MULTIVAC Introduces New Full Wrap Labelling
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The process consists of just one wraparound label to securely seal the packs and also provide the product presentation at the same time.
MULTIVAC has announced new full wrap labelling offering a sustainable and high-quality solution for plastic-free packaging concepts. The process consists of just one wraparound label to securely seal the packs and also provide the product presentation at the same time. they also guarantee a high level of acceptance with consumers, who are increasingly reaching for recyclable packs.
Greater efficiency and cost-effectiveness through automation
With its L 310 full wrap conveyor belt labeler, MULTIVAC can now offer an efficient solution for the attractive presentation of fresh fruit and vegetables in trays, which are stable and straight-walled without any product protrusion, or alternatively in trays with side flaps, if there is some degree of product protrusion.
The cardboard trays are automatically labelled and sealed on the run with self-adhesive labels made of paper, and the trays are either fed in manually or transferred directly from an upstream module. This provides significant cost savings and higher cycle rates, when compared with time-consuming, manual packaging solutions. The cycle output of the L 310 is up to 90 packs per minute. Labels with a width of up to 500 mm and a weight of up to 170 g/m² can be run – and if required, an additional label can also be applied to the bottom of the pack during the same process.
The labeler can be equipped with a zero-downtime function for even more efficiency and process reliability, as well as with label/print monitoring at even the highest throughput. A wide selection of printing technology is also available for printing all the production-related data.
Maximum flexibility for shapes, materials and convenience
Standard self-adhesive labels made of paper or renewable materials are used to ensure that the pack is completely plastic-free and recyclable. But labels made of PP or PET can also of course be used for full wrap labelling. When compared with cardboard sleeves, full wrap labelling enables very light label material to be used, and this in turn has a positive effect on the CO2 balance along the entire process chain.