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Advanced Dynamics unveils new labelling equipment

18 January 2016

Advanced Dynamics will showcase its range of labelling machines at the Packaging Innovations trade show. 

The company will unveil new rotary tables, alongside demonstrating its ELF desktop labelling equipment. 

“Rotary tables are a perfect example of how we can provide improved efficiencies for customers through a constant container flow, removing the requirement for operators to place containers individually on the conveyor,” said Advanced Dynamics’ managing director, Malcolm Little.

“At the end of the line, a collecting table can be used to accumulate jars or bottles, again eliminating human intervention.”

Compact, efficient and flexible, the ELF-50 and the ELF-20’s aluminium and stainless steel design makes it portable and durable. It has a maximum labelling width capacity of 120mm, while the user friendly operating system and microprocessor controls have many added features that can boost production efficiency.  


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