The Bottle Labeling Machine is one of the most helpful machine tools in any bottling facility. For each product, this handy little tool builds a virtual pallet. Since the labels can be readily removed for straightforward resizing, this is a particularly advantageous choice for businesses that send big amounts of merchandise. Quantity and name are color-coded on each label. The labelling machine “picks up” the color-coded region and generates a tag that is precisely the right size for the goods when the roller is positioned where it needs to be on the pallet. This lowers waste, frees up time for firm employees, and encourages distributors, producers, and retailers to stick with a certain brand.
Three Types of Labeling Configuration for Bottle Labeling Machine
The front-push, vertical-wrap, and back/front label combinations are the three most common types. Some machines also have extra features including UV curing capability, full-color labels for visual arts applications, unique forms for medical applications, and bottle labels for small B2B loads. The front-push, vertical-wrap, and back/front machines are the most often used of them. Each sort of machine has benefits and drawbacks. The only alternative that integrates all three categories into one practical package is the Bottle Labeling Machine.
The front-push machine is the most basic, affordable, and user-friendly. A uniform border that contains the color-coded labels is created by manually rolling the tapered label applicator over the necks of the bottles. The drawback of manual labour is that it requires more time and effort and may result in low production. Additionally, the roll labels can be altered manually, however it is a more difficult operation. Additionally, the ability to manually mark products is insufficient for large-scale packaging processes.
Although more expensive, the vertical-wrap and rear label applicators are more adaptable, provide more possibilities, and have quicker checks. Vertical wrap uses plastic trays that stretch to wrap around the sides of the bottles, enabling stacking or uncutting. The back/front label machine includes an automated push button that automatically rolls the labels, doing away with the need for manual assistance. These bottle labelling machines offer a greater capacity for meeting global labelling standards.
The hot stamp label applicator, the third type, is the most advanced and useful. It applies the coloured labels using a thermal hot stamp. This machine is more portable because coloured tapes don’t need to be changed. Hot stamping is less adaptable as a machine for large volume label applications since it can only apply a finite number of colours. The hot stamp cold transfer applicator, the third option, uses the same tray mechanism as the hot stamp option but operates using a cold thermal transfer method, producing a higher level of labelling precision. Although this machine costs more and uses more electricity, the precision and quality of its full label applications lead to a better level of label satisfaction.