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Bell-Mark Corp.: Bell-Mark Corp.: Bell-Mark Corp.: Bag Coder for Meat & Bakery industries

Bell-Mark introduces the US-6153 Bag Coder for use on all automatic or semi-automatic bag loading machines. This coder was specifically designed to easily attach to bag loading systems such as Cryovac and United Bakery Equipment (UBE) commonly found in the meat and bakery industries to imprint sell-by dates, prices, establishment codes, unit/you pay prices, or any other important information.
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The US-6153 Bag Coder offers these unique advantages for all bag coding requirements:

• Excellent print quality

• Hardware costs 1/3 of competitive systems

• Reduced operating costs with unique ink cartridge

• Accurate and consistent print registrations

• Easy installation

The US-6153 is a complete coding system which includes all required bracketry and controls. All Bell-Mark Coding Systems utilize our range of patented cartridge inking systems providing the lowest cost per package print. Print areas available to 2" square. This coding system is totally air operated and does not use heat which eliminates costly maintenance commonly found with hot stamp systems.

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