Used IMA Libra Sensitive SLV labelling machine

M1903101008
IMA(36)
Libra Sensitive SLV
to be verified
on request

Description *

fully automatic and designed to apply: Bullets or labels on top of formed cardboard boxes.
Speed: Up to 400 units per minute.
We have the manuals and original documentation of the machine.
Checked for correct operation and operation

The labeller model SENSITIVE SVL is a fully automatic machine, designed to apply labels to be positioned on the top of cardboard boxes or jars.
With a total length of 600 mm, the machine is designed to facilitate the application of labels on existing packaging lines and where space restrictions are a serious problem. The speed of the machine is up to 400 units per minute.
The cardboard boxes are fed and transported by means of a self-pulling conveyor belt.
The cardboard boxes are transported to the labelling station by means of 2 lateral belts that guarantee the correct positioning of the cardboard during the application of the label.

- Equipment made entirely of stainless steel, with the process units slightly elevated above its base, for easy access and cleaning operation.
- General operation via PLC and touch screen control panel

Carton measurement range:
A. From 20 to 150 mm
B. From 10 to 100 mm
C. From 50 to 210 mm

Equipment completely enclosed by square aluminium tubes, with polycarbonate plates and front access through doors.
General control panel, located on the left side of the chassis with emergency stop button.

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Specific Details

pharmaceutical, cosmetics, nutraceutical
400 /min
automatic

Conditions and size

In production
Excellent
1200 mm
1100 mm
1900 mm
350 kg
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Machine available prior sale. Technical specifications are not binding and may be modified without notice.

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