OPTIMISED AVAILABILITY OF GARMENTS – AROUND THE CLOCK
The new garment hand-out from Kannegiesser, which distinguishes itself by its reliability, versatility and optimization possibilities.
The Kannegiesser garment dispensing system DressCare Select allows an exchange of workwear at any time around the clock and records all activities of dispensing and returning the garments. The garment storage and transport circle keeps a certain amount of workwear available and is characterised by reliability, speed, versatility, flexibility and its various possibilities to improve the efficiency of the classical garment dispensing.
Fully tailored to your application
High pollution loads. Preservation of the protective function. Textile variety in a modern design. These requirements are handled daily! Kannegiesser solutions help you to provide your customers with fresh workwear punctually and reliably.
Do you handle a wide range of linen for the healthcare sector? The professional preparation of those textiles requires a reproducible hygiene process. With Kannegiesser you are on the safe side!
Exchange workwear at any time around the clock
Garment dispensing integrated into the logistic process of the laundry
DressCare Select is a self-contained unit that automatically acquires, stores and distributes garments. The storage size of the garment dispensing circle varies from approximately 500 to 2000 articles (expendable with more garment storage circles). The System controls all garments in circulation. The participating garments are all equipped with RFID chips. The complete chain of activities – the feeding into the system, the dispensing out of the system and the return of the worn garment – is recorded and stored in an evaluable database. Thanks to the data marriage and the complete connection of the DressCare Select System to the laundry, easy handling and controlling of all garments is guaranteed.
- Acquires, stores and distributes garments
- For approx. 500 to 2000 articles (expandable)
- Data Base integration via RFID chips in the garments
- Data marriage between the system and the laundry