Labeling Machines(96 companies)
Labeling machines apply preprinted or blank labels, stickers to packages, as well as perform shrink sleeve labeling. Also includes specialty labeling equipment like RFID applicators or electronic article surveillance (EAS) technology applicators. Making plans to buy new coding, labeling or printing machines? Explore articles to help you buy the right one.
Labeling Machines Companies
Acasi Machinery is a supplier of labeling machines used in the bottling industry. Highlighted machines include the Tru-Labeler-FB, designed for front and back labeling of bottles used for chemicals, detergent, home care and other products, with a 1,500 in./min labeling head. Other models include the Tru-Labeler-W1, a wraparound labeler that handles a wide range of round containers.
Accent Label Automation
Accent Label Automation offers a vast array of machines to apply labels to pouches, jars, bottles, cartridges, tubes, clamshells, boxes and more. Primary industries served include food and beverage, cannabis, pharmaceutical and cosmetic. Accent Label Automation will also design custom solutions for other types of packaging not listed above.
The Sirius MK6 Advanced Labeler offered by Accraply is designed as a versatile system that meets the fast-moving requirements of the pharmaceutical and personal care labeling industries. The Sirius MK6 Advanced Labeler is a compact, heavy-duty solution controlled by a next generation smart human machine interface that allows for greater efficiency and simpler maintenance.
Accutek Packaging Equipment Co.
Accutek supplies a range of labeling machines using both hot glue and pressure-sensitive labeling technology. The Labelette HG uses a second stage paper feed system , precision controls for label separation, and a thin, accurate adhesive coat, providing provide-spot, face, 3/4, and full wrap around applications on straight-sided round cylindrical containers. Labelette’s (Semi-Automatic Pressure-Sensitive) SPS-104 Labeler is an economical and efficient labeling machine for round containers, featuring a stainless steel and anodized aluminum for durability and portability.
Advent Label Applicator Co., Inc.
Labeling machines from Advent Labelers include the 200 series, for cans, boxes, bottle labels and DIY applications. A standard feature on the 200 line machines includes a skip-glue feature that applies glue only to the ends of the label to avoid over-gluing. The 300 series of pressure-sensitive labelers includes Model 302, a hand-triggered labeler for wraparound application on metal, plastic and glass containers.
Aesus Packaging Systems, Inc.
Aesus Packaging Systems manufactures labelers that handle a wide range of top, bottom, side, wrap, panel and recessed label applications. In addition, Aesus supplies the Economy Shrink Sleeving labeler, a compact neck banding/sleeving machine for pharmaceutical and other bottles. Labelers handle bottles, cartons, pre-packaged sandwiches and other food products, jars, pharmaceutical and cosmetic items, medical device products, syringes, vials, containers, and much more. Among the many models of labelers offered by Aesus is the Eco Panel Labeler, designed for budget conscious bottle labeling operations and featuring servo driven synchronized top hold down belt that keeps product steady during label application.
All-Fill offers industrial labels that are built to order from carefully engineered modular components. Building the basic platform of the labeling head in advance and assembling it to the customer’s exact specifications helps improve the machine's performance, reducing lead time. All-Fill’s labelers apply pressure sensitive labels to rigid and round containers, and square bottles with rounded edges. Wrap Series applies pressure-sensitive labels to rigid and round containers, and square bottles with rounded edges. All-Fill supplies a wide range of labeling systems, from the Panel Series with touch panel controls for easy changeovers, to the Top and Bottom Series, designed for quick on-the-fly adjustments. Company also supplies table top and applicators series.
All-Fill’s manufactures labelers that include top and bottom, tabletop, printer/applicator models and others. The Wrap Series is designed to apply pressure-sensitive labels to rigid and round containers as well as square bottles with rounded edges; numerous options are available including semi-automatic and automatic configurations, touch panel controls for quick and easy changeovers, and economical models designed for limited volume production lines or start-up operations. The Panel Series of labelers applies pressure-sensitive labels to rigid containers with single or multiple panels. All adjustments to the label and label placement can be made on the fly, without interrupting the machine's operation.
American Film & Machinery
American Film and Machinery manufactures a full line of shrink sleeve labelers and heat tunnels. The CH -100 tamper-evident band applicator is an economy level shrink band applicator designed to apply tamper evident bands on a variety of containers. Steam or electric heat tunnels from American Film and Machinery are designed for shrink sleeve labels, tamper-evident bands, and related applications. With multiple zones and multiple adjustable manifolds, the WSN-300 steam heat tunnel directs heat precisely where needed and is the preferred shrink tunnel for the most difficult shrink labeling operations. Versatile shrink tunnels are designed to provide optimal shrink control and deliver high quality finish appearance of PVC, PETG, OPS and PLA labels and neck bands regardless of the container's shape, size or material.
American Fuji Seal Inc.
State of the Art Shrink sleeve labeling solutions, as well Pressure sensitive linear and rotary solutions with top/ bottom labeling capabilities. Built in the USA.
Apex Filling Systems LLC
Apex Filling’s line of shrink sleeve labeling machines are ready to take on projects of any size from one-off labels to applications requiring labeling up to 400 products per minute. Shrink sleeve labeling models include the Pack Leader USA SL-301, designed to apply full body sleeve with optional neck and cap banding at speeds up to 400 products per minute. Pack Leader USA SL-77, for full body sleeve and tamper-evident applications, features advanced shrink technology, a large touch-control screen and an advanced Programmable Logic Computer (PLC), delivering speeds up to 100 products per minute. The Pack Leader USA SL-10 runs full body sleeves with optional neck and cap banding and is designed with simplicity, efficiency, durability and accuracy in mind.
