Workwear & Uniforms



Workwear is used for many hours and is often in washing machines and dryers. Items should retain their form and colour for a long time as well as maintain their varied functions, even after frequent wear and the many washes.

Track and trace barcode labeling.

When workwear is prepared in commercial laundries, processes like sorting to specific washing and drying procedures must be followed. Manufacturers and suppliers of workwear can use a label that has been specially developed for professional laundries to ensure that the clothing is optimally treated.
As the washing procedures in commercial laundries are much more complex than those in domestic laundry and as each laundry uses individual washing procedures, results can differ substantially between them.
The different treatment conditions in industrial laundries compared to domestic laundries primarily result from the size of the machine, the organisation of the washing procedure, the use of detergents and auxiliary agents, and efficient drying methods placing great demands on the label.


Heat seal labels onto linen to track and trace.

Before RFID took hold on uniform tracking, barcode was the main semi-automated solution for uniform and laundry management systems. Even though RFID provides much more efficient and automated tracking, barcode solutions are still used in many industries such as in hotels for uniform and linen inventory management as well as in commercial dry cleaner facilities.
Barcode solutions are a great option for low volume low cost deployments for smaller entities, mainly because the hardware component costs are much lower. The labels are typically less costly than RFID tags and barcode scanners are cheaper than RFID readers.

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