The Invation™ Stay Clean Vacuum Drum from B & H Labeling Systems is available as an option on all new B & H roll-fed labelers and as an aftermarket upgrade for installed Marathon®, BH8000, BH8000S, BH8000U and BH1600 labelers.
The new Marathon XL labeler from B&H Labeling Systems is equipped with SMARTdrive, the first all-electronic drive train, company says. A servomotor-driven feedscrew and container stabilization feature allows the machine to handle containers from 8 oz to 3 L at speeds to 650/min.
B&H Labeling Systems has introduced the Marathon® U Series of roll-fed labelers. Featuring a 180º U-shaped conveyor and a servo-driven infeed feedscrew, the labelers maximize container stability and production speeds while offering another line configuration option with right-side infeed and discharge.
B&H Labeling Systems introduces Productivity Monitoring, an advanced software system available on a range of B&H labelers. Product tracks and analyzes several key parameters in real time, monitoring the labeler and reporting critical data that enables packagers to maximize the productivity and the efficiency of the labeling operation.
B&H Labeling’s (Ceres, CA) Model BH2600U roll-fed labeler is designed for heavy-duty, low-maintenance, moderate-speed labeling. The 180° U-shaped conveyor reduces labeler footprint and increases thedwell time of product in the starwheel.
B&H (Ceres, CA) introduces the Model 1600 roll-fed labeler for 8-oz to 1.5-L bottles and 1.5"- to 5"-dia containers. Works at speeds to 300 cpm. No tools are needed for container or label changeovers, which take less than 10 min.
B&H Labeling Systems' (Ceres, CA) 8000U labeler is designed for installations where floorspace won't allow an in-line labeler. The 180° turn of the synchronized conveyor results in a 20% smaller footprint and 10% faster speeds, says the company.
B&H Labeling Systems' (Ceres, CA) 8000 Series high-speed film labeler employs a patented computer-aided label-registration system to eliminate out of register labels at application speeds to 12ꯠ labels/ min.