Interactive Coding Equipment (ICE) launches the ICE Vulcan print and apply labeller, the first of its type to print and directly apply the label to a pack – both traded unit boxes and shrinkwrap packs - in one continuous action without the need for a tamp applicator or compressed air.
The Fox IV 6100 has a swing-away cylinder for easy access to the print engine and LCD that can be positioned in virtually any direction; so, it’s easily viewed by operators. Paired with SATO’s S84 thermal print engine with color-coded guides, knobs and levers, users are assured a reliable, easy to maintain solution.
Print and apply labeling systems from EPI feature a modular compact design and can be configured to work in most packaging environments. Labeling systems are specifically designed for high-volume, automated print and apply labeling applications demanding reliability and around the clock operation.
Designed to meet customer requirements for flexibility and portability, the Label-Aire Continuous Belt Conveyor (CBC) works in conjunction with a number of label applicator types and features a 3/8-HP motor that can move product at speeds to 125 ft/min. Belt widths range from 4 to 36 in., with conveyor lengths from 2 to 12 ft.
Weber Packaging Solutions’ Model 4300e Pro-Apply all-electric label printer-applicator prints labels in a next-out mode, automatically removes them from their liner, and retains them by vacuum on the applicator pad using electrically-operated fans instead of external compressed air, helping facilities meet sustainability objectives.
The Core Series Print & Apply Labeler is designed to be affordable, durable and versatile. Operation is simplified and training is minimal. Modular construction simplifes maintenance. The labeler is designed to be a rugged peformer, incorporating anodized aluminum, stainless steel and UHMW for strength and durability in the most demanding environments.