Never lose track of laundry bundles again. With on-demand printing for variable data, let banding help you sort, bundle, and personalize laundry stacks.
Commercial laundry, whether it be for the hotel industry, hospitals, restaurants, uniforms, etc. depend on order and consistency. Laundry can be messy…but with banding, you can unitize textiles quickly and efficiently. We understand there are a lot of factors here. Laundry stacks are not always uniform and can come in different sizes and materials. And what about uniforms that may need to be noted for end user, size, barcode, etc. Banding has you covered.
Traditional bundling methods for the laundry industry include sticky adhesives and wasteful plastic bags. By switching your process to banding, it’s been proven to cut laundry packaging costs per bundle in half. This not only reduces your material costs, but also your carbon footprint, production times, and labor costs. Banding in the laundry industry is also much safer for the end user. No sharp objects are needed to remove those cumbersome plastic bags or shrink wrap, which eliminates the risk of injury, and damage to the product.
Whether you’re looking for a simpler, stand-alone system for lower volumes, or a fully automated system to eliminate manual processes and increase speeds, we offer laundry packaging machines that fit your every need. Bundling laundry stacks with a paper band allow for easy removal of the band by the end user while guaranteeing a strong seal for added security.
We offer thermal transfer printing for track-and-trace, so your laundry stacks end up in the right hands every time. Especially with higher volumes, it’s easy to mix up stacks and deliver to the wrong individual, or have products slip and separate from items that belong together. Print custom data on-demand such as QR codes, customer information, sizes, lot numbers, barcodes, etc.
With automated laundry banding systems, you get unitizing and variable data printing all in one step. Depending on your needs, we even offer options within automated systems such as stack compression, double banding for larger products, cross-banding, stack measuring, and more.