Rotary Labelers for pressure-sensitive labels
Performance and versatility are equally important factors when it comes to rotary labeling systems. With that mind, Gernep has developped the Soluta Rotary Labeler Series to apply pressure-sensitive labels to almost any shape or size of bottles reliably.
In many case, the slightly higher cost of PS Labels (compared to cut & stack labels) is offset by the low price of label size parts, the quick changeovers and because no cleaning is required. Rotary pressure-sensitive labelers also works with different material (paper, clear plastic) and unlimited graphic options with shapes, sizes and finish.
Gernep is using servo-driven Label Applicators which are perfectly integrated with the main control of the Soluta Rotary Labeler and all parameters are memorized by the PLC for quick format changeovers.
Gernep has developped the Soluta Rotary Labeler Series to apply pressure-sensitive labels to almost any shape of bottles or products. The latest design features a round frame, allowing better access to the label applicators and enhanced safety for the operators.
The Gernep Soluta Rotary Labeler comes in different configurations to apply PS labels to many different containers made of glass, PET, plastic and metal with up to 8 label applicators. If offers maximum versatility for manufacturers of beverages, food, chemicals, pharmaceuticals and cosmetics.
The Soluta Rotary Labeler is available with:
The standard for equipment versatility and flexibility in cup labelling.
The technology of this innovative cup labelling system has evolved from practice. The heart of the system, the labelling station with self-adhesive labelling from the roll, has been functionally supplemented by an automatic destacking and stacking station.
This means that continuous labelling of single to multi-piece contoured cups is possible for the first time. The money and effort that is saved by minimising stock keeping is eminent, since production can also take place “just in time” with this system if required.
The stacks of cups are placed into stack guides manually and led to the cup destacking station (clocked).