B2K UHF CABINET
An RFID uniform tracking system, it can hold up to 450 garments in a limited space. To withdraw a uniform, the user must identify him or herself with their ID, which could be in the form of a security pass, fingerprint recognition or a PIN number. The system quickly reads the UHF codes on the stock in the dispenser and shows what is available on the screen. The cabinet then unlocks, allowing the user to pick up a garment and their record is updated. The same happens for the soiled uniforms that are returned, as the system automatically and seamlessly records their deposit, thereby updating the user’s record.
The company can keep tabs on how frequently employees change uniforms, what the stock levels are, what needs to be replenished in the cabinet and prevents waste or theft.
UHF Cabinet is a RFID uniform tracking system that can hold up to 450 garments in a limited space.
THE STANDARD HOTEL
The Standard’s brand new 5-star hotel, located in the heart of London’s Kings Cross, required a uniform conveyor solution to efficiently store and manage staff uniforms.
Hôpitaux Universitaires de Genève (HUG) required a fully automated system that could withstand the thousands of uniform items being processed in the hospital each day.
NOBU HOTEL LONDON MAYFAIR
Based on Nobu’s requirements, Metalprogetti UK identified the B2K Smart Locker as the most appropriate solution. It’s incredibly simple to operate, fast and easy to load and offload garments.
INTERCONTINENTAL HOTELS GROUP
InterContinental London Park Lane required a conveyor system that was able to handle in the region 3000 items in their uniform room, whilst generating more available space to allow for the sorting of garments.