Auto Labe is a manufacturer of pressure-sensitive labeling equipment, with a product line that includes semi-automatic and automatic label applicators, automatic labeling systems in a range of sizes, print-and-apply labelers and custom equipment. Featured machines include the stepper-driven 560S Tamp Down Labeler, designed to accurately place labels on tops, sides or bottoms of products with flat or slightly curved surfaces. Auto Labe’s automatic labeling systems include the 620S for partial or full wraparound labeling of round products and one-sided labeling of square and rectangular products. Auto Labe also does custom applications such as automatic labeling systems with robotic integration on existing packaging lines.
Auto-Mate Technologies LLC
Complementing its line of induction sealers and monitoring equipment, AutoMate supplies four models of labeling machines for round bottle wrap labeling and flat panel labeling applications. Highlighted machines from the AutoMate product line include the LC-40 Combination for front/back and round products. Capable of handling speeds of up to 40 m/min. (1,500 in./min.), this labeler features dual applicators that adjust on five axes and can work independently or in tandem. Synchronized non-metallic bottle aligners ensure accurate label placement without scuffing the bottle. Other models include the LW-40 Wrap Labeler for pressure-sensitive full and partial wrap labeling of round bottles, the LW-80 High Speed Wrap for automatic round product labeling and the LFB-40 Front/Back Panel for flat packaging applications.
Axon Corporation - ProMach, Performance Packaged
Axon offers a wide range of shrink sleeve labeling, stretch sleeve labeling, tamper-evident band, shrink tunnels and multi-pack systems designed and configured for each customer’s containers, shrink materials, and performance requirements. Experienced Axon application engineers work closely with customers to configure each shrink sleeve, tamper band, or multipack system to ensure that it meets or exceeds performance and quality requirements.
B&H Labeling Systems
B & H Labeling Systems offers versatile, durable, and cost-efficient labelers for applications across many industries, including automotive, commercial, food and beverage, aerosol, and more. The BH1600AB linear roll-fed labeler, which features all Allen-Bradley controls, is designed to apply full wraparound labels to containers at rates of up to 450/min. The BH700 can be paired with any B & H or Marathon roll-fed labeler to create a durable and dependable roll-on, shrink-on labeling at a lower cost versus shrink sleeve labeling.
Round container labeling solutions use servo-driven label applicators for placement repeatability for labeling small vials, large jars and other containers. Notaris labelers are available in wraparound, panel, multi-panel, and multi-head (top, bottom, front, back and side) configurations. They can be fitted with redundant labeling heads for quick turnaround once a label roll is depleted. The Notaris labeling system utilizes a Herma 500 servo label applicator and is equipped with a full range of accessories to print lot, barcodes, and expiration dates. OCR or OCV vision inspection ensures proper print. Full serialization can be built into the Notaris.
Bratney offers bag and pallet labelers to bring pre-printed or print-on-demand labels to packaging lines for flexibility and high-definition bag and box coding.
Buskro’s BK731 labeler can dispense up to 50,000 labels/hour depending on label size and pitch. System will apply tabs and labels from ½ X ½ in. (12.7mm X 12.7mm) up to 5 in. X 7 in. (127mm X 178mm) long. Runs a standard 3 in. (76mm) core and spool size up to 19.75” in. (502mm). Features peel-off, scratch-off, Post-It notes capabilities and a simple, compact label spool path.
Butler Automatic, Inc.
The SP3 offers a compact and highly efficient automatic splicing solution for a variety of high-speed packaging processes such as heat-shrink sleeving or narrow web applications. The SP3 uses core drives to feed material into the system.
BW Packaging Systems
Accraply designs, manufactures, and supports automated label application systems as well as converting and finishing equipment for the shrink sleeve label and flexible packaging markets. Accraply’s Graham & Sleevit brand provides shrink sleeve labeling machines for all shapes and sizes of containers. Accraply and Harland pressure-sensitive labeling machines apply front and back, top and bottom and wraparound labels for pharmaceutical, household and personal care industries, machines, among others.
cab Technology, Inc.
cab Technology print-and-apply labeling systems are designed for applying labels on production lines. Different applicators allow the label to be applied via roll-on, blow-on or tamp-on to a product or packaging. Range of cab Tecnology’s print-and-apply systems includes HERMES Q and four other models.
Capmatic is an original equipment manufacturer of rotary, inline, top and bottom labeling machines as well as neck/body banders for pharmaceutical, personal care and other industries. Highlights from Capmatic’s line include the BambinoStar® labeler, a mobile rotary labeling machine designed for specific diagnostic and pharmaceutical applications such as vials, test tubes, microtubes, ampoules and syringes. The LabelStar® System 2/2T labeler is a continuous flow high-speed labeling machine designed for quality and flexibility for two-label, round, square, oval and rectangular pharmaceutical bottles. The BandStar™ neck/body banding system handles round, square, oval and rectangular bottles at speeds of up to 150 bpm.
CDA USA, Inc
CDA USA manufactures automatic and semi-automatic industrial labeling machines to label every type of container for industries including food, wine, beer, cosmetics, e-liquid and many more. CDA’s automatic and semi-automatic labeling machines are suitable for labeling products of all shapes and sizes: cylindrical, tapered, square, rectangular, flat, etc. Highlights from CDA’s extensive line of labelers is the R1000/R1500, an automatic linear labeling machine specially designed for the wine industry that can place up to four labels (label, back label, medal, neck label) on a wine bottle and allow the crimping of metal or PVC capsules. Other machines include the Solo 1500/2500, which applies a single label to any cylindrical product (beer bottles, cans, pots, jars, vials etc.) This versatile system handles containers in a wide range of volumes from 10mL to 2 liters.
