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Food Processing/Sanitizing

In food processing and sanitizing, having clear, easy-to-read signs in your facility is important for employee safety, operational efficiency, and compliance with EPA, FDA, OSHA, and/or other regulations. However, because equipment and facilities are thoroughly cleaned on a regular basis, posting proper signage can prove difficult—the strong, harsh chemicals used for cleaning food processing equipment cause most signs to deteriorate quickly.

Having to regularly replace safety and instructional signs can be both costly and time-consuming, and damaged, worn out, or illegible signs can lead to hefty fines from safety inspectors. To solve these problems, Lomont IMT offers durable, customizable plastic signs, tags, and LOTO placards that will stand up to the harsh chemicals and tough working environments found in food processing/sanitizing plants while providing all the information you need to present, exactly as you want it presented.

Lomont’s products are the best on the market. They can withstand daily cleaning cycles and harsh environmental conditions, and, thanks to our in-house graphic design team, can be manufactured with permanent text, numbering, bar codes, diagrams, logos, graphics, and more to meet your exact requirements. They can even be made with metal or x-ray detectable materials. That way, if a piece of a sign or tag does make its way into the food processing stream, it will be easy to find using metal detection and x-ray scanning equipment. Our products are cost-effective, customizable solutions for your safety, visual management, and corporate/regulatory compliance needs.

From cleaning chemical labels to instructional placards on the production line, Lomont IMT’s products speak for themselves in the field. Contact us or call 800-776-0380 for more information on signs, tags, placards, and more for your food processing/sanitizing applications.


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