The labeller uses environmentally friendly labels with no wasteful non-recyclable, non-biodegradable siliconised liner material. As well as C-wrapping regular shaped packs it is capable of labelling irregular packs such as whole birds.
It has been designed to have control of both ends of the label in the feed system, improving positional accuracy of the label around the package.
The feed system is independent of label length and conveyor speed, hence allowing longer labels to be run without loss of throughput, a great improvement over other solutions. With ever increasing label information, and hence length, this can help productivity.
The low level label reel mounting system is designed to reduce the height to which label reels must be lifted by operators. Long C-wrap labels are surprisingly heavy. The absence of a liner has the advantage of making reel changes quicker and easier, with no need to thread a take up reel.
The unique label construction allows for easily legible black reverse print, not the shaded grey used by standard labels.
The linerless labels can be made from slightly thicker than normal material, minimising wrinkling on application. A range of other materials can be used, including film.
Thermal transfer overprinters from a range of manufacturers can be optionally fitted. These print at the point of application, minimising wasteful printed labels on changeovers.
The labellers can be interfaced with a weighing machine to print variable data if required.
The Le Mac Australia Group | Labelling Innovators
The Le Mac Australia Group was established in 1984 and in the beginning focused on providing tamper evident packaging. The company is now positioned to offer a wide range of packaging solutions covering ...