columns
.two (last)

Mobile Grid

The grid has two modes of adapting for small displays like phones. The first requires no work at all — the grid will linearize on a small device so your columns stack vertically. This is useful to quickly adapt a desktop layout to a simple scrolling mobile layout. When you're creating your layout you can optionally attach classes that take your existing grid elements and attach them to a four column phone grid.

.three.mobile-one.columns
.nine.mobile-three.columns
.six.mobile-two.columns
.six.mobile-two.columns
.nine.mobile-three.columns
.three.mobile-one.columns

Additional Information

Electrical System
Today's Speed Queen washer-extractors are dual phase machines and work in both single-phase and three-phase electrical configurations. Most models are 220 Volt, although there are a few models that work in a 110V application.

Activation
Activation optionsSpeed Queen washer-extractors can be activated or started using coins, cards, or push-to-start (non-metered).
Coin and card applications are mainly used in laundromats, while non-metered washers are used in other industrial / commercial applications such as hotels, motels, salons, gyms, campgrounds, etc.

Control Type
Speed Queen washer-extractors have the most advanced control features in the industry. Speed Queen calls their controls "Quantum." The Quantum Controls come in three different levels:

  • Quantum Gold
    Has the features of the Quantum Silver controls, but adds: Wireless Networking, Profitability Reports, Customer Selected Price Modifiers, Computer Audit, Computer Programming, Auto Dispenser Flush, Auto Shutdown Assistant, Break-In Alarm, Drop Off Mode, Lucky Cycle, OPL Mode, Power Saving Mode, Remote Vend.
  • Quantum Silver
    Main features are Multi-Level Pricing, Pause and Resume, Slow Drain Detection, Water Leak Detection.
  • Quantum Standard
    Only available on some non-metered washer-extractors, this control panel offers basic machine management with reliability and energy efficiency.
  • Control options

    Extraction
    G-Force is used to compare washer extraction speed and moisture removal. The higher the G-Force, the more water is removed during extraction. When more water is removed during the wash load, the load will dry faster.
    While machines get more expensive the higher the G-Force, high extraction leads to increased throughput and lower dryer gas bills.

    Side Panels
    Speed Queen washer-extractors come with either stainless steel or vinyl clad side panels. Most customers purchase models with vinyl clad panels because their durability is similar to stainless steel, but are offered at a lower price point.

    Networked
    With Quantum Gold, you can wirelessly connect your equipment through your wi-fi network. What that means for you is that you can program, monitor, audit, and diagnose your networked machines from any Internet-linked computer, anywhere in the world. With up-to-the-minute data on store activity, you can make the most informed business decisions regarding pricing, service needs, advertising, and promotions.

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    Electrical System
    Today's Speed Queen softmount washer-extractors are dual phase machines and work in both single-phase and three-phase electrical configurations. Most models are available in 220V or 440V.

    Activation
    Activation optionsSpeed Queen softmount washer-extractors are non-metered and are activated with a push-to-start button. Non-metered washers are used in industrial / commercial applications such as hotels, motels, salons, gyms, campgrounds, etc.

    Control Type
    Speed Queen softmount washer-extractors up to 70 lbs. come with the QED Select control. This control has 99 preset programs, multi-lingual support, and customizable wash programs. The display allows users to follow the status of every phase of the wash cycle and make changes at any time for maximum efficiency.

    Control optionsThe 90 and 125 lb. washer-extractors come with a Micro Control, which has a graphical display and features such as cycle programming, delayed start, error counters, and error log.

    Extraction
    G-Force is used to compare washer extraction speed and moisture removal. The higher the G-Force, the more water is removed during extraction. When more water is removed during the wash load, the load will dry faster.
    While machines get more expensive the higher the G-Force, high extraction leads to increased throughput and lower dryer gas bills.

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    Activation
    Activiation optionsSpeed Queen's single pocket tumble dryers can be activated using coins, cards, or push-to-start (non-metered). Coin and card-operated machines are used in laundromats, while non-metered dryers are used in industrial / commercial applications such as hotels, motels, salons, gyms, campgrounds, etc.

    Control Type
    Speed Queen offers their revolutionary Quantum Gold system on their single pocket tumblers, as well as more basic control options.

  • Quantum Gold
    Designed to reduce expenses and maximize revenue, Quantum Gold combines equipment controls, programming, reporting, wireless networking, and much more, into one full-store management system. This is available for both metered and non-metered applications.
    Quantum Gold can be equipped with an optional moisture sensor (Over-Dry Prevention Technology, or OPT), to prevent over drying, which saves time and energy.
  • Micro-Display Control (MDC)
    The Micro Display Control allows for manual programming and the LED panel displays vend price and time remaining in the dry cycle. Metered applications only.
  • Dual Digital Control
    Only available on non-metered equipment, the Dual Digital Control features one touch cycle repeat, automatic extended tumble, and a large digital countdown display.
  • Control options

    Heater
    Speed Queen single pocket tumblers come in gas, electric, and steam models.

    Reversing
    A reversing cylinder ensures even drying and prevents tangles for easy removal of loads.

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    Activation
    Activation optionsSpeed Queen's stack tumble dryers can be activated using coins, cards, or push-to-start (non-metered). Coin and card-operated machines are used in laundromats, while non-metered dryers are used in industrial / commercial applications such as hotels, motels, salons, gyms, campgrounds, etc.

    Control Type
    Speed Queen offers their revolutionary Quantum Gold system on their stack tumblers, as well as more basic control options.

  • Quantum Gold
    Designed to reduce expenses and maximize revenue, Quantum Gold combines equipment controls, programming, reporting, wireless networking, and much more, into one full-store management system. This is available for both metered and non-metered applications.
    Quantum Gold can be equipped with an optional moisture sensor (Over-Dry Prevention Technology, or OPT), to prevent over drying, which saves time and energy.
  • Micro-Display Control (MDC)
    The Micro Display Control allows for manual programming and the LED panel displays vend price and time remaining in the dry cycle. Metered applications only.
  • Dual Digital Control
    Only available on non-metered equipment, the Dual Digital Control features one touch cycle repeat, automatic extended tumble, and a large digital countdown display.
  • Control options

    Heater
    Speed Queen stack tumblers come in gas, electric, and steam models.

    Networked
    With Quantum Gold, your equipment can be networked, allowing you to program, monitor, and control your store remotely.

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