The Model 700MB is capable of applying one or two body labels and a neck label. In the base configuration it is capable of applying one body label.
In the base configuration, there are features of this machine which make it ideal for microbrewery applications. These include a built-in bottle accumulation table, star-wheel mechanism for proper bottle spacing for labeling, and an extended conveyor on the infeed end. This makes the machine ideal for labeling either after filling or before filling. Options are indicated for two body labels and a neck label. Some other options include the hot stamp or ink jet coder, clear label sensor, and heavy duty casters.
The machine is loaded with nice features; all stainless steel and aluminum construction, off-the-shelf components rather than proprietary boards and motors, a stepper-driven applicator and a standard Touchscreen interface on all models. All speeds on every 700 are synchronized together to avoid common labeling errors, and our Autoset (optional) bottle measurement and recipe system ensure easy setups and changeovers.
The Paradigm is capable of accuracy to +/- 1/32” depending on the product. Products to be labeled are sensed as they pass a photo-eye. The photo-eye initiates a signal that is transmitted to the PLC. After a fully adjustable delay, the label is dispensed onto the passing product. For round products, the bottle spins between a powered belt and back compression pad, “wrapping” the label onto the round container. Controls consist of a main power switch, and a Touchscreen operator interface which provides information and access to the label delay, label gap delay, batch count, speeds and more.