Chase-Logeman’s filling, capping and labeling monobloc system combines labeling of vials, plastic bottles, pumps, sprayers, and dropper bulbs. Monobloc concept extends to integrated labeling capability, meaning that one unit can label filled and closed containers while they are still in the star wheel. Lot and date code can be printed on the label. Monobloc machines have a smaller footprint, saving time and money, particularly in costly sterile environments.
Cozzoli Machine Company
Cozzoli Machine Company offers end-to-end solutions to complete filling lines, including a variety of customized and integrated labeling systems for operations in the pharmaceutical, industrial packaging, food and beverage, personal care and beauty markets.
CTM Labeling Systems Inc.
CTM Labeling Systems designs and builds high-quality, high-speed, label applicators, label printer/applicators, and automated labeling systems designed for accuracy. Applications include case labeling, pallet labeling, pail labeling, food packaging for e-commerce, craft breweries, and biomedical among others.
CVC Technologies, Inc.
CVC Technologies is a manufacturer of labeling equipment used on bottling lines for pharmaceutical, nutraceutical, food, cosmetic, personal care, and consumer electronic markets. CVC's range of product labeling equipment includes the CVC200 Top Labeler, built to automatically apply pressure-sensitive labels onto the top or side of flat and indented containers. Other labelers include the CVC302 High Speed Wrap Labeler, which automatically applies pressure-sensitive labels onto round containers at up to 200 bottles/min., and the CVC310 Gallon Wrap Labeler, built for labeling large diameter round containers. CVC Technologies also manufactures top/bottom labelers, spindle wrap labelers, vial/ampoule wrap labelers and other types of labeling equipment.
Diagraph’s Platinum E-Series print-and-apply automated labeling systems feature smart technology that uses sensors to reduce label application complications, ensuring a one-to-one label to product match. These all-electric servo-driven automated pressure-sensitive labeling systems enable manufacturers to completely replace conventional pneumatic systems with a fully electric option that controls the label with pinpoint accuracy in side, top, bottom and corner-wrap applications throughout travel. The smart, all-electric design allows for automated real-time adjustments, making applying labels on products with varying heights, distances and speeds easier.
Dispensa-Matic Label Dispensers
Dispensa-Matic label dispensers and applicators are made from quality materials, built in the USA, and made for heavy duty operating conditions. Label Dispensers are designed to provide years of trouble free service and come with a full, three-year warranty on all machines, including parts and labor.
Domino North America
Domino North America’s range of labeling machines includes the M230i-TB, designed for applications that require a fast and flexible print-and-apply system for non-contact labeling. Domino’s tamp-blow solution is the latest addition to its pallet labeling selection, with applications in beverage, food and pharmaceutical where safety is paramount to product delivery. M230i-T4 and M230i-T6 print-and-apply labelers are designed to be flexible and adaptable systems, handling several types of products and industries and helping to automate production line labeling and case marking. Rounding out Domino’s labeling machine line are corner wrap labelers and pallet labeling systems.
Doran Scales, Inc.
The Doran PRT0350 scale printer is designed for performance, reliability, and flexibility to meet the demands of today’s fast-paced barcode label printing applications. This direct print thermal technology standalone printer is suitable for all non-washdown weighing applications such as packaging, production, warehousing, shipping, and receiving printing needs. Washdown stainless steel enclosure is available upon request. Preloaded Doran label formats provide true plug-and-play setup for most labeling applications—custom label designs are also available.
Engineered Automation of Maine
Engineered Automation of Maine (EAM Inc.) offers the EAM Mini-St Delta for high-speed inline application of electronic article surveillance (EAS) tags and labels as well as graphic labels, hang tags, coupon booklets, and more. Machine can apply both the Sensormatic DR tags (AM), Checkpoint tags (RF), and also perform as a high-speed industrial labeler.
Controlled by a PLC to achieve the speed and required accuracy, Equitek labeling equipment affixes self-adhesive labels of up to 10 inches high to cylindrical, square, oval or round containers or bottles, boxes and bags. Labeling systems use up to three labeling heads for front, back and top or bottom applications.
For companies who are looking for an eco-friendly way to automatically sleeve and multipack products, Felins offers a line of non adhesive or sleeve labeling machines. Instead of using adhesives to label or sleeve the product, Felins’ machines apply labels with tension and then use an ultrasonic weld to secure everything in place. Labels and sleeves look great on products and won’t slide out of loose sleeves. Semi-automated solutions come in a variety of different shapes, sizes, and configurations to meet specific needs, while Felins fully automated solutions can be inserted directly inline, keeping packaging labor costs low. Whether the application calls for a simple label or sleeve or the customer needs to stack, unitize and label/sleeve, Felins offers a variety of standard automation solutions as well as customization if needed.
FOX IV Technologies, Inc.
Manufacturer of automated labeling and packing slip systems including label print and apply, label applicators, TwinPrint® packing slip/shipping label print and apply, RFID encode/print/apply, as well as tag, print, and place systems. Tabletop label printers are also available.
