Pre-made Stand-up Pouch Label Applicator | Link Pack

Pre-made Pouch Label Applicator
Front & Back with feeder

This automatic pouch label applicator will accurately apply front and back labels to most stand-up pouches, whether they have a press-to-close zippers or not.  The bag labeler features a dual-stack magazine for empty bags, two Herma servo-driven label applicators, an Allen Bradley PLC and HMI.  It is capable to run 50 to 70 pouches per minute, depending on lenght and quality of pouch.

 

The operation of this pre-made pouch label applicator is easy and it can accommodate several size of pouches ranging between 4” wide to 12” wide with maximum lenght of 14”.  Most set-up parameters are memorized as a recipe in the PLC and can be recalled from the touch screen (HMI).  A few mechanical adjustments are required, but all adjustments have dial indicators or rulers to make it quick and easy.

 

This automatic Pre-made Pouch Label Applicator is a perfect companion to any Pre-made Pouch Fill/Seal machine such as this Rotary Fill/Seal Bagger.

Category:

Labelers




Features

High quality construction and long-lasting machine components

Allen Bradley PLC & HMI

Herma servo label heads

Recipe management via touch screen

Compliant to safety regulations e.g. UL, CSA, OSHA

Motorized conveyor for pouch feeder

Motorized conveyor for pouch labeler

Welded-frame design

Quick Pouch Size Changeovers

Options

Coder (thermal transfer, ink jet or laser)

Vision inspection (OCR/OCV)

Long-autonomy pouch magazine

Tall labels (240mm or 300mm instead of 160mm)

Accumulation conveyor for labeled pouches

Reject system for faulty pouches

Specifications

Ideal for empty pouches or flat cartons

Speed up to 70 per minute

208V, 1ph, 60Hz / 24VDC

Pneumatic: 80 to 90 PSI / 6 scfm clean dry air

300mm (11.5'') diameter label rolls

160mm (6'') label height (standard)

Applications

viscous & semi-viscous

dairy

powders

Frozen / IQF

Chemicals

Pharma & Nutra

nuts & dried fruits

confection & sweets

with chuncks

pet food

solids in brine