The new LSI Series 22 labeling system is an ideal solution for two color track and trace applications on packages that are required to have two colors on the outside. The system also allows packagers to conform to the GHS initiative.
LSI’s Model 1220 Track and Trace Bundle Label System helps manufacturers follow products through the supply chain by carrying forward handling data at each stage of transport. The system protects consumers from contaminated or counterfeit products and lowers costs associated with lost products and product recalls. Booth # N-3921
Erik Bronander, vice president of sales for Labeling Systems Inc., describes a print-
and-apply labeling system for cases that accommodates RFID or 2D codes, as well
as laser, ink-jet, and HP printing systems. Available with Rockwell/Allen-Bradley
controls and Cognex vision system.
Video from LSI shows the Model 40.30 Vacuum Grid Roll-on Applicator for corrugated cases. Capable of being used as a stand alone labeling head or part of a turnkey system, the Model 40.30 is suitable for a range of labeling applications.
See video of LSI's Model 1500 Bottle Wrap Labeling System, featuring a thermal transfer overprinter, print presence inspection, label-on-product inspection and a rejection system for delicate glass bottles.
Watch this video to see LSI's Model 1500 automatic bottle Wrap Labeling System outfitted with an optional infeed timing screw. Video shows how the system delivers precise and repeatable labeling accuracies, with excellent close-ups.
Watch this video to see automatic front/back labeling of a plastic auto-injector assembly using the Model 1600 from LSI. The labeling system is capable of automatically receiving and controlling the product for front and back label application.
LSI’s wide range of labeling solutions is easily configured to provide complete e-pedigree identification and tracking solutions. At Pack Expo 2008, LSI featured its Model 1400 print and apply labeler in conjunction with an RFID reader to illustrate a typical e-pedigree application. LSI is a division of Pro Mach, Inc.