Invention of Advanced Labeling Technology

With the Innoket Roland 40 series labeling machine the KHS technology group is launching a compact labeler the packaging industries. The machine is going to be premiered at this year’s Drinktec trade exhibition in Munich, capital of Bavaria, Germany.

“The new machine is specially engineered towards lines with a small performance,” explains the labeling product manager at KHS. Throughout the design phase, specific attention was paid by the engineers to straightforward operation and a high degree of ergonomics and economical benefits.

The KHS Innoket Neo’s brother performs at a capability of 2,500 to 25,000 bottles per hour and is therefore specifically tailored to the necessities of craft breweries and small to medium sized bottlers and canners of all kinds. The Innoket Roland 40 labeler may be fitted with varied labeling stations and is characterised by its simple use and also the accustomed high technological standards of quality offered by KHS.

The table-based machine isn’t solely of interest to craft breweries but additionally to firms within the food and non-food industries, comparable to makers of canned or jarred food products, pet food or shampoo.

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Marcel
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Looks like a good machine. Seems completely made of stainless steel?

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