The code means customers can access information and contact GEA Diessel from the location where an instrument is installed.
The labels were introduced thanks to requests by customers who wanted to access information quickly and easily.
“In the future, our customers can forward necessary information to our sales or service teams directly from the place where the IZMAG is installed,” said Lars Knigge, sales co-ordinator, GEA Diessel.
“That makes the collection of information and its transmission much easier and more flexible.”
He added receiving information in this way eliminates delays and ensures the sales team at GEA Diessel get the right information to process enquiries.
The QR codes can be read using a ‘smart’ device by downloading a free online app.