Self-adhesive technology provider Herma has introduced its Herma 362E labelling machine with Allen Bradley controls from Rockwell.
Intended for two-sided labelling, the Herma 362E series includes different components than the larger M-series, consisting of an enclosed stable as well as a durable stainless steel machine.
The E-series machine, which occupies only a little more space than the smaller C-series, is suitable for large workflows and high-speed operations. Like all Herma labelling machines, it is based on a modular design.
The system dispenses with high levels of accuracy using a centring device and scroll-type separator components.
Herma labelling machines division head Martin Kühl said that the company's machines have already been very well received in North America.
"Multinational companies in particular, such as in the food industry, are increasingly opting for globally universal machine standards in their individual plants. Being able to offer the same machine with two different, but comparable controls, increases flexibility - both for users and for us," Kühl added.
Herma will showcase the 362E machine at Interpack in Düsseldorf, Germany from 8 to 14 May.
Image: Herma labelling machines with Rockwell's Allen Bradley controls. Photo: courtesy of Herma.