Tuesday, December 12, Inwatec was honored with the award as ‘2019 Robotics Company of the Year’ from Odense Robotics cluster. Inwatec was one of six finalists together with Blue Ocean Robotics, KOBOTS, Lorenz Technology, Mobile Industrial Robots, and Robot Nordic. Given the strong field, it was a very proud CEO of Inwatec, Mads Andresen, who went on stage to receive...More
Two mat rollers with additional sorting and a big “sombrero” from Inwatec has helped Berendsen Finland while they have tripled their mat production capacity. So tells Kim Nordberg, who as...More
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Sorting and packing
Today there are an increasing number of automation solutions and special robots that free employees from the most monotonous and repetitive tasks. This also includes the handling of small textiles. At the Danish laundry company DFD, one of Inwatec’s bag handling and packing systems was recently installed, which is mainly used for their very successful Viima cleaning products.
After generations of focusing on optimizing earnings laundries have focused more on the overall sustainability of their production over the past few years. Today, the well-being of the employees and
Alsco, in Padova, Italy, has customers from many different industries, such as food, automotive, and pharmaceutical companies. Common to all of them is that they demand high efficiency and traceability. That’s why the management at Alsco was very interested in how technology could solve the challenges using X-ray, RFID reader, and automatic sorting.
Manually inspecting the pockets of work clothes is a costly and time-consuming process at many laundries. This was also the case at Victor Vask, which services the Danish island of Bornholm. Therefore director and owner Kenn Ivan Kjellberg did not hesitate when he found an alternative: the X-ray scanner from Inwatec.
Unifirst Corporation, one of North America’s largest workwear and textile service companies, identified the Inwatec mat rolling system as a solution to increase productivity, improve workflow efficiency and enhance safety for team partners.
Three weeks ago Mikkel Pavia Hansen joined us for a three months internship within his ‘automationsteknolog’ studies at UCL Odense. As an automation technician, Mikkel is about to become an expert in automating processes through programming and robotics. Therefore we are pleased Mikkel has decided for us to gain first practical experiences in software programming
The new decade will hopefully bring us many new employees. We already started successfully with Erik Stougaard Andersen who joined us on the 6th of January. He adds on more manpower to our technician team in the workshop and we are happy to have welcomed him as the first new employee in 2020. Erik is
We are inviting to our Open House & Friday Bar Event on January 24th, 2020 from 13:00 to 15:00 at Hvidkærvej 30 in 5250 Odense SV! Being named “Robotics Company of the Year 2019” by the Odense Robotics CEO network is truly a cause for celebration and we would love all who are interested to
At the end of November, another young Laudrynerd joined our workshop team. Christian Birch is 19 years old and will stay with us for at least a year during his so-called EGU education, mainly helping with the assemblage of all our machines. He has a fascinating passion for steel and everything that can be created
“Put simply, Inwatec solves our problems."
"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
“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.