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RFID Laundry Management

 

      RFID technology brings new changes to the laundry industry. Laundry tags can help identify and record the cleaning time, cleaning requirements, customer information, and cleaning frequency of items, reducing the error rate of traditional manual operations and greatly improving management efficiency.

 

It is suitable for laundry management, uniform rental management, clothing in/out management, military clothing and textile management, police clothing management, hospital linen and washing management, and other fields.

What Makes Up an RFID System?

RFID Laundry tags Features

 

 

▷ More than 200 wash cycles, Both material and design have been tested for reliability,100% function tested.

 

▷ Multiple sizes for customers to choose, Soft material, can be customzied

 

▷ Can withstand 180°C high temperature,and stick under 60 bar pressure.

 

▷ It can be fixed by sewing

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Step 1: Tagging

 

Each piece of laundry is tagged with an RFID tag that contains a unique identification number. These tags can be sewn into the fabric or attached using adhesive or clips.

 

Step 2: Sorting

 

Once the laundry is tagged, it is sorted into specific categories, such as bed linens, towels, or uniforms. This helps to ensure that each item is tracked and processed correctly.

 

Step 3: Washing

 

During the washing process, the RFID tags are able to withstand high temperatures and harsh chemicals, allowing the laundry to be processed as normal.

 

Step 4: Reading

 

After the laundry has been washed and dried, it is then scanned using an RFID reader. The reader is able to read the unique identification number on each tag, which is linked to a specific piece of laundry.

 

Step 5: Tracking

 

The RFID system tracks each piece of laundry as it moves through the facility. This includes tracking the time it takes to process each item, the number of times it has been laundered, and when it is due to be replaced.

 

Step 6: Reporting

 

The data collected by the RFID system is then analyzed and used to create reports that help laundry managers make informed decisions about their operations. This includes identifying areas for improvement, optimizing inventory levels, and reducing costs.

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