FoxJet, An ITW Company
The FoxJet Labeling Series of automated case and pallet label applicators is built for reliability, cost savings, low maintenance and efficient power throughput. FoxJet provides all-electric automated labeling systems, automated label applicators, and automated label printers that utilize high-quality components for durability while maximizing up time. Featured case labelers include the all-electric print-and-apply LS7100 labeling system, offering accurate, high-speed case and pallet labeling in various applications such as front, rear, side, top, bottom and corner-wrap.
GEB METAL MECANICA S DE RL DE CV
GEB Metal Mecánica distributes and integrates Herma brand industrial labeling applicators that are tailored to the customer’s production line. The Herma 400 label applicator is designed as a compact, modular, servo driven system that can apply any type of adhesive label to virtually any type of product or package. It is used in various industries such as pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, logistics, food and beverage, among others. The new HERMA 500 label applicator is designed for connectivity, flexibility and operability.
The eZ-Labeler from Graph-Tech USA is designed for applications requiring high labeling rates or high accuracy requirements. Labeling machine can dispense labels at up to 375m/min (15,000″/min) and label placement accuracy of +/- 0.4mm (+/- 1/64″). The accuracy of the eZ-Labeler makes it ideal for the application of even very small labels where placement accuracy is often critical. eZ-Labeler easily handles the demands of 24/7 non-stop production, the eZ-Labeler is mechanically rugged , easy to use, and has virtually no wear parts while the compact, modular design allows integration into the tightest of production lines.
Grupo Empac SA de CV
Grupo Empac SA offers tabletop semi-automatic as well as low and high-speed automatic labelers from Tecni Pac.
Heisler Industries, Inc.
Heisler Industries manufactures pail labelers, pressure sensitive labelers and cold glue labeling machines for some of the most commonly used plastic and metal pails. Labeling machines are designed to quickly and efficiently apply labels to 2-6 gallon round plastic or metal pails; square or rectangular cartons or containers as well as F-Style containers and 5 gallon water jugs. Heisler’s container labeling machines cover a wide range of applications: straight wall pail labeling, straight sided pail labeling, tapered pail labeling, square pail labeling, 5 gallon pail labeling, rectangular pail labeling, and paint can labeling. Pressure-sensitive labels apply the label to the pail from the center out, following the pail taper, and ensuring precise labeling. Pails never stop, and are automatically oriented for pail handle to label registration. Wet Glue Labeler uses a horizontal label magazine and uses feed roller; because the glue roller does not control the feeding, the labels are fed accurately regardless of the glue film adjustment. The Heisler Print and Apply Option is available for both pressure sensitive and wet glue machines, allowing the printing of labels as needed, thus reducing unnecessary preprinted label inventory.
HERMA US Inc.
Herma US manufactures label applicators, label machines, manual label dispensers and print-and-apply systems. Highlighted in the product range is Herma's line of labeling machines designed for side labeling (one or two side plus L- and C-shape), wrap-around labeling (positioned to a specific feature), as well as top and bottom labeling of products. Typical models of this type of machine include the models 132M, 040M (both for wrap-around labeling), 362M, 362E, 362C (for side labeling), 152C and 152E (also for wrap-around labeling), 452C, 552C and 652C (for top and bottom labeling).
HSAUSA offers labeling machines designed for print quality and high speed, for short run shipping case marks, address stickers, baggage tags, barcode, cosmetic, health care product labels, prescription medicine package, gourmet foods and bottle labels and other applications.
ID Technology offers a variety of configurations of the label printer applicators, each using a thermal transfer printer to print and apply pressure-sensitive labels to customer products. Featured among them is the 258 label printer applicator designed to merge simplicity, safety and speed. This machine is engineered to label secondary packaging at high speeds while minimizing downtime, reducing maintenance, and providing the best possible barcode quality.
In-Line Packaging Systems, Inc.
In-Line Packaging Systems offers a wide range of labeling machines designed to meet the bottling, case packing, and food packaging needs of its brewery, distillery, and food packaging customers. Model 1000FS Pressure-Sensitive Labeler uses feed screw infeed to increase precision spacing, accuracy, and speed in applying one body labels on round bottles and on one side of a rectangular bottle. The 1500NW is designed to apply front and back labels as well as neck labels to non-round bottles at speeds up to 150 bottles per minute with excellent label placement accuracy. The model 680 Pressure-Sensitive Case Labeler features a self-teaching label gap sensor, a microprocessor control, and stepper-driven labeling applicator.
Inline Filling Systems
Automatic labeling machines from Inline Filling Systems can be configured for front, back, wrap and multi-sided labeling applications of bottles and other containers. Automatic labeling machine puts spot labels on the front and back sides of round, square, rectangular or oval containers; unit will also do a full wrap on round containers. Automatic print-and-apply unit puts product and UPC code information on labels. Other machines in the product line include shrink sleeve, stretch sleeve and economy labeler options.
Kaps-All Packaging Systems Inc
Kaps-All manufactures Label-Vantage pressure-sensitive labelers for round and flat panel packaging, Ranging from low- to high-speed models, Kaps-All supplies front/back, wrap, and combination labelers. Models include the LF-40, a pressure-sensitive panel labeler for round, flat-sided and oval bottles reaching speeds of up to 40 m/min. (1,500 in./min.) Model LW-40 pressure-sensitive full and partial wrap labeler for round bottles.
Karlville Development Group
Karlville offers shrink sleeve lines including automatic shrink sleeve applicators, tamper-evident applicators and shrink tunnels for different container requirements. These lines can be integrated to existing production lines or installed off-line based on customer request.
KHS USA, Inc.
