Strong, Durable Materials

Rust Resistant and Wipeable

Custom Shadow Outlines

Protective Laminate Finish

Professionally Designed

 How tool shadow boards and cleaning stations work

Custom made tool shadow boards and cleaning stations instantly show when a tool is missing. Our tool shadow boards and cleaning stations are custom designed to show the specific range of tools, equipment or clothing required. They keep your workplace tidy and well organised because this is important in the lean environment.

Rust resistant and durable

Tool shadow boards and cleaning stations from My Visual Management are highly durable because they are made from resilient materials. They are suitable for all environments including food production. We supply rust resistant stainless steel components because we understand the factory setting. These include stainless steel hooks, pegs and clips.

Magnetic or dry wipe

If needed, we can add magnetic areas or a dry-wipe finish (for use with whiteboard pens). These are just a few examples of how our visual management boards and stations can be customised to meet your needs.

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  1. We create shadows of your tools and equipment because we want the process to be easy for you.
  2. Boards are  custom sized because they are made to fit perfectly in your work space.
  3. Successfully segregate tools and site areas because we make shadow boards that work.
  4. Add stainless steel hooks or other components because no one wants rust.
  5. Make your shadow board magnetic or dry wipe because you want it to be as functional and flexible as possible.
  6. All shadow boards have an anti-scuff finish because durability matters.
  7. We provide quality control at every step of the process because we take pride in what we do.
  8. Trust our visual management experience and expertise because we make shadow boards and cleaning stations everyday.

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