A recent story by industry leaders RFID Journal focuses on our sorting system, co-developed with Datamars, which enables industrial laundry companies to track the washing process of customers' uniforms, mats and linens automatically. The story is a follow-up to the introduction of this sorting system last fall. Read the complete story on the RFID Journal website.
An article posted last year in the Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, entitlted "Enclothed Cognition", describes the systematic influence that clothes have on the wearer's psychological processes. It found and captured the diverse impact that clothes can have on the wearer by proposing that enclothed cognition involves two independent factors—the symbolic meaning of the clothes and the physical experience of wearing them. It is a very interesting story and well worth the read. You can read, and purchase, the complete article on the Science Direct website.
In the past, cleaning focused solely on using chemicals. Now, a higher value is placed on factors such as chemical-free cleaning, water and energy conservation, time, labor, and employee and occupant safety. Microfiber cleaning, using cloths and mops, can help achieve that. The combination of the right tools, products and outcome-monitoring can improve the cleaning process with less water, chemicals and employee strain.
Microfiber has long been associated with chemical-free or limited-chemical cleaning. Microfiber’s effective when used dry or with water because it cleans surfaces mechanically, not chemically, by scraping them with microscopic precision.
Learn more about our Microfiber plans and solutions.
A recent article in RFID Journal, a publication dedicated to radio frequency identification, detailed the partnership between Datamars Inc., and a pair of laundry companies.
The article features comments from Scott Meyer, Owner of Village Services in Kearney, NE, and Daryl Kuna, Vice President of Sales for Datamars in Woburn, MA. The story centers around how Meyer used RFID chips to help grow Village Services’ industrial business. Meyer also started RFID Laundry Consultant, Inc. to help other textile services companies implement the same system in their facilities to further improve uniform, mat, and linen sorting, as well as record keeping. The article features Swiss Cleaners & Uniform Services, located in CT, to help detail the process.
The full article is posted on the RFID Journal website.