Warehouse labelling systems from Bizerba. Industry leaders in the area or checkweighing and label design and distribution. The GLM-Imaxx 40 fully automatic labeller. Designed specially for large containers, crates and large boxes or packages. For continuous labelling.
Warehouse Labelling Systems – Automatic
The automatic version GLM Imaxx 40 as standard has three belts. One for singling, weighing and labelling. Offering thermal direct printing or thermal transfer printing. Thermal transfer can be applied via, blow on, stamp or rotating designs. Depending on the application required.
Offering an impressive weight capacity of up to 60 kilograms per unit. At speeds of over 60 units per minute. This is a truly high speed heavy duty labelling and checkweigh system for any logistical scenarios. Tailored to your requirements.
On the other end of the scale we have the GLM-B 120. A high output labeller. Offering higher speed but with the added flexibility that it can be positioned anywhere within the plant. As a stand alone system or integrated with other lines for production. Adaptable, easily integrated into lines, checkweighers, terminals. The all round industrial or logistics labeller.
To compliment the warehouse labeller we have developed a complete range of In-motion scales.
Warehouse Labelling Systems – Scales
Where heavy loads are involved, safety is always of a concern. Consider the CWL Eco flexx and CWL-I dynamic in-motion scales or a checkweigher. Easily integrated into existing lines or conveying systems. Weighing ranges from 15 Kilograms to 60 Kilograms.
Perfectly suited to harsh environments produced with IP65 high protection. With scanner control offering complete product recognition. A modular system that can fit into any production line already in place.
If you are looking for logistical applications with regard labelling, checkweighing or conveyors we have it all covered. Contact Bizerba today for a free site survey or consultation visit. Alternatively book an appointment to view our products at our show room in Milton Keynes.