Coding Tools for packaging machines
Type holders and type rings with fixed or changing text for your packaging machines.
Roll-off carrier rings with fixed text
These rings are used together with a basic holder.
For printing unchangeable texts or notices on folding boxes and labels of all kinds.
This can be for example:
“Part of a clinic pack”.
Roll-off carrier rings with cut-outs for steel types
These rings are used to print changing data on the packaging. Any type of steel can be inserted into the recesses. These data can be an expiry date or a batch number.
If desired, a fixed text can be placed in front of these recesses.
As an example we would like to mention:
“Usable until: _ _ _ _ _ _”
“Ch.-B.: _ _ _ _ _ _”
The rings are placed on a basic holder.
All rings are made to your specifications. Foreign languages or scripts can also be engraved.
Steel types for packaging machines
These steel types are used as inlays for the rings mentioned above. Capital letters, numbers and punctuation marks are available from stock, but special designs are also possible.
Unwind type holders for packaging machines
This type of holder is used in packaging machines that work according to the unwinding method.
Unwind type holders are manufactured according to your specifications or drawings. We are happy to assist you and design the right holder for your machine. The holders can accommodate the above mentioned rings and steel types.
The size and number of embossing lines depends on the space available in the machine and on your packaging.
The embossing type holders are chemically nickel-plated and therefore food-safe and rust-proof.
On request, we can also supply the counter-pressure rollers and, if you want to print in colour, the corresponding ink rollers.
Type holders for packaging machines
These holders are very often used in blister machines. They are used to stamp expiry dates and/or batch numbers on the blisters. There are also carton packaging machines that use these type holders.
The type holders are manufactured according to your specifications or drawings. You determine the number of digits and lines.View in catalog