KHS manufactures reliable cross-sector labeling systems with patented technology for just about every shape of container, with a focus on the beverage industry. From roll-fed through hot melt and cold glue to self-adhesive labels, KHS labeling machines can be part of a KHS turnkey line, a single machine integrated into an existing setup or a future-proof modular concept. Featured labeling machines include the Innoket Neo SK, designed for premium self-adhesive labeling applications using printed transparent film for a direct print or “no-label” look. Whether processing conical or cylindrical containers, PET, glass or cans, the station is suitable for practically all shapes and materials and available as a cost-effective single station or in a tandem version for high-performance continuous operation. Maximum output is 60,000 bottles per hour for glass and PET containers and 35,000 containers per hour for cans.
Highlighted in the company's label machine product line is the KR555 LabelMaster, which applies pre-printed labels to flat products such as folded boxes. Other labeling machines offered by Kirk-Rudy include tabbers, RFID label applicators and label splicing equipment.
Kolinahr is a supplier of case labeling systems as well as pallet label applicators. The PLC-controlled CL3000 print and apply case labeler uses a Zebra® PAX print engine and heavy-duty spring-loaded tamp-pad that adapts to the case surface, wiping the label on as the case passes. Kolinahr pallet label applicators include the SA31000, a heavy-duty model that prints and applies labels to the front, side or back of a pallet load. Kolinahr’s other pallet labeling systems include two heavy-duty dual panel pallet label applicators and the SA1000 automatic pallet label applicator for applying labels to the side of a pallet load.
The Krones modular labelers handle cold-glue, hotmelt and self-adhesive labels for round containers or specially-shaped bottles of glass or PET. Their modular design enables a combination of different labelling techniques for only one container.
Label-Aire provides pressure-sensitive, print and apply, and RFID label systems for a wide range of bottle and container labeling applications. Designed to make labeling easier, faster, and more affordable, the Inline 5100-TS wrap labeling system has a rugged stainless steel cabinet base (including frame and side plates) and features designed to improve label placement accuracy and product spacing.The 3138-TS is Label-Aire's most advanced printer applicator, with advanced features including automatic setup with multiple programmable label pages for easy changeovers to labels of different sizes, rate compensation for improved label placement accuracy, and advanced user-configurable I/O connectivity. The 3138-N RFID is designed for easy setup, troubleshooting and changeover to more easily encode RFID tags.
Labelmate USA offers label applicators for bottles, boxes, and flat objects. The Bottlemate-1510P is designed to quickly and accurately label all types of cylindrical containers such as wine bottles by simply inserting the container and pressing a footswitch. Labelmate USA’s Boxmate line applies labels to boxes from 6- to 12-in. Wide. The Versamate-300 can label pouches, bags, envelopes and other flat items at speeds of up to 1,200 pieces per hour. In addition to pre-printed label applicators, Labelmate supplies a range of other labeling equipment, including label rewinders, label dispensers, core chucks, label unwinders, label counters and label slitting machinery.
Labelpack Automation, Inc.
LabelPack manufactures complete, turnkey labeling machines designed for rugged dependability in an industrial environment, including print-and-apply label applicators, semi-automatic label applicators and fully automatic label applicators. LabelPack can provide standard systems and custom solutions to the exact requirements of the customer.
Langguth America Ltd
The selfLAN 501 series is a simple add-on device. There are two different types: top and side labeller. Due to the addition of marking technologies such as thermal transfer-, inkjet- and laser printing individual demands can be realized as labelling upgrades for production lines.
Marburg Industries Inc
Marburg's shrink labeling and shrink band machines can handle PVC sleeves along with biodegradable green shrink sleeving options such as PET, OPS and PLA. The M5/M6 is a decorative shrink labeling and tamper-evident shrink band solution for the entry level user, running 100 bottles per minute. The M500 HS cuts and applies decorative labeling/taper-evident PVC bands at rates of 300 units per minute.
Marchesini Group USA Inc.
Marchesini Group USA makes pressure- sensitive labelers for the application of vignette labels and self-adhesive, tamper-evident seals on the closure points of formed cartons as well as labelers for pharmaceutical vials and ampoules in a small footprint.
In addition to its line of coding equipment, Markem-Imaje supplies print-and-apply labeling machines for corrugated cases and shrink wrapped packages. The 2200 Series can print and apply case labels at rates of up to 125 per minute regardless of the data complexity or content. With a simple media path, operators can reload label and ribbon rolls in less than 40 seconds. The 2200 Flex SE print-and-apply labeler offers versatile GS1 compliant labeling on front or side of products from shrink wrapped to corrugate substrates.
Matthews Marking Systems
Matthews Marking Systems offers the MPERIA A-Series,an industrial label printer that provides consistently precise label printing, placement, and validation. The simplicity of design makes it easy to operate with quick label changing and tool-free maintenance.
Multifeeder Technology offers both print-and-apply and peel-and-apply labeling machines that can be purchased off-the-shelf to add to an existing system or installed in a Multifeeder integrated system. Industrial labeler machines are designed to add production value and speed and increase company margins through low cost of ownership.
The all new MSSC label dispensers and applicators are now able to integrate with the Smart-Jet series of inkjet printers, allowing for unique date/lot coding and labeling all at once. This integration allows for better inventory control and compliance with date/lot coding standards.
