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Intelligent inline labeling systems

Watch video of wrap around labeler for quality assurance that is designed for pharmaceutical, nutraceutical or other applications that require quality control in packaging.
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  • Stops automatically if the optional bar code scanner can not verify the bar code
  • Stops automatically if the label length is incorrect
  • Auto rejection system for missing hot stamp code
  • Auto rejection system for missing label
  • Featuring SelfSet™ by CVC
  • Automatic adjustment of product separator: The CVC 302 automatically increases distance between bottles, when necessary, to prevent missing labels caused by crowding bottles too closely together.
  • The Hawk™ meets cGMP requirements, and ISO 9001: 2000 standards, stainless steel construction.
  • The Hawk CVC302 labeling head is Servo Motor powered for increased speed, power and accuracy.
  • Touch screen controls programmed in English, Spanish and Chinese.

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