Food Grade Printing

Food Grade Printing

Needham and HSA Jet food grade coding and printing systems have become common place throughout the world for both packaging and identification, setting a standard in their reliability, speed and ease of use. Our range of continuous inkjet printers can stand up to the most demanding environments, enduring long operating hours without any real need for manual intervention or maintenance.

With dedicated IP65 rated systems and remarkable dependability, HSA Jet are firmly seated today as the “go to” solution for some of the biggest brands and most intense manufacturing facilities.

High Speed Systems For Egg Coding

Both the Needham and HSA Jet range are ideal for direct egg coding (or printing onto egg cartons).

With a variety of options, high speeds, exceptional flexibility and an easy-to-use interface, the printers are able to operate on the most awkward of surfaces.

You will find many of the range installed around the UK and the rest of the world at egg processing facilities, as they tend to be a popular choice and are ideally suited to this industry.

“Egg cartons are not easy to print on, according to Pepe Gonzalez plant manager at the JS West egg plant. “We were using mechanical printers, but we had problems with the dates not being legible,”, says Ganzalez. Headquartered in Modesto, CA, JS West is a major egg producer for the CA market. It sells more than 100,000 dozen eggs/day to more than 20,000 customers.” read more.

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If you would like to see an example mark, we would be happy to create it for you. Alternatively, why not come and visit us to see a system live in use.
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