Speed Queen

Speed Queen

Speed Queen began delivering the industry’s most trusted, highest performing washers and dryers more than a century ago. And with an unwavering commitment to quality, innovation and our customers, we’ve been dedicated only to laundry ever since.

Speed Queen Stacko Washer & Dryer


Back in 1908, Joe Barlow and John Seelig, two industrious hardware store owners in Ripon, Wisconsin, USA purchased several hand-powered washing machines. After experimenting with the washing machines, the inventors devised a way to increase the machine's efficiency through high-speed gearing. The partners purchased the manufacturing rights from the company in Kansas City and Barlow & Seelig Manufacturing was born. The company produced a limited amount of washers named the "White Cloud" until 1928 when the brand name became Speed Queen. And a legend was born.

Joe Barlow and John Seelig wasted no time establishing Speed Queen’s reputation as innovators. In 1911, the company's first washer powered by an electric motor was built. In 1915, they introduced the first swinging wringer to operate in any direction. In 1922, the manufacturing of washers built with nickel-copper tubs, a first in the industry, began. And in 1939, Speed Queen traded in the nickel-copper tubs for stainless steel that is still used in our washing machines today.


It’s been a fascinating journey since our humble beginnings in 1908 as Barlow and Seelig Manufacturing. And today, as in 1908, we continually strive to build the best washers and dryers backed by the industry’s finest service and support. In 2013, we expanded our production facility by more than 20,000 square feet to add even more state-of-the-art capabilities. 2015 brought another 106,000 square foot expansion – the largest in our history – that opens the possibilities of what we can offer our customers even wider. And we continue to push the boundaries of laundry performance with groundbreaking innovations like Dynamic Balancing Technology and a revolutionary patent-pending baffle design that combine to deliver even cleaner clothes.

As a growing company with over 100 years of commercial-grade expertise, we have always and will always bring you washers and dryers that are built better to last longer. Because that’s how you make history.

Stacko Washer & Dryer

Stacker Washer Dryer


Model ATEE9ASP433XW34
Control Location (Front/Rear) Front
Electric / Gas Dryer Electric
Color White
Outer Draintub Material Stainless Steel
Cabinet Material Galvanized Steel
Tuff Guard Coated Top Yes
Door Hinge 10" Stainless Steel Hinge
Color White
Cylinder Material Commercial Steel
Secured Lint Filter Plastic
Cylinder Light Yes
Reversible Door Yes
Height (mm) 1986
Width (mm) 683
Depth (mm) 704
Overall Depth with Door and Hose 794 mm
Shipping Weight 193 kg
Drum Capacity 10.5 kg/ 96.8 L
Drum Opening 180 Degrees
Drum Capacity 9 kg / 198 L
Electrical Requirements 220V- 240V/50/1
Breaker Size 15 Amp
Full Load AMPs 6 Amp
Motor Size 0.9 HP
Motor Speeds Variable Speed Induction
Electrical Requirements 220V- 240V/50/1
Breaker Size 30 Amp
Full Load AMPs 20 Amp
Electric Heating Wattage 4000 Watt
Motor Size HP 1/3 HP
Preset Cycles 9
Average Water Consumption 44.3 L
Preset Cycles 7
Max Spin Speed - RPM 1200
G-Force 440
Fill Hoses Included Yes
Automatic Balancing System Yes
Rear Self-Leveling Legs Yes
Variable Water Level Selector Yes
Extra Rinse Option Yes
Bleach Dispenser Yes
Fabric Softener Dispenser Yes
Favorite Cycles Yes
Time Remaining Display Yes
Third Rinse Yes
End of Cycle Signal Yes
Prewash Yes
Soak Yes
Delay Start Yes
Temp Selections 4
Soil Level Selection Yes
Automatic Dry Cycles 4
Multiple Vent Options Yes
Heavy-Duty 220 cfm Exhaust Fan Yes
Quiet, Efficient Blower Yes
Adjustable End-of-Cycle Buzzer Yes
Extended Tumble Yes
ADA Compliant No
Favorite Cycles Yes
Time Remaining Display Yes
Temperature Selections 4
Moisture Sensor Yes
Anti-Wrinkle Yes
EcoDry Yes