Multivac’s labeling machines include cross-web labelers, direct web printers, inline labelers and conveyor belt labelers. Cross-web labelers are used to precisely label the top and/or bottom of a thermoformed pack and are operated using the HMI of the thermoforming packaging machine. Multivac’s direct web printers reliably print flexible data, texts and barcodes directly onto the upper web during the packaging procedure. Conveyor belt labelers are for applying labelers and marking thermoformed packs, trays, film pouches, tubs, and folding cartons. Inline labelers are designed for printing and applying labels precisely and consistently to either the top, bottom, or sides of packs, and can be easily installed on transport units or packaging machines.
Specialists in bottling and packaging solutions, Newmapak distributes bottle labelers from manufacturers including Quadrel and DMC, as well as related equipment such as bottle heating tunnels from OMAR. Featured labeling equipment includes automatic EconoLine wrap labeling system from Quadrel, an economically priced labeling system designed for various sized round containers that labels at speeds of up to 150 products/min. Model ML7 Top is an automatic “packaging island” for labeling champagne-type and still wine containers. Newmapak also distributes several shrink sleeve label applicators from Quadrel, handling a range of round containers.
Nita Labeling Systems
On each unit in its Sentient labeling machine line, Nita offers 100% license-free, non-proprietary electronics and software, servo only drives and motors, NitaCare live tech support, universal total speed synchronization, self-diagnosing software system with in-screen parts ordering, on-the-fly adjustments at the touch of a button and simplicity of operation. Featured machines from Nita’s extensive line include the Nita XP200-T, featuring two, high-speed labeling heads for accurate and efficient application of front, front and back labels, as well as multi-panel and full wrap labels to glass, plastic, metal and paper bottles, jugs, tubs and square, rectangular and oval containers. Other models include the Joust SSK-FLO, a flat bag labeler that applies a single top or top and bottom label to zipper bags and other flat sealed-edge bags, stand-up pouches, paper bags, boxes or other flat objects.
NJM Packaging offers a range of labeler models all customized for particular applications, but all built to be robust, reliable and versatile. Model Trotter W 127 is a servo motor-driven pressure-sensitive labeler that handles a wide range of containers and label applications including pharmaceutical, cosmetic personal care and household products at speeds of up to 150 cpm. Features an intuitive and user-friendly operator interface, with a graphical alarms and setup showing location on machine, OPC UA-ready, ZPI ProMach Line OEE Software-ready. Other NJM labeling machines include the Model 120 MINICOLT wrap-around pressure-sensitive labeler, affording affordable, compact and accurate performance in applying labels to round containers at speeds of up to 100 cpm.
Omori North America
Omori North America supplies complete labeling that complement packaging lines. Whether it is individual printers, top and bottom label applicators, conveyors or fully integrated systems, Omori can supply a solution to meet the customer's needs. Top and bottom label applicators can also be integrated into Omori stretch wrapper.
Omron Automation Americas
Omron’s V275 barcode quality grading system is used in conjunction with Zebra thermal printer/applicators and complies with ISO 15426 and GS1 standards, required for compliance to industry regulations such as FDA. With inspection reports for 100% of produced labels, users can be assured that full compliance with regulations is achieved, and that no products are shipped with defective labels.
Osio International, Inc.
Shrink sleeve labelers from Osio International include the SL5000S Automatic, designed as a fast, efficient, and easy to operate single head wrapper with a small footprint, simple operator interface, heavy duty construction and minimal maintenance.
Ossid designs labeling equipment to fit a variety of needs, including high-speed print-and-apply labelers (HSL) and weigh price labeling equipment (WPL). Ossid’s HSL are a complete stand-alone printing and labeling system, capable of applying pre-printed labels or print and apply labels to packaged products in a wide variety of industries with speeds of up to 175 packages/min. The Ossid NextGen Weigh Price Labeler (WPL) has been completely redesigned from the ground up, with a new modularized assembly allowing for short lead and delivery time and an all-new control system. The hybrid control system combines machine controls and system software into one processing unit, allowing for faster weighing, processing, and labeling times, translating into more packages per minute.
Pack Leader, USA
Pack Leader supplies pressure-sensitive labeling machines, fully automatic labeling machines, inline labeling machines, vertical labeling machines, horizontal labeling machines, top/bottom labeling machines, double-sides labeling machines and wrapround labeling machine for different needs.
Pak-Tec represents labeling machines from companies including Logopak, Arca, AFM, and Foxjet to meet a wide range of budget, product and application needs ranging from print-and-apply, primary product and shrink sleeves to pallet labeling and RFID applications.
For labeling bottles, jars, tubes, pouches, cartons or cases, Paxiom Group offers labeling equipment for a wide range of application needs. Featured products include a wraparound labeler that will automatically label cylindrical bottles, containers, jars, cans, tubes, cartons, and cases with adhesive labels. Paxiom also makes a two-in-one system that will automatically label the top of cap and apply a wraparound adhesive label to cylindrical bottles, containers, jars and cans.
PDC International Corp.
PDC’s shrink labeling equipment applies heat shrinkable labels that conform to a container's every curve, enabling complete decoration of unusual shapes – from top to bottom and 360 degrees around.
P.E. Labellers North America manufactures a broad range of labeling machines and stations, including pressure-sensitive, cold-glue, roll-fed, pre-cut hot melt and shrink sleeve systems as well as combined technology models and specialty solutions for equipment related to labeling applications. Featured models from the P.E. Labellers product line include the combined technology Modular SL labeling machine that allows for a multitude of configurations and application technologies, offering pressure-sensitive, hot melt, cold glue, roll-fed hot melt, thermal shrinking on a single machine. Automatic combined labeling technology machines can run at rates of up to 82,000 bottles/hour. Simpl-Cut™ stations are designed for roll-fed wraparound labeling applications. Maya is an automatic linear sleeve applicator for sleeve labels on containers, empty or full, of any material, shape and size, with shrinkage percentages up to 80%.
