Labelling 250 bottles in a minute without sizeparts?

The German built DEM Labeller was designed with maximum OEE in mind. Size changeover times have been slashed. The only part to exchange is the label reel itself. The labeller is designed to accommodate round bottles of varying heights and diameters without the use of sizeparts. All this is possible at a speed of 250 bottles per minute.

The New Deckert Labeller revolutionises Labelling

The German built DEM Labeller was designed with maximum OEE in mind. Size changeover times have been slashed. The only part to exchange is the label reel itself. The labeller is designed to accommodate round bottles of varying heights and diameters without the use of sizeparts. All this is possible at a speed of 250 bottles per minute. Size changeover takes place at the HMI. The recipe determines the opening of the grippers that hold the bottles in the machines linear transport. Small servos move the guides up or out to accommodate the varying heights and diameters. Even the label printer’s height is controlled by the recipe. The only task for the operator is to make sure that the correct reel is in the dispenser. What more could you want?
… Just one more thing. The labeller can be fitted with an over cap placing module.

Revolutions in labelling go beyond the 250 per minute machine. For speeds up to 50 per minute we offer a Mono-Block filler, capper and labeller. It is an entire line despite its small footprint. The whole machine requires no more than 2 square metres of space. Empty bottles are filled, capped and labelled. Changeover for a line has been reduced to the exchange of a single star wheel and a number of guides.

Gantry Robots are becoming common as Warehouse Automators

Gantry Robots are begining to frequent totes and crate stores. There reach makes them exceptional choices. Some customers have used the area underneath the frame of the Gantry Robot a holding place for SKUs from porduction that are required to make selection packs. These products are stored in crates on the ground adn retreived in partial stacks when requried.

In the food processing industry customers have placed the Gantry Robots inside the cold store to handle crates of frozen food delivering individual filled or empty crates to their production equipment.

Monobloc Tablet Counter Exhibited at Fachpack is fast becoming a hit

This tablet counter can multi-task very well. She cleans the bottles, fills them with tablets, caps them and labels them. All the while she has her eyes open and is constantly inspecting the tablets for broken pieces and miscolouring…

The Deckert T-AVM Mono-block tablet counter was exhbited at Fachpack this year. This tablet counting machine is an extremely compact, versatile, mono-block counting line. Perhaps fittingly, the German for machine is feminine. Indeed, this tablet counter can multi-task very well. She cleans the bottles, fills them with tablets, caps them and labels them. All the while she has her eyes open and is constantly inspecting the tablets for broken pieces and miscolouring. She rejects bottles that are mislabelled or miss-filled. She induction seals and inserts desiccant. She’s always mindful of weight and can gross and tare weigh. She can handle small bottles and vials or larger containers. Her count accuracy is guaranteed at 100%. Her petite size is approximately 2 square metres, excluding conveyors and peripherals.

Many customers have fallen in love with her. From London, Moscow to Frankfurt. They were convinced about the quality of her build and found others couldn’t do as much as her in as little space. Her integrated CF622 Cremer tablet counter is a revolution in counting. The unit is servo-driven and can reach higher outputs in fewer lanes. The integrated camera system detects broken pieces and rejects the appropriate bottle.
Raupack also offer whole turnkey tablet counting lines as separate machines for speeds up to 240 per minute.