KHS has introduced a new generation of Innoket Roland 20/5 H - VD labellers, claiming to set new standards in the field of labelling technology.
The machine operates with two wet-glue labelling stations and two pressure-sensitive labelling stations. Wet-glue and pressure-sensitive labelling can be combined as required.
A highlight of the new generation of labellers is the capability of processing wrap-around labelling of pressure-sensitive labels. This is made possible by the Innoket Vario-Drive - the electronic bottle turret control.
The container turret, motor, and the electronics create a single plug & play unit. Individual bottle rotation is geared entirely to the bottle format and style of dressing. A camera system senses optical signals to provide precise labelling results.
The exact labelling process stored in the computer for each bottle style is ready for retrieval at the push of a button for effortless and variable adaptation to new container shapes and dressings.
The Innoket 20/5 H - VD is a generation of labellers that for the first time is capable of handling such a wide range of tasks.
The 20-bottle-turret model Innoket Roland 20/5 H - VD can be equipped with four labelling stations. A larger 30-turret model labeller, for example, is available if more than four labelling stations are required.
Aside from pressure-sensitive and wet-glue labelling stations, it is also possible to integrate hot-melt labelling stations in the Innoket Roland 20/5 H - VD for application of loose plastic as well as paper labels.
Besides glass bottle labelling and labelling of contour glass containers, the Innoket Roland 20/5 H - VD can also process plastic containers.