Print, Code & Apply Flag Tag

The label applicator LA 5200 RFID is a true all-rounder, providing an all-in-one solution. The “Print, Code & Apply Flag Tag” process involves the automatic writing, printing and application of tags.

Depending on application requirements, label formats from 20 x 5 mm to 180 x 350 mm can be processed, with up to 210 labels being dispensed per minute. The process may also include the optional “Bad Tag Reject” unit, to ensure that only error-free tags are applied.

An “Auto Flag Tag” dispenser is also available for the LA 5200 RFID, to help achieve satisfactory performance when handling surfaces and products that are not optimally suited for RFID tagging because of their physical characteristics. The portion of the label that holds the RFID tag is automatically folded by the dispenser before application and is thus raised slightly above the surface.

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    Legi-Air 4050 TWIN

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    A new system for the classification, labelling and packaging of substances and mixtures was introduced throughout Europe on 20th January 2009, when the European GHS regulation (EC) No. 1272/2008, also referred to as CLP regulation, entered into force. The new EU directive also affects labelling requirements. New pictograms in the shape of a red diamond with a white background are replacing the orange ones in the EU.

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    Legi-Air 5300 Tyre Label Printer-Applicator

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    According to an EU regulation all new tires produced in or after January 2012 and placed on the market within the EU must bear a standardized EU sticker, such as those already seen on washing machines and refrigerators. The new label must contain precise details with seven grades (A-G) of fuel efficiency, wet grip, and exterior noise when in motion (in dB), respectively.

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    The Epson colour label printer range

    Recent advances in on-demand colour printing technology, a field led by Epson, have made traditional two-stage colour label printing a thing of the past. Our on-demand colour printers give you complete control of the label production, allowing you to print the customised colour labels exactly when you need them and in the quantities that you will actually use.

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    Geset 117 Top and Bottom Labelling System

    The Geset 117 labelling system is used to label square products on the top and bottom side automatically. Depending on the type and dimension of the product, different label sizes are used. The products are fed manually or by a conveying system provided by the customer at an infeed passage on the labelling system. Care should be taken on accurate alignment of the products. It is essential that the products are forwarded separately to the applicator with a gap between each other.

    When the light barrier is reached, an application trigger is tripped. Both label applicators apply then in Wipe On procedure a label onto the product. The label on top side is pushed on the product by a brush or roller. The label on bottom side is pushed on the product by the self-weight of the product. After labelling the products move on and can be removed from conveyor by the customer.

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