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High-Performance Wrap Labeling System

Label-Aire's Inline 5100-TS Wrap Labeling System delivers speed, accuracy, and durability for full- and partial-wrap labeling in demanding environments.

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Label-Aire, a leader in labeling technology, proudly announces the launch of the Inline 5100-TS Wrap Labeling System. Designed for reliability and efficiency, the 5100-TS offers advanced features to streamline labeling processes in high-speed, high-volume operations.

Key Features and Benefits:

  1. Versatile Applicators: Compatible with Label-Aire’s 3100/3000 Series applicators (wipe-on, air-blow, or tamp-blow) for varied labeling needs.
  2. Variable Frequency Drive (VFD): Ensures smooth operation and precise label placement at speeds up to 1,200 inches per minute.
  3. Stainless Steel Construction: Robust frame and side plates ensure durability and longevity in demanding environments.
  4. User-Friendly Interface: Simple push-button start/stop and VFD speed control for easy operation.
  5. Automatic Product Spacing: Enhances efficiency by spacing products automatically, reducing manual intervention.

Reliability and Efficiency:

The Inline 5100-TS Wrap Labeling System is built for medium- to high-speed, multi-shift operations, providing reliable full- and partial-wrap labeling. Its stainless steel construction and advanced features make it an essential addition to any high-volume production line, ensuring enhanced productivity and reduced downtime.

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