Notaris Top Labeler is a premium top labeler for applying pressure sensitive labels onto caps.
The top labeling machine is designed to apply labels to the top of a container. Top labels are frequently used as seals in tamper-resistant packaging, to provide expiration dates on fresh and prepackaged foods, and in promotional marketing.
The Notaris Top Labeler is a premium top-labeling machine designed for top-label application on containers, trays, and cartons. It’s capable of applying labels for product information, marketing, or tamper evidence requirements with superior application precision. It includes an upstream sensor that detects the presence of containers to automatically start the labeler, indexing containers into the labeler. An inductive sensor at the label applicator detects the presence of labels and indexes to apply the label precisely to the container.
Features & Benefits
- Panel label application with top hold-down belt and a combination of wipers and rollers
- Herma 500 servo head
- Easily configured with infeed and outfeed turntables for a complete labeling solution or integration into a packaging line
- A comprehensive range of options for labels and containers to tailor labelers to your specific requirements
- Speeds up to 100 cpm
- Multiple configurations available including a choice of labeling location
- Stainless steel conveyor with adjustable guide rails
- Allen Bradley PLC and color touchscreen
- Integration of lot code and expiration printing on the web
- Visual inspection of labels and printing
- Full serialization package available for track and trace requirements
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