Etikettierung von Wein - Likoerflaschen ALline-E
Garburg ALline E
ALline-E mit Kettenausrichtung
  • Inline front and back labe­l­ing machi­ne Labe­l­ing for flat and ellip­ti­cal shaped products.
  • Ultra-rug­ged, ful­ly enc­lo­sed base structure/chain conveyor/superstructure — for com­ple­te sys­tem rigidity
  • Sta­te-of-the-art clo­sed-loop real-time feed­back synchronization
  • Cen­tra­li­zed manage­ment con­trol with com­ple­te memo­ry function/remote access module
  • Pre­cis­i­on moti­on sys­tems with stan­dard sca­les and coun­ters on all moti­on devices
  • Out­put can be set up to 500 pieces/min

ALli­ne E is a high per­for­mance front and back labe­l­ing sys­tem desi­gned for line cri­ti­cal inline operation.

It is desi­gned for opti­mi­zed con­fi­gu­ra­ti­on in a modu­lar for­mat with a ste­p­less choice of spa­cing, ori­en­ta­ti­on and labe­l­ing head solu­ti­ons (from the ALrit­ma series), sel­ec­ted accor­ding to the pro­ducts to be mark­ed and the per­for­mance requi­re­ments of the application.

To syn­chro­ni­ze the­se ele­ments, all ALli­ne E labe­l­ing sys­tems have a sta­te-of-the-art elec­tro­nic enco­der sys­tem as stan­dard. This clo­sed-loop sys­tem moni­tors all of its devices in real time, ensu­ring that they are per­fect­ly on time, even under load or when start­ing or stop­ping the machine.

A lar­ge, top-moun­ted touch­screen con­trol ope­ra­tes all machi­ne modu­les with intui­ti­ve ope­ra­ti­on via a visu­al machi­ne dis­play and full reci­pe for­mat sto­rage with set­up para­me­ters for all devices, not just the labe­l­ing head as is com­mon with most com­pa­ra­ti­ve machines.

This fea­ture offers the advan­ta­ge of full opti­miza­ti­on of each pro­duct reci­pe set­up, allo­wing dif­fe­rent pro­ducts to run at dif­fe­rent con­vey­or speeds or pro­duct pit­ches (for exam­p­le). It also includes all equip­ment set­up values (recor­ded from the machine’s stan­dard axis dials and sca­les) for ful­ly repeata­ble set­ups bet­ween pro­ducts and bat­ches, eli­mi­na­ting any ope­ra­tor set­up ambiguity.

The design of each ALli­ne E requi­res four essen­ti­al pro­ces­ses for accu­ra­te labe­l­ing; name­ly pro­duct spa­cing, pro­duct ali­gnment, pro­duct sta­bi­liza­ti­on and then label application.

ALli­ne E’s robust solid base struc­tu­re pro­vi­des an ultra-stiff plat­form to ensu­re com­ple­te rigi­di­ty and posi­tio­nal con­ti­nui­ty of the various ele­ments — cri­ti­cal for con­sis­tent, repeata­ble and accu­ra­te labe­l­ing, which is a core requi­re­ment of the machine.

For this reason, all ALli­ne E sys­tems fea­ture a top trest­le, even wit­hout a cabi­net, which har­dens the top sta­bi­li­zing belt for increased rigi­di­ty of the enti­re system.

All ALli­ne E ver­si­ons also come stan­dard with a stain­less steel top pla­te, a chain con­vey­or (that can be pul­led out), and a top-moun­ted con­trol panel that can be rota­ted 180 degrees (for machi­ne ope­ra­ti­on on eit­her side of the pro­duc­tion line), pro­vi­des a user-fri­end­ly ope­ra­tor inter­face, and, of cour­se, liquid protection.

If requi­red, ALli­ne E can be spe­ci­fied with a housing and/or ful­ly stain­less 304 or 316 con­s­truc­tion — i.e. for wet or cor­ro­si­ve environments.