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Silicone RFID Laundry Tag

Laundry Management Lf Hf Uhf Silicone Rfid Laundry

Labels Tags Nylon Epoxy Laundry

Type: VT-L01

Reading Distance: 3 m

Chip: Alien H3

Working Frequency:  UHF 840~960MHZ

Protocol: ISO18ooo-6C

Crafts Available:  laser printing logo, numbers, QR code, bar code.

 Label installation method:Seaming

Products Parameters:

Products size 56*13*2.2mm or customized
weight 1.5g
materials PPS,Silicone,Fabric
Working Temperature -40~+160(160/20minutes)
Storage temperature -40~+160(160/20minutes)
Chip to Choose TK4100,M1,H3,U7
Reading range 0-3m
Color Blue, red, black, white (others customizable)
Craft Logo printing, laser number printing


RFID silicone laundry tags are extensively utilized in harsh environments such as laundry facilities, automotive and motor maintenance identification, chemical manufacturing, and other locations requiring resistance to high temperatures, corrosion, and water. These tags use RFID technology to track their location, ensuring efficient inventory management and asset tracking.


1. Durable: The silicone material used in UHF RFID laundry tags is flexible and durable, which makes it suitable for use in harsh laundering conditions.

2. High read range: The UHF RFID technology used in these tags provides a longer read range compared to other RFID frequency ranges, which makes it suitable for laundry and textile tracking applications.

3. Resistance to water and chemicals: The silicone material used in these tags is resistant to water, chemicals, and high temperatures, which makes it suitable for use in commercial and industrial laundry settings.

The development process of RFID laundry tags is as follows:

1. Early Research (1990s): The early research on RFID technology primarily focused on the fields of logistics and inventory management. Academia and industry began exploring how RFID tags could be used to track and manage items. However, the application scope was limited due to the limitations of radio frequency technology and tag costs.
2. Standardization and Commercialization (2000s): With the continuous advancement of radio frequency technology and cost reduction, RFID tags started to find applications in various sectors, including retail, logistics, manufacturing, and healthcare. Standards, such as the EPCglobal standard, were established to promote the commercialization and widespread adoption of RFID technology.
3. Application in the Laundry Industry (2010s): RFID laundry tags gradually gained traction in the laundry industry. These tags are typically designed to be water-resistant and withstand high temperatures to accommodate the laundry process environment. Laundry companies can use RFID tags to track and manage garments, improving logistics efficiency and accuracy.
4. Further Technological Improvements (Recent Years): With ongoing technological advancements, RFID laundry tags have become smaller, more durable, and capable of longer reading distances and faster data transmission. Some tags also integrate sensor functionality to monitor garment temperature, humidity, and other parameters.
5. Other Innovative Applications: In addition to garment tracking and management, RFID laundry tags have found applications in other areas. For example, some smart washing machines can recognize RFID tags and automatically select appropriate washing programs. Furthermore, some laundry service providers use RFID tags to offer customized and personalized garment services.
In summary, the development of RFID laundry tags has progressed from early research to standardization and commercialization. With improved technology and cost reductions, these tags have been widely adopted in the laundry industry, with further innovations and developments expected in the future.


1.Widely used for hospital, nursing homes, military uniforms management,hospitality and garment industries to reduce manual laundry sorting and provide accurate wash count records.
2.Flexible, multifarious attachment methods to choose and easy to operate. RFID tags sewn into each textile to help the company take inventory faster, more efficiently, and daily.
3.Companies that rent textiles have the unique opportunity to learn about their customers through the RFID tags on the rented textiles. Sewing RFID tags into textiles helps document information such as previous renter, rent date, and rent duration. Keeping these records can help the company understand item popularity, item history, and customer preferences.
4.Increased security: the laundry tag can help to increse the security of laundry operations by providing real-time tracking and monitoring of the inventory.

Silicone RFID Laundry Tag


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