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Marel launches WPL9010 manual weigh price labeller

20 June 2012

New to the Marel range, the WPL9010 Manual Weigh Price Labeller is ideal for low volume labelling of individual packs, product development or products unsuited to automatic labelling

With automatic stability sensing, overload protection, easy label editing and choice of operational modes, the WPL9010 brings the technical benefits of an automatic system to manual labelling. It uses the same operator friendly HMI as automatic WPL9000 Series models and requires no additional training for existing users.

Short production runs can be handled with ease, thanks to quick label changeover and various operational modes enable catchweight or average weight labelling.

In the inclusive/exclusive mode, maximum and minimum weight limits are set to give the user the choice of either labelling only packs that fall within these limits or labelling only packs that fall outside the limits.

In the combined catchweight/average weight mode, packs falling within the preset limit can be labelled as average weight with those outside the limits being labelled as catchweight.
The WPL9010 machine is available in three platform sizes and weighing ranges up to 30kg in increments as small as 1g.

Key Features and Benefits
• User friendly on-screen programming (WYSIWYG) for fast set-up
• Various operational modes for increased flexibility
• Easy to use label design programme (Comformat editor)
• Automatic zeroing when the weigh platform is empty gives increased accuracy
• Automatic stability sensing for accurate weighing
• Ethernet networking capability and compatibility with Innova
• Also available without a printer for use as a Checkweigher
• Throughput speeds up to 20/min (operator dependant)
• Robust stainless steel construction



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