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Label-Aire: New labeler models

Label-Aire will display the newest additions to its line of advanced p-s label applicators and printer/applicators.
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The 3134-NV is the co.’s most advanced printer/applicator, suitable for the most demanding applications. Features include a new split cover for easier access, easier tamp assembly field kit installation, a redesigned electronics tray for top access, a pneumatic panel for easy component replacement, 1- to 10-in. adjustable tamp assembly with stainless-steel rods and locking collars, ambidextrous parts, and RFID configurability. The 3015-ND wipe-on label applicator (shown) is designed for simple wipe-on applications for all markets. This advanced labeler can be easily converted for left- or right-hand use. It also applies labels to the top, side, or bottom of products at dispense speeds to 1,000 in./min with an accuracy of +/- 1/32 in. Standard features include a 4- or 6-in. configuration, a stepper motor drive, automatic speed following for increased label placement accuracy, and microprocessor technology.

Phone: 714/441-0700 | www.label-aire.com | Booth S-2325

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