Pneumatic Scale Angelus
Pneumatic Scale Angelus supplies can labeling equipment including the Burt Horizontal Roll-Through Can Labeling Machine models 408 and 704 for tin, aluminum, composite, glass, or plastic containers. Burt horizontal roll-through labelers feature rugged durability designed for the rigors of daily production, precise application, and three types of conveying for positive container control. Burt labelers can apply full-wrap labels to cylindrical containers of virtually any material, at speeds of up to 800 containers/min. Machine can apply a broad range of labeling materials, including papers, foils, plastics and laminates, for maximum flexibility.
Potdevin manufactures label pasters and gluers as well as edge gluers for labeling applications. Featured label pasters include an automatic/semi-automatic machine that stacks labels in an adjustable hopper. After selecting speed and engaging the machine, operator engages machine to deliver labels on demand or for continuous delivery of labels. Variable speed permits adjustment of delivery speed. Models are available for 6-, 8 1/2-, and 12-inch labels.
Precision Automation Company, Inc.
In-line labeling systems by Precision Automation® include Arca label applicators, suitable for most industrial environments. A wide range of models (Easy, Evolution, Wind, and Flash) provide differing levels of capability and performance. Evolution is the flagship label applicator with a maximum linear operating speed of 2,000 inches per minute. From decorative primary product labels to simple case labeling, these efficient systems can be utilized in a variety of configurations. Arca’s print-and-apply systems offer printing and application in one automatic operation for on-demand printing of variable data in end-of-line applications. It also eliminates the need for label rooms and stocking of pre-printed labels.
Quadrel Labeling Systems
Quadrel Labeling Systems manufactures print-and-apply, pressure-sensitive, and shrink sleeve application systems ranging from simple, economically priced machines for smaller companies to sophisticated, technically advanced systems capable of speeds up to 500 ppm. Featured labeling systems include Quadrel's high-speed, non-stop, zero downtime labeling system with four servo-driven applicators designed to accommodate a wide variety of flat panel, oval or round containers at speeds in excess of 300ppm. System’s pneumatic slides reposition applicators outside of the guarding during roll changes to pull the applicator away from the conveyor for ease of label change. Features all overhead electronics, internationally compliant guarding, Allen-Bradley© PLC control and touchscreen operator interface.
The TEL10 Tamper Evident Labeler features a robust, modular design for a range of pharmaceutical industry applications. This portable and versatile labeler can easily be integrated with existing or new packaging lines to add another level of security to secondary packaging.
Shorewood Engineering Inc.
The Shorewood Model 350 Tube Labeler combines the reliability of a digital applicator head with the positive container handling of an indexing turret with quick change mandrels. It is engineered to apply a wrinkle/bubble-free wraparound label, or do spot labeling to an existing print. Design allows for either off-line labeling or integration into a tube filling line. Other labeling machines include the Model 4000 front/back inline pressure-sensitive labeling machine. Shorewood also makes the Rotary Series pressure-sensitive labeling system and the Programmable Servo Nest rotary labeler.
Flexible bottle labeling solutions from Sidel range from roll-fed and adhesive labelers to cold glue labelers. Featured systems include the EvoDECO Multi, offering a standardized carousel that can be equipped with up to four different labeling technologies: roll-fed, self-adhesive, cold glue and hot melt. The Sidel RollQUATTRO Evo is a roll-fed system for soft drink and water applications that use wraparound labels of either paper or plastic with hot glue that handles lightweight containers with different thicknesses, including extremely thin label material.
25-1600CPM sleeve labeler handles five sleeve label types for bottles: cap and body, full body, mid-body, shoulder and cap only. Other models include the SSL-800i vertical sleeve labeler, Sleeve Seal's fastest single-head labeler that runs at speeds of up to 800 cpm. The SSL-450 standalone vertical sleeve labeler offers high speeds and reliability in a smaller package.
The Labelmoto® electric label dispensers automatically peel and advances a wide range of labels and die-cut parts made from clear materials such as vinyl and acetate. The LD series has a photosensor, which ensures that the unit peels, dispenses, and advances accurately and consistently. The liner scrap is automatically rewound for a clean working environment. No tools are required to adjust the dispenser for different label sizes. It also has an adjustable strip plate for hard-to-release labels. The dispenser has a high-torque motor to handle the weight of large-diameter label rolls. It is suitable for industrial uses such as manufacturing, assembly, and packaging.
Storcan supplies a wide range of labeling for a variety of food and beverage packaging applications. Featured systems include front and back labeling machines that come with two high-speed servo labeling heads to handle front, front and back labels, as well as multi-panel and even full wrap labels for a wide range of container materials and shapes. Storcan’s Rotary roll-fed labeler applies plastic pre-glued labels from reels on cylindrical as well as rectangular, square, oval and other shaped containers. Other labeling systems include wrap, pallet, and linear cold glue labeling systems.
Tach-It / Ben Clements and Sons, Inc.
Ben Clements and Sons, Inc. manufactures Tach-It automated labeling solutions and label dispensers in electric and manual models as well as hand-held label applicators and label applicators for round products. Markets include fulfillment, e-commerce, 3PL, contract packaging, food service, manufacturing and anywhere pressure sensitive tapes and labels are used and applied.
