Used Bottling Lines

Labeler

Labeler

The used machine has the task of physically attaching the label to the bottle. Her job is to make the labels adhere with the utmost care and precision, even up to 100,000 b/h. The label plays a very important role in the bottling phase. In addition to giving a visual and brand recognition to the producer, you are obliged to define information as all the production data such as origin and alcohol content.

How does it work

Although it is rare to find equipment prior to filling and capping, it is usually positioned after these processes. The bottle enters and is positioned at the base of the plates that support it. From the entrance to the exit, the heads above the bottles are lowered in order to keep them still and in position. In this way, one or more labels are able to adhere perfectly to the body or neck of the bottle.

Different Types

The used labeling machine for sale machine is different as per: Labeling type, placement and method, adhesive glue, and speed of production, among others. In terms of production, speed can vary its mechanics and be built in a linear or rotary way. Can be still used or new pressure-sensitive or sliver technology. When production does not need to be in the hundreds of thousands, and you want to keep the overall dimensions the same, the linear type is the best choice; Rotary equipment allows a very high production speed of up to 100,000 bp/h.

Different application

There are different types of products and the type of containers used. We can find the wrap-around label on classic water bottles; Here the label makes a complete turn until it closes, forming a collar. Usually, glass bottles have a single label or several labels, such as for wines, oils, and spirits. Used equipment for sale of this type must be very accurate and all labeled at the same height and at the same height; therefore, bottles often feature one to four pieces of label on the body and a stamp on the neck. In the case of some spirits or wines, the label can be applied to seal the cork; and, that's happen as for state seals or the DOC and DOCG wine mark or tax sales as L or U Type Stations; which surround the machine could be new or used and there is a type of label in each station and their number is proportional to the type of adhesive part used. If a bottle has two labels on the body, front, and back, plus a stamp on the neck, you frequently have 3 stations. Regardless of the type of labeling used, there are some features that make the difference: Quality, reliability, and continuity of distance accuracy between the front and rear position. There are modular and combined used machines of labelling for sale, they have different usable modules; These are for a format change and type of labeling at speed. While using one type of label, you can already prepare the format change without having to stop the machine. Manufacturers of used labeling machines are typically Krones, P.E. Labellers, Sacmi, Enos, Cavagnino and Gatti, Sidel, Axtra