Afinia Label to Release A200 Label Applicator

Afinia Label, one of the world’s leading manufacturers and distributors of label printing and finishing equipment, announced that its new A200 Bottle Label Applicator will be shipping this month.

The A200 is a semi-automatic label applicator for bottles, cans, and cylindrical packaging. Single or front-and-back labels are applied straight, smooth, and perfectly spaced. This could increase productivity while delivering a professionally labeled container each and every time.

The A200 reportedly features an advanced ultrasonic label sensor and could allow for a wider range of compatibility with thinner label materials than mechanical flag sensors common in other applicators.

Applying labels with the A200 is simple and consistent. Round containers are placed against configurable guides to maintain perfect label placement. Then, with a press of a button or the included foot pedal, labels are precisely dispensed and affixed to the container.

A convenient online calculator tool is included to quickly and accurately determine the necessary values for proper spacing on front and back labels. These values can easily be entered, saved, and recalled with the intuitive LCD display. Up to 10 preset configurations can be saved on the A200.

“The A200 Bottle Label Applicator is a durable, low-cost solution for our customers needing to increase productivity while maintaining a consistent, professional look for their packaging on the store shelf. This machine saves time and money with simple, consistent, and reliable label application,” said Mike Atkins, national sales manager, Afinia.

A200 is compatible with labels created by any of Afinia’s bestselling L901, L801, L502 and LT5C color label printers, making it a perfect accessory for companies using cylindrical packaging. Afinia’ digital label finishers, such as the DLF-140s, DLF-220s, and DLF-220L, could also create roll labels that can be used with this applicator.

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