We have over 30 years experience working alongside some of the leading domestic and commercial catering equipment manufacturers. This means we have a complete understanding of the essential factors that must be considered when designing and producing labelling for this industry.
From labels and badges that need to withstand extreme temperatures, to fascias and overlays that are durable and hygienic, our extensive range of materials, processes and finishes mean we can create solutions that exactly match your requirements.
Our team can provide advice on the materials that will withstand extreme temperatures for labelling to be used on ovens, hobs and grills. They can make recommendations on the most suitable adhesives to use in low temperature environments such as fridges and freezers. They will guide you towards the best process to create hygienic, wipe-clean overlays and fascias, with cut outs to incorporate LEDS, switches and screen.
We also have solutions to display essential safety information, can produce tamper-proof labels, and can add sequential numbering or bar-coding. From injection moulded nameplates, to Tufflex resin domed badges, we can ensure your labelling is durable and delivers the style and quality that reflects your brand.
“We should all express our thanks to Shaun and the production guys at Diametric for shipping these labels ahead of time and thus helping our relationship with the end customer.”Les – Virtual Access
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LATEST CASE STUDY
How do you replicate two intricate royal warrants of appointment, along with other important text, on a badge just six centimetres long?