Tadbik is an original equipment manufacturer of a full range of labeling machines and applicators, as well as complete shrink sleeve applicator systems. Highlights from Tadbik’s line of labeling equipment is the SLV-400 Shrink Sleeve Applicator, which applies full body shrink sleeve labels as well as tamper-evident bands at speeds of up to 36,000 containers per hour. Featuring accurate cutting and extended blade life, this versatile machine can be used for a wide variety of products and runs materials such as PET, PVC, OPS and PLA.
Tech-Long’s hot melt glue labeling machine features an optimized design with less consumable parts, reliable performance and low-running cost. Handling round bottles, square bottles and asymmetric full or empty bottles for beverages, liquid food, condiments, cosmetics and chemical industry, the machine features optimized label feeding and control and an optimized glue system to meet different applications.
Tripack offers a wide range of shrink sleeve applicators, tunnels, and material handling solutions for low, mid, and high-speed shrink sleeve label automation. Tripack applicators and shrink tunnels are designed to apply and shrink tamper-evident/consumer safety labels, primary labels, full body labels and multipack label applications. Line of sleeve applicators and shrink tunnels are designed for simplicity, easy operation, repeatability, and are backed by a 3-year warranty. Tripack sleeve applicators, shrink tunnels and turnkey shrink sleeve systems are used in a variety of industries including beverage, food, dairy, wine, spirits and craft beer, automotive, tape rolls, health and beauty, household care and cleaning products, pharmaceutical and nutraceutical products.
Turbofil Packaging Machines
TurboFil offers a full line of labelers for integration with its own filling, capping and crimping systems or for standalone use. Machines range from semi-automatic benchtop units to fully automatic standard and custom designed labelers for applications such as labeling cartridges, mascara vials, tubes and syringes, as well as wrap labeling for round bottles and front-back labeling, and bottom labeling for bottles. All labelers are available for merge, blow-on or tamp-blow applications. The applicators are stepper-motor driven and include a self-teaching label sensor. File encryption allows for easy on-site software revisions and upgrades. Date, lot, barcode printing available as well as full print-and-apply. TurboFil's benchtop labelers provide a cost-effective transition from manual labeling to automatic labeling.
Universal Labeling Systems
Universal Labeling Systems offers a wide range of labeling equipment for a variety of applications. Universal’s automatic and semi-automatic conical shape labeling systems are designed for conical or tapered shapes that include crescent-shaped or curved labels are a special challenge of labeling. Other models include the automatic product encapsulating labeling systems, featuring a three-roller mechanism that rotates and applies the label in synchronous motion. Universal Labeling Systems’ also supplies flag labeling systems, horizontal roller labeling and multi-side labeling systems, top and bottom label applicators and many more.
VC999 Packaging Systems Inc.
VC999 offers a variety of labeling equipment ranging from tabletop roll-fed systems to automatic labeling machines that can be used in conjunction with its line of vacuum chamber, tray sealing and related equipment or for other applications. Featured labelers include the PL 221, a top and bottom automatic labeling machine that has a wide range of ability, the PR 215 microprocessor-controlled automatic top labeling machine and the FT 500 film labelers, which are designed to accurately apply labels directly to the upper web before sealing.
Videojet Technologies Inc.
Videojet is a supplier of print-and-apply labelers for cases as well as label applicators for corrugated boxes, cartons, shrink wrap, pallets and clamshells. The Videojet 9550 labeling machine utilizes Direct Apply™ technology, a unique on-demand labeling method that allows accurate placement of the label onto the package without the need for an applicator, even at high speeds. The Videojet 9550 labeling machine utilizes Direct Apply™ technology, a unique on-demand labeling method that allows accurate placement of the label onto the package without the need for an applicator, even at high speeds. The Videojet Labeljet 210 Industrial Label Printer is a modern microprocessor controlled labeler that applies pre-printed adhesive labels to a wide variety of products – including surfaces such as cardboard boxes, plastic bales, product packaging – in low to medium duty production environments.
Weber Packaging Solutions
Weber offers a complete line of automatic label applicators engineered to rapidly apply preprinted pressure-sensitive labels to all types of products and packages. Each model is designed to address specific labeling requirements. Some models have high-speed application rates programmable up to 6,000 linear inches of label web/min or applications in which advanced stepper-motor or servo-motor technology and peel-tip sensing are involved. Weber also engineers automatic label applicators with gentle-contact (wipe-on) or non-contact (tamp-blow or air-blow) methods of application. Other models feature exceptional placement accuracy, or easy maintenance and unsupervised operation functions.
WeighPack Systems Inc. / Paxiom Group
For labeling bottles, jars, tubes, pouches, cartons or cases, Weighpack Systems, part of the Paxiom Group, offers labeling equipment for a wide range of application needs. Featured products include a wraparound labeler that will automatically label cylindrical bottles, containers, jars, cans, tubes, cartons, and cases with adhesive labels. Weighpack Systems also makes a two-in-one system that will automatically label the top of cap and apply a wraparound adhesive label to cylindrical bottles, containers, jars and cans.
WLS (formerly known as Weiler Labeling Systems)
WLS offers pressure-sensitive labelers that can label containers vertically or horizontally, while incorporating all major code printing and vision inspection brands. WLS’ RL-Series rotary labeler includes a variety of options such as product orienting, label coding, vision inspection, automated label rejection prior to application to the product and various product rejection methods. The VR-Series in-line labeler includes a variety of options such as vertical roller trunnion with vacuum drum label applicator, label coding, vision inspection and automated label reconciliation. WLS also makes the HR-Series in-line labeler with a variety of options available.
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