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Ossid Corporation: Splash-proof weigh-price labeler

The splash-proof Ossid WPL1522 weigh-price labeler from Ossid, powered by Pro Mach, is designed for meat, poultry, dairy products, seafood, and produce packing operations that require a rugged, versatile, fast machine--up to 120 packages/min.--in environments with high moisture content.
FILED IN:  Machinery  > Labeling  > Weigh/price

Runs run both top and bottom labels in a variety of sizes with true type fonts and graphics up to 4-in. x 5-in. with standard tamp. This machine can also run a variety of packages with reliable and repeatable label placement. It is capable of printing 21 different bar code symbologies, including 2D. The physical contact finger tamp system ensures accurate label placement on package. Users have a wide selection of print engines with up to 16 in. (406mm) per second of printing speed. This unit can function as a check weigher with the addition of a simple diverter/kickoff mechanism.

The WPL1522 weigh-price labeler features stainless steel construction and is designed for wet environments. With no exposed electronics, IP67 rated connectors, motors, load cell and touch screen and with sealed conveyor roller bearings, the weigh unit meets IEC standard’s IP67 rating.
 

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