Marking Frozen Foods Packaging in Tough Environments

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Marking Frozen Foods Packaging in Tough Environments

From packaged meals (what many people used to refer to as "TV dinners") to boxed family entrees such as lasagna, ice cream, breakfast foods, and more, marking frozen foods clearly, regardless of the substrate, is critical. At Markem-Imaje, we are constantly working to provide manufacturers in a variety of industries with quality solutions for their coding and marking needs. Last year, we unveiled the SmartLase C series including the SmartLase C150 and the SmartLase C350, designed to deliver flawless marking on not only frozen foods packaging, but dried foods and chocolate/sugar confectionery products as well. Perhaps even more important, this series makes marking in hot, humid, or dusty environments a breeze. Manufacturers will enjoy indelible marking of up to 120 characters per item in a high-performance laser marking system that provides 30% higher capacity than market standards! Because of the modular, compact design of the SmartLase C series, integration into production lines is quick and requires little effort; in addition, adjusting the printhead angle can be accomplished in under 10 minutes, whether you need it at 0 degrees or 90 degrees. Laser marking is a "clean technology" because of the fact that this type of marking uses almost no consumables. Even under the most difficult production conditions, manufacturers can enjoy peace of mind knowing that our laser technology provides 30,000 hours of capable, reliable operation. Ultimately, this means your SmartLase C series coder will run efficiently for about five years without problems. smartlase c350Whether you manufacture ice cream, dried foods, frozen meals, breakfasts, or confectionery items, Markem-Imaje invites you to check out our SmartLase C series. We believe you will be impressed with the capabilities of our laser coding solutions!

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