Garment Processing Service Cycle


  • 1. Pick Up

    Your Customer Sales Representative carries a device to facilitate any service adjustment requests. The invoice is completed on the device allowing your CSR to make requested adjustments on-site. An authorized signature is then captured.

  • 2. Garments Arrive At Facility

    Soiled garments are pushed into facility by your Customer Sales Representative with RFID tags.

  • 3. Cart Identification

    3. Cart Identification

  • 4. Place Into Scan Machine

    The cart is pushed into the bulk RFID scan machine to record quantity picked up.

  • 5. Garment In-Scanned

    Each garment is pulled from the cart and scanned into the RFID reader and individually inspected.

  • 6. Soil Inspection

    100% inspection for any necessary repairs and sorted by customers’ specified processing needs in ISO Class 8 controlled environment. Process performed on light tables to help inspector quickly identify actionable items.

  • 7. Priority Repair Station

    Prudential is committed to maximizing garment inventory life. PCS’ documented repair process fulfills this commitment, and repairs are logged into the system through RFID.

  • 8. Wash

    PCS developed a customized pass through washing machine design which moves garments into the ISO Class 4 controlled environment after laundering. Washer internal drum surface areas are 316L stainless steel with Teflon seals and bearings. Deionized water is delivered through PVDF system. Computerized liquid injection system. Special processing requirements with segmented loads.

  • 9. Dry

    Exclusively developed PCS customized pass through dryer design allows garments to move garments directly into ISO Class 3 cleanroom controlled environment. Dryer internal drum surfaces are 316L stainless steel with Teflon seals and bearings. Temperature & humidity controlled ULPA filtered @ 99.9995%.

  • 10. Quality Assurance Personnel

    Overview of ISO Class 3 Quality Assurance Test Lab. All process data collected within the lab is entered into a statistical process control (SPC) data base. Monthly SPC charts are maintained on all critical plant processes. Quality Assurance Personnel perform ASTM F-51 testing using microscopic inspection technique; washloads are sampled and tested for particles and fibers; perform incoming product inspection; perform Helmke Drum Test, this method tests the total releasable particles on a garment.

  • 11. Testing

    All PCS facilities have an ISO Class 3 Garment System Test Chamber (Body Box). The Body Box is available for our customers to use. During Body Box testing personnel engage in predetermined exercise. This test challenges the entire garment system for particle containment capabilities.

  • 12. Folded & Packaged

    Folding and Packaging is performed in ISO Class 3 environment. Clean garments are folded, packaged, and sealed and scanned in preparation for testing and final distribution. Bags are hermetically sealed with easy open bags.

  • 13. Bagged

    All customer’s garments are placed into over-bags which are then placed into cart for the Quality Assurance Inspector to move the fully cleaned customer garments in cart to the next step.

  • 14. Out-Scan

    The cart that is filled with cleaned customer garments is placed into the final RFID scan machine. Final RFID scan confirms that 100% of customer’s garments are in the cart ready to be returned to customer’s facility.

  • 15. Customer Distribution

    Garments distributed to end user gowning area as needed. PCS customers have never experienced an interruption in production due to a PCS delivery incursion.

  • 16. Delivery

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