High-resolution, on-demand product identification, including text, graphics, and scannable bar codes, can be printed directly on premade pouches and lidstock for medical device packaging with Greydon’s new in-line pouch and lid thermal-transfer printer.
Using HP ink-jet printhead technology and designed to be retrofitted onto label applicators, Greydon’s new Label Jet coder is a cost-effective solution to programmable ink-jet printing of p-s labels at resolutions to 600 dpi.
Greydon offers its BagAire taped bag loader for washdown meat and cheese packaging. Bagger meets the new, stricter washdown standards for both the meat and cheese industries, and approval for use in dairy applications is pending.
Greydon will display 2 new printers for meat and cheese packagers. CodeAir (shown) is said to be the only printer capable of printing accurate, in-registration datecodes to meat and cheese packaged on a Cryovac or similar taped-bag loader.
Greydon offers new inline printers designed for meat packaging applications: the CodeAir printer for precisely placed, readable codes on premade, shingled bags, and the Bacon Package Printer for printing date codes in the same direction as the rest of the bacon package text.
TiroBreathe is a patent-pending medical device packaging system introduced by Tiromat Medical Packaging. Unlike medical device packs that use a porous material throughout the top lidding to accommodate Eto sterilization, TiroBreathe incorporates only a small “window” or “vent” of porous material for sterilization.
Greydon (York, PA) introduces its T-Max high-speed programmable traversing printer for high-quality bar codes on 2 axes. Thermal-transfer printer is ideal for applications where products are narrow and fairly small, such as medical devices, pharmaceuticals/nutraceuticals, and foods including string cheese and meat snacks.
Literature is available from Greydon (Springfield, NJ) describing its GB-602 and GB-642 traversing ink-jet systems for multilane applications. Systems print on almost any substrate and retrofit to all f/f/s packaging machines.
Greydon's (York, PA) Sprint S-842 thermal-transfer printer for pharmaceutical and medical packaging is detailed in a new information sheet. Color photos accompany the description of the machine's features and benefits.