selfLAN® 505

The machine series selfLAN® 505 is the LANGGUTH introductory model for labelling cylindrical containers. Although a simple design this labeler delivers flexibility for the application of both patch and fullwrap labels, moreover delivers accuracy for precisely applying registered labels on oriented containers. Integration of various marking technologies expands the usefulness of this model. Although a simple machine design, this labeller adheres to LANGGUTH’s highest standards of manufactured quality.

Advantages:

  • Compact design
  • Highly attractive purchase price
  • Introductory model for cylindrical containers

Technical data: (basic)

Basic frame: Welded stainless steel square tube
Conveyor: Conveyor belt
Speed: Fixed speed
Infeed: Speed adjustable
Roll prism: Counter rolls not adjustable to one another (only with tools)
Machine length: 1.500 mm
Container Ø: Max. 120 mm -> 750g can
Label height: Max. 160 mm in 3-roll orientation device,
max. 100 mm in the roll-on station
Label length: Max. 400 mm
Ø Roll reception: 300 mm
Control: Depending on machine configuration:
Non-PLC Control
Orientation available for precise spot labelling:
with PLC S7 1200

Operation:

The labeler’s conveyor chain carries containers through the inline labeller. At the infeed a metering device creates a repeatable gap between containers, initiating progressive labelling processes. As a metered container is released a photo eye activates the pressure sensitive label dispensing head. The label web indexes with each container until the label meets a peel plate where each label is separated from the backing paper and transferred to the container. The container enters a roll-on station where the label is firmly affixed to the container.

Options:

– Machine lengths: 2.000 mm -> 2.500 mm -> 3.000 mm
– Belt infeed
– Orientation function (welded seam recognition) in connection with roll prism and PLC
– 240 mm dispensing edge height and adaptation of the roll-on station
– Multi-ply labelling
– Container marking (thermal transfer, inkjet, hot stamping, …)