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Article | September 30, 1998
Gilbreth: Gilbreth: Gilbreth: Heat tunnel for shrink labels
New double-inverted heat tunnel from CMS Gilbreth (Bensalem, PA) is said to precisely control air flow and temperature for shrinking film labels onto contour containers or necked-in aerosol cans.
Process delivers maximum smoothness without wrinkles.
Design directs radiant heat to the top bottom curves or angles of a container using 12 ener-gy-efficient fin-strip heaters and eight blowers with adjustable baffles. Designed for PVC or PETG full-body sleeves and for OPP film labels.
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