Breweries, wineries and distilleries each represent special sectors of the beverage industry, whose products including non-alcoholic beverages place enormous demands concerning labelling.
Here, the Langguth machine portfolio ranges from semi-automatic table-top labellers to fully-automatic linear labellers to classic rotary labellers up to a capacity of 500 CPM and more.
The product range includes all three labelling technologies on the respective machine types – also in combination.
- Wet glue labellingFrom stand-alone to high-speed requirements: As a whole 4 magazine types are available which can be used for labelling. Cut and stack labels are processed by first separating them, then glueing them and finally applying them to the containers.
- Hotmelt labellingBeverage products with an output of up to 60,000 bottles/h can be processed on the rotary machines. Langguth uses the specially developed spin-spray process as the initial glue application to pull the paper or film labels out of the magazine. The label is completely wrapped around the pack and sealed at the end with a hotmelt strip at the overlap.
- Self-adhesive labellingAdhesive or so-called self-adhesive labels are processed as reels in the labelling machines. The separator plate separates the individual label (film or paper) from the carrier web so that it can then be applied to the respective pack. The classic front, back and neck wrap-around labelling can also be carried out on the straight-feed machines, while the rotary labellers are available for other solutions.