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GlassGuard® launches dedicated lighting solutions publication for the food industry

14 September 2015

GlassGuard® has launched a dedicated lighting solutions publication for the food industry.

The publication outlines the lighting specification service that GlassGuard® offers to food manufacturing sites. It also features a range of new LED products which have been developed specifically for the food industry.

For The Food Industry – Safer Lighting Solutions explains how the GlassGuard® specification process works, what it delivers to the end user including assurance of food safety and protection against glass contamination, and the delivery of energy and maintenance-cost savings as well as payback results.

Chris Payne, Managing Director comments: “The publication shows that we are committed to working with all involved to ensure that safer energy efficient lighting is applied in order to guarantee food safety.”

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Tel: 01842 763 752


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