In the 126-year-old company Huebsch Services, located in Eau Claire, Wisconsin, USA, ongoing efforts are being made to update the processes to ensure satisfied customers. In this interest, President and CEO Jim Vaudreuil visited Inwatec in Denmark. Even though Huebsch Services has a long history and a lot of clients going decades back in time, Jim Vaudreuil is sure that it is necessary to always keep an eye on the development of the machines used in the production.More
On January 1, 2018, JENSEN-GROUP, one of the world's leading companies in the laundry industry, is acquiring 30% of the ownership of Inwatec ApS.
JENSEN-GROUP's interest in Inwatec arises from JENSEN-GROUP's wish to extend the range of automation solutions and artificial intelligence in the laundry industry.More
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Sorting and packing
Inwatec’s sorting lines are build to fulfill each customers’ needs. Thanks to modular design, the single machines can be added to a whole system according to specific wishes. In this
We are happy to announce, that the Inwatec X-ray system is now a huge step closer to the French customers, and we are now taking orders for expected delivery in
Find the detailed interview and videos of the setup at MåtteXpressen at the end of this article. CEO Benjamin Rasmussen In the late autumn 2017, the Danish Mat Service-company MåtteXpressen
Nails, screws, and tools have caused considerable damage to the washing machines in the German laundry Textilservice Liebhardt GmbH & Co. KG, Biberach in the past years. The investment in
Nails, screws, and tools have caused considerable damage to the washing machines in the German laundry Textilservice Liebhardt GmbH & Co. KG, Biberach in the past years. The investment in an Inwatec X-ray system dramatically changed that, and recently, Liebhardt’s machine was upgraded with new AI software to further reduce the error rate.
Meet the two newest members of our Laundrynerd-family: Henrik and Benjamin! Henrik Østergaard Pedersen is 34 years old and started at Inwatec’s project department in mechanical construction in the beginning
We are inviting to the third edition of our Open House and some after-work beers on 16th of March at 15:00. Plus, we want to inaugurate our new table tennis
Meet Allan Schmeltz, who is one of our new Laundrynerds: He works as a technician at Inwatec since the beginning of March 2018. Allan has a versatile working background, which
Mads Vestergaard Jensen, 23, and Anders Foldager Bay Jensen, 22, are our two new full-time interns from University of Southern Denmark in Odense (SDU). They are both in their sixth
Service and tutorials
The operator can accept manually the garment, even if it was rejected by the software and prevents therefore a sorting out the certain garment. ‘Reject’ (red) and ‘Accept’ (green) buttons
A trolley with mats is placed inside the machine Switch the machine on The unloading process runs automatically The mats get pulled out of the trolley And are unloaded until
Below you will find different tutorials on how to operate and make adjustments to your Mat Roll Machines. Feel free to contact us anytime via mail if you miss anything.
Mats that tend to cone, can be handled with a trick Put the coning side of the mat slightly higher and re-roll the mat This will adjust for effects that
“The automatic Roll Machine has increased our productivity and together with Inwatec, more improvements are to come.”
CWS Holland is using the Mat Roll Machine with Binding.
"I am quite pleased working with Inwatec as innovative partner. Quality is the keyword from the start. Our wishes and ideas are taken seriously, and Inwatec is doing their outmost to fulfill and develop all our ideas."
MidtVask is using the Inwatec Towel Binder & Sorting.
“The Roll Machine works fantastic, and has improved both quality and productivity for DBL-Staufer. Working with Inwatec is easy and the outcome is a succes.”
DBL-Staufer is using the Standard Mat Roll Machine.
“The Inwatec Roll Machine has optimized our production, saving the company for 3 working hours per day, and our staff is very happy, as the machine saves them for a lot of manually and heavy work."
Decoclean is using the Standard Mat Roll Machine.
"The Inwatec Storage System works very well. Before installing the machine we had a huge logistical problem due to the high amount of different mats. Now the problem is solved - it is possible to load and unload the mats at the same point which shortens the work path for our employees. The error rate got minimized - thanks to the RFID chip technology we are now always able to find the correct mat. Another benefit for us is that the storage system is easy to use for all our employees. We are very happy with the Inwatec machine. "
Matten Schäfer installed the Inwatec Storage System.
“Put simply, Inwatec solve our problems, and from this perspective, the company is a small but important partner.
We work together with some of the world’s largest laundry-manufacturers, and we are investing in the most advanced equipment on the market. Inwatec helps to close a large part of the gaps that still are in the processes. ” says Ove Belsvik who focus on weeding out the physically demanding and manpower-intensive processes, because labor is in short supply in Norway.
"There are many repetitive movements in a laundry, and I have been incredibly happy to lessen these tasks. Our 85 employees are also excited and proud to be in a company investing in modern technology. I do not doubt that the future offers solutions and opportunities that I have never thought about."
Textilservice Liebhardt GmbH&Co.KG invested into an X-ray system
"Apart from helping us emptying the pockets, the setup also sorts the garments into nine different categories to pick the right washing or cleaning process. In that part of the equation, there is no doubt that the machine makes fewer errors than a human would do, and the speed is also higher and with fewer stops than a person could handle."
Fornet included an Inwatec X-Ray scanner as well as RFID based sorting system