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Article | February 28, 2005
Label-Aire: Label-Aire: Open Frame Labeling System
The NEW Label-Aire Inline Series 6000 labeling system is designed to be very easy to configure while also making labeling easier and faster... making you more profitable.
The Inline Series 6000's long list of optional features allows you to easily build a system to meet your specific labeling requirements. Need a simple wrap conveyor system? Or instead a high-speed front/back system with dual feedscrews and a top trap hold down? With the Inline Series 6000 you can have it your way.
The versatile Inline 6000 is an open frame labeling system that can be outfitted with Label-Aire's full range of Label-Aire New Generation 3100 Series applicators (wipe-on air-blow or tamp-blow) and features a delrin chain conveyor in lengths of 6 feet to 12 feet (1 mm to 3 mm) with a choice of 4.5 inch (114 mm) or 6.0 inch (152 mm) conveyor widths.
The 6000's options include extruded aluminum or stainless steel side plates speeds up to 1 inches (3 cm) per minute with the optional Variable Frequency Drive (VFD) user-friendly digital/PLC controls top trap hold down single or dual feedscrews with soft start powered or non-powered impressors for secondary wipe down metering wheel to aid in product separation Automatic Speed Following (ASF) for product surface profiling chain aligner squeegee wipe-downs and wrap belt.
Put the latest in modular labeling technology to work for you all day every day. The Inline Series 6000 is built to meticulous quality standards and designed to meet your most difficult labeling requirements.
Dimensions: Height: 63.9” (1 mm) Length: 120” (3 mm) Width: 84.8” (2 mm)
Weight: Approx. 1 lbs. (454 kg)
Electrical: 120 Volts AC 60 Hz 20 Amps. 220 Volts AC 50 Hz optional (CE)
Air (as needed): 4 cfm at 90 psi to 100 psi required for air-blow and tamp-blow applications
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