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P-S labeler control

Quadrel's (Mentor, OH) M2 microprocessor control for p-s labelers works with a variety of labelers, including wraparound and front/back. Stores up to 50 label presets and accommodates five fault conditions, including low label supply and missing labels.
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Wide-web printer

The CL-608 high-speed industrial wide-web thermal transfer printer from SATO America (Sunnyvale, CA) can handle webs to 7" wide and can print up to 6" wide to meet compliance labeling requirements without having to rotate the label format.
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Spiral elevator

Millard's (Omaha, NE) patented spiral elevator is a space-saving way to raise or lower containers moving at high speeds. Comes completely assembled for easy installation.
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Labeling software

The Label MAX(TM) line of labeling software from Advanced Labeling Systems (Southbridge, MA) uses a quality control process that allows only correct labels to be printed, even from a remote site.
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Labeling system

The Cornerwrap Labeling System from Avery Dennison (Phil- adelphia, PA) can print and apply bar-coded labels to two sides of cartons with a right-angle corner.
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Sprocket-driven belts

Intralox (New Orleans, LA) offers two new sprocket-driven modular plastic conveyor belts for horizontal incline/decline or radius applications. These belts offer low maintenance and improved tracking.
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TE label

The Amertrax® tamper-evident label from American Label (East Hanover, NJ) displays a custom-printed message after opening, clearly indicating to consumers that the product has been opened.
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Print/apply systems

Weber Marking's (Arlington Heights, IL) complete line of print/apply systems are now available for manufacturers, suppliers, and distributors in the food industry.
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Publications list

Raymond Communications (Riverdale, MD) now offers a list of its publications. Includes the State Recycling Laws Update quarterly and the year-end editions.
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Paper industry catalog

Testing Machines (Amityville, NY) has introduced a new 152-page catalog detailing its products for the pulp, paper, packaging, plastics, rubber and printing industries.
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Continuous motion filler

The A-700-12, a 12-station continuous-motion rotary filler from AMS (Malvern, PA), fills at an accuracy of ±0.5% at speeds to 190 containers/min.
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Bottle unscrambler

The Eco Model Bottle Unscrambler from Posimat (Miami, FL) is designed exclusively for medium-sized beverage or juice bottles. Features a bowl diameter of 1 m to handle 2-L bottles at 8ꯠ bottles/hr, or 1.3-L bottles at 17ꯠ/hr.
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Hot stamp ribbons

Norwood Marking's (Downers Grove, IL) hot stamp ribbons are made with protection of the environment in mind. They are formulated to be well below the CONEG proposed maximum limit of 100 ppm.
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Container unscrambler

The Model JH container unscrambler from Omega Design (Lionville, PA) handles a variety of shapes and sizes at speeds to 150 containers/min. Normally requires only 10- to 15-min changeover time.
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Leak tester

Packaging Technologies & Inspection (Tuckahoe, NY) has introduced the latest version of the Wilco RS-4 leak tester for plastic bottles. Detects leaks and defects at up to 120 bottles/min, in sizes from 1-oz bottles to 1-gal containers.

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