MAKWELL Bottle Labeling Machine
MAKWELL manufactures industrial labelers with the most advanced technology available. Our bottle labeling machines apply in the food, beverage, pharmaceutical, cosmetics, and chemical industries. We offer a wide range of models, applications, and the best labeling systems to meet our customers’ needs.
With 15 years of experience in the machine manufacturing sector, we value packaging excellence and the necessity for efficient, cost-effective production to meet evolving regulatory requirements and client demands. We stay current on market trends and are qualified to handle all your labeling needs.
Bottle Labeling Machine
Labels all cylindrical, tapering items. One label wrap around, two labels front and back, orientation labeling. May include printing manufacturing date, batch lot, etc. 25–60 pcs/min.
Ideal for labeling round glass bottles, PET bottles, metal bottles, plastic bottles, etc., significantly increase labeling quality and efficiency. Apply up to 30 labels per minute.
Labels square or flat bottles on both sides. Multi-function labeler with two labeling heads. Product and label size determine labeling speed: 50–200 pcs/min.
Bottle Labeling Machine Advantages
Our bottle labelers are easy to use, with minimal training required.
Place labels on bottles that are easy for consumers to read and recognize.
Reduce production-line mistakes; Accurate sensors and scanners that read barcodes on labels.
Automated models allow easy bottle labeling modifications for fast labeling of various bottles.
What types of labels can a bottle labeler attach to bottles?
These labels use special adhesives to attach to bottles securely. When removed from bottles, these labels leave no sticky stain. Removable label adhesives are readily available, making nonpermanent, light bonding elements on removable labels easy. After removing labels, you may reuse bottles. Detachable labels’ peel, tack, and shear properties make them bottle-friendly. Smooth surfaces make it difficult to remove detachable labels.
These permanent labels are single-use. Strong labels will create a strong sticking effect between bottles and surfaces.
Permanent label adhesives should peel, tack, and shear. The bond will hold even under harsh conditions. When removed, permanent bottle labels leave behind sticky goo or tears. As the adhesive ages, non-removable labels may eventually lose their stickiness.
How bottle labeling machines work?
All bottle labeling machines work on the same concept. Each bottle labeler follows these steps:
A conveyor system feeds bottles into labeling machinery at this step. The labeling unit also speeds up. The feeding unit and labeling station are synchronized to ensure appropriate labeling.
The bottles will be labeled to the station by a conveyor system with a scrolling in-feed. When the label is pulled, the wheel pulls one tag at a time. A brushless motor moves and places labels in time with the fast speed of the bottles. Paper sheet backing increases the mechanically controlled capacity of the distribution unit. This keeps the tension of the paper steady. During labeling, the band must decide whether tags are on or off. For open-loop displacement control, the spool must be let go. This keeps the labels tight by keeping the tension on them.
During labeling, bottles are stacked on shafts at the top of the machine to ensure correct bottle labeling. The bottle labeling machine uses registers to ensure exact label insertion.
The bottle labeling machine releases bottles after an examination. Inspection of bottles lets excellent labels pass, and bad ones fail. Sensors will detect, reject, and expel.
How can you make your bottle labeler stand out?
• Stainless steel case enclosure for polycarbonate electronics.
• Separate motor for each function, such as bottle separation, label wrapping, dispenser, and conveyor speed.
• Servo-based design, using a combination of PLC and HMI controls.
• Individual AC drives. AC VFD built-in.
• Compact and simple-to-use machinery.
• An up-down movable wheel system.
• Machine caster wheel for mobility.
• For every label size, there is no need for label data input or retrieval.
• There is no change of parts for the product or label size.
• Nearly fully tamper-proof machinery.
• Changing the label application height is simple. Adjustable label placement that is easy to use.
• Compatible with inline contact coding and inkjet printers. Works with partial labeling.
What Are the Benefits of Using a Bottle Labeling Machine?
✅ Bottle Components
The details may vary from bottle to bottle. Even though the bottles seem identical, what’s inside might be quite different. By simply labeling the bottles, you may readily offer specific information on the contents of each bottle. Some herbal treatments, for instance, may be sold in different strengths yet packaged in the same bottle. As a result, a bottle labeling machine is essential whenever labels must be applied to bottles to display their contents clearly.
✅ Bottle Identity
After a bottle filling machine fills bottles, a capping device caps containers, followed by a labeling machine that adds a label that acts as a unique identification for each bottle. Also, if the bottle has a unique identity, it will stand out from the competition when displayed on store shelves. With proper labeling, your bottled product will stand out from the competition. Consider investing in a bottle labeling machine to help consumers easily locate your product on store shelves. Manufacturers sometimes provide further information on product labels to identify their goods better.
✅ Bottle Marketing
Every producer and manufacturer wants to earn from their sales. The bottle labeling machine will label the bottles to make them stand out. Because of the labels, potential purchasers will find the bottle appealing and may wind up purchasing your items off the shelf. You attract customers’ attention by marketing the bottles with creative and enticing labels.
✅ Legal Requirement
In many places around the world, it is the law that bottles have labels. Also, some of the information you will put on the bottle labels is recognized everywhere. For example, the following must be written on the labels of bottles:
• Date of production and expiration
• Serial number, batch number
• Ingredients, raw materials
• Information on allergens
• Gross or Net weight
• Brand awareness
• Safety guidelines
• Applicable Product Surