Food Industry Lighting
Lighting for food industry is categorized into several areas such as storage, sorting, preparation, inspection and many other processes. Hygiene is the key requirement while providing lights for food industry. Providing the right light reduces stress, offers minimal glare, uniform illumination of the immediate surroundings and absence of flickering all play a part in ensuring hygiene food products. All lighting fixtures for the food industry are provided as per National Institute of Public Health and International Food standards.
Drying, fermentation, preservation
Food Sorting/ Preparation
Cutting, milling, mixing, packing, washing
Slaughter house, butchers, diaries, Sugar refineries
Machine operation, sorting, decoration
Quality control, sorting, decoration
IMPORTANT NOTE: data is compiled from cold-storage-specific lighting publications. However, these are recommendations only; careful consideration must go into every unique environment
Light fixtures suitable for illumination of food production premises in restaurant services, e.g. in bakeries, hotel kitchens, industrial kitchens, freezing plants and restaurants.
Light fixtures designed for preparation and storage of foods must meet strict sanitary and technical criteria. The Food industry lights are often cleaned with aggressive detergents in this area to preserve sterility. Light fitting used in such areas especially in food processing plants must be sealed properly to avoid growth of germs inside its warm environment. They must withstand low temperatures in freezing plants and high temperatures in bakeries and kitchens.