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Clothing ID Label System for laundry/linen operations
Apr '10
Stahls' Hotronix, manufacturer of the world's most innovative and technologically advanced heat presses, announces that they have partnered with Names Made to create the Clothing ID Label System which is a garment tracking solution for laundry/linen operations.

The Clothing ID Label System is a turn-key solution for creating labels and barcodes that can be heat applied to garments to reduce lost or missing items. Nursing homes, dry cleaners, camps, hospitals, hotels, and many other operations with large scale laundry facilities can benefit greatly from this system.

The system retails for $1,595 and includes a 6" x 6" Hotronix heat press, Names Made portable label printer, five Names Made fabric label cartridges, four Names Made pressure-sensitive label cartridges, one Teflon® cover sheet, FREE lifetime technical support, and an unsurpassed warranty.

The Names Made labels have been washed and dried over 300 times in an industrial setting and dry cleaned over 100 times. In addition, they have been successfully tested on more than 9,000 articles of clothing. The labels are soft, non-irritating and can be heat applied to almost any fabric type including delicate undergarments. They will not fade or fray. The label system saves time as it eliminates searching for missing garments and is very cost efficient. Users can create labels with names or bar codes and can easily implement them into various systems including dry cleaning software.

The entire Clothing ID Label System, along with a Hotronix brand heat press, is now available exclusively through Stahls' Hotronix.

Stahls' Hotronix is the world leader specializing the development and manufacturing of heat presses for garment decorating and logo personalization. Stahls' Hotronix is located in Carmichael, PA with GroupeSTAHL operations located throughout North and South America, Europe, Asia, and Australia.

Stahls' Hotronix

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