MULTIVAC Marking & Inspection will also be focusing on conveyor belt labellers in Hall 5. One example of this is the BASELINE L 300, a cost-effective entry-level model for simple or less sophisticated labelling tasks. The L 310 is capable of handling higher outputs and more complex labelling requirements for a wide range of products and packs such as trays, boxes, pots and thermoformed packs.
In Düsseldorf MULTIVAC will be integrating one model from this series into a G 700 traysealer line for C labelling. This type of labelling is used for example to provide optimum presentation of trays on the supermarket shelf, but it can also be used for securing the tray lid or ensuring that a folding tray does not spring open. The label is applied over three sides of the pack - the labeller on the exhibition stand in Hall 5 will be showing labelling on the top, leading edge and bottom of the tray.
In addition to this, MULTIVAC will also be showing a L 310 as part of a T 300 line for applying a promotional label, and the labeller has a transport length of just 625 mm. The labelling experts from Enger have reengineered the blowon applicator and can now use it for the first time on label dispensers of the LD generation. This means that promotional labels from 30 x 30 mm up to 70 x 70 mm can be blown without contact onto the pack by an air blast, or blown very accurately into recesses - such as for example on the tray base of skin packs. The product height can be up to 90 mm.
The L 330, which is integrated into the thermoforming packaging line, is used particularly for labelling packs of sliced products. It is designed in the IP 69K protection class and meets even the highest hygiene requirements. The packs are transported by toothed belt guides at the sides, so that they are easily accessible for visual inspection.
On its stand in Hall 17, MULTIVAC will be exhibiting for the first time on a small R 081 thermoforming packaging machine a DP 230 direct web printer with a TTO 06 thermal transfer printer, which can be linked to a network. The DP 230 is installed in the sealing station area, so that there is good accessibility to the loading area. It prints in the longitudinal and cross directions on the packs and is suitable for both multirow and multitrack dies. The direct web printers are specially designed for the particular machine model and therefore always form a perfect unit as regards design and controls. Thanks to the new servo drives, no measurement runs for positioning the printer are required - this saves time at machine start and batch change.
With its TTP 06 printer, MULTIVAC is incorporating a thermal printer of the latest generation. The cost-effective model, which is only available on the market from January 2017, has a printing width of 32 mm and is suitable for narrow print areas, but it can also print barcodes and 2D codes, which are important in the medical product sector, with excellent quality and at higher output ranges.
MULTIVAC presents a comprehensive range of inspection systems and labelling solutions
Wolfertschwenden, 23 January 2017 - At interpack 2017 MULTIVAC Marking & Inspection will have a presence in two exhibition halls: in addition to various inspection systems on Stand E23 in Hall 5, the company will primarily be demonstrating the capabilities of its labelling solutions and how they can be integrated into T 300 and G 700 traysealer lines. The company's exhibition presence on Stand A51 in Hall 17 will be aimed at manufacturers of medical and pharmaceutical products - for the first time a direct web printer with thermal transfer printing will be shown on a compact R 081 thermoforming packaging machine.