Sourcing Suitable Wiping Materials

Before we start with our detection process, SafeRag® purchases premium absorbent cloth materials that would otherwise go to waste and end up in a landfill. We believe that the recycling of used material can have a massive impact on the footprint left on this earth while simultaneously running a sustainable business.

Identification & Removal of Metal

After years of research and testing, the SafeRag® system has been designed and built to automatically detect and reject dangerous metal objects such as pins, razors, and syringe needles that may be present amongst used clothing. All our cut cloths also have their buttons and zips removed, leaving only the material behind.
With an extremely high level of accuracy and reliability, our metal free SafeRag® systems removes every type of metal identified during our process. Simply put, not many metal free detection systems can offer the standards that SafeRag® demands.

Packing & Distribution

Our SafeRag® warehouse is filled with vast volumes of assorted cloths that are ready to be processed into your orders. This includes:

  • Mixed cotton that is ideal for multi-purpose, coloured application.
  • White cotton ranging from light to medium weight materials.
  • Coloured and white T-shirts that are soft and have superior absorbent qualities.
  • Coloured and white toweling with high absorbency.
  • Flannel materials that are extremely soft and absorbent.
  • Jumbo fleece made from tracksuit materials.

Contents are generally packed in 15kg compressed blocks to minimise your freight costs and storage space. We also offer packaged cloths in various sizes, ranging from 1kg, 5kg, 8kg, 10kg, 20kg, and 25kg blocks with the option to customise orders to your size requirements. Custom distributor branding is just another reason why our distributors choose SafeRag®.

For more detailed information about our cloth metal detection process, give us a call on (08) 9452 2779 or submit and enquiry. For a closer look, make an appointment to visit our warehouse at 21 McIntyre Way, Kenwick, Perth, WA.