Critical to a bottled product’s success is its appeal to the eye and its ability to convey a recognizable product or brand name. Where first impressions count so much for new product uptake your product, no matter how good it is, may be judged and discarded – in the blink of an eye – by itd cover; its label.
Unspoken thoughts by most consumers are if the label is not put on properly there’s something wrong with that product. At the very least if the manufacturer cannot properly monitor its product’s look or label what hope has that manufacturer got in properly monitoring its products contents.
When starting to ramp up production the question will always come up ; when is it the right time to buy a Bottle Labeler? Usually this question comes up when it can be seen that it is a painstaking slow process to apply self-adhesive labels on by hand and when the hand labeling process simply cannot produce the consistency of placement.
A bottle labeler takes over the job of moving the label and the product’s surface at a synchronized speed while the pressure sensitive label is being pressed down. This is in essence what a person tries to do as they work to apply a label manually onto a bottle. The problem is, when a person is doing this tricky task of bottle labeling, they usually have to do it very slowly to get it right and to get it consistent.
Bottle Labeling Equipment
The label applicator can form the most tricky and critical operation of a production line. The LabelOn™ Modular range is an excellent choice of Bottle labeler as it is so intuitive to use and so responsive to adjustments. This responsiveness makes it straight forward for the operator to quickly realize the impact of any single adjustment in isolation from other adjustments on the machine.
The LabelOn™ Modular machine can be configured to label bottles that are flat sided, oval cross-section (that is curved sides) and round bottles. In the round bottles category this labeling is further divided into labeling that is not dependent on a feature of the bottle – one or two labels and labeling that is dependent on a feature of the bottle – one or two labels (otherwise known as Orientation Labelling).
An in line bottle labeling equipment can form part of a complete production line that can include a bottle unscrambler, bottle filler, bottle capper, induction sealing machine, and a case packer. Of all these machines the machine that will need the finest control and the most sophisticated electronics and motor control is likely to be the label applicator. For those looking into a new production line it can be the labeling machine that needs the most consideration as it is this machine that will require the most settings and adjustments it is also likely the machine with the most sophisticated electronics.
The LabelOn™ bottle labeler represents a best value label applicator that has self-evident machine adjustments and is built for fast swap in swap out electronics service.