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RFID Tag Laundry in Garment Industry  L-T3618

L-T3618 is a small RFID chip on clothing. Its small size does not cause an abrupt appearance when sewn on clothing. This RFID cloth tag is designed for commercial and industrial textile management. This RFID material fabric has the combination of washable laundry tags and RFID textile tag. It can be easily sewed or hot pressed on textiles. Moreover, this uhf laundry tag is also an chemical resistant RFID tag, it can resist common chemicals in the washing processes. Customers can use it for tracking large quantity of textile assets while keeping their costs low, improving RFID textile management.


Tag Materials

Metal Wire

Surface Materials



36 x 18 x 1.5 mm


L-T3515S: Sew in the hem or woven label
L-T3515P: Heat-sealing at 215℃@15 sec & 4bars

Heat Resistance

Washing: 90℃, 15 mins, 200 cycles
Pre-drying: 180℃, 30 mins
Ironing: 180℃, 10 sec, 200 cycles
Sterilization: 135℃, 20 mins

IP Classfication


Chemical Resistance

Normal common chemicals in the washing processes

Mechanical Resistance

60 bars


2 years or 200 washing cycles

RF Air Protocol

EPC Global Class 1 Gen2 ISO18000-6C

Operating Frequency

UHF 860-960 MHz

Environment Compatibility

Optimized in air 

Read Range

Up to 1.5 m (in air)

IC Type


Memory Configuration

EPC 96bit /128 bit

Performance test chart in Voyantic:

Product Description

In today's fast-paced world, laundry and textile management have become a crucial aspect of many industries such as hospitality, healthcare, and manufacturing. It is essential to streamline the process of handling textiles, linens, and uniforms efficiently and accurately to ensure seamless operations. Based on these needs, RTEC, the RFID tag company created RFID material for sewing  to facilitate RFID textile management.

RFID technology utilizes washable RFID tags to provide a comprehensive solution for tracking and managing textiles throughout their lifecycle. These washable laundry tags, often referred to as RFID textile tags, are designed to withstand multiple laundering cycles while maintaining their readability and functionality. This innovation has revolutionized how textiles are managed, offering numerous benefits in terms of efficiency, cost-effectiveness, and sustainability.

One of the primary advantages of using washable tags for laundry in textile management is the ability to track individual items with unparalleled accuracy. Furthermore, garment RFID tags are designed to withstand the rigors of industrial laundering processes, ensuring that they remain intact and readable after multiple cycles. This resilience not only reduces the need for frequent tag replacements but also minimizes the risk of errors in tracking, leading to overall cost savings and operational efficiency.

With RFID laundry management system, inventory counts, restocking, and retrieval of textiles become seamless tasks, eliminating manual errors and reducing labor costs associated with traditional inventory management methods.

Hoteliers can effectively track the movement of linens, monitor usage patterns, and optimize laundering processes to ensure timely availability of clean and properly maintained textiles for guests. This not only enhances the guest experience but also contributes to operational efficiency and cost control.

In the context of the hospitality industry, where the efficient management of linens and uniforms is paramount, RFID laundry management offers a transformative solution. In healthcare facilities, the implementation of RFID textile management solutions can significantly improve the tracking and traceability of medical linens, scrubs, and uniforms. With the ability to accurately monitor inventory levels and usage patterns, healthcare providers can minimize the risk of cross-contamination, ensure compliance with hygiene standards, and streamline the distribution of essential textiles throughout the facility.

From manufacturing facilities to commercial laundries, the adoption of laundry RFID solutions has proven to be a game-changer in optimizing textile management. The ability to accurately track the movement of textiles, automate processes, and integrate data analytics for informed decision-making has far-reaching implications for businesses striving to enhance operational efficiency and productivity.



  • liuchang@rfrid.com
  • 10th Building, Innovation Base, Scientific innovation District, MianYang City, Sichuan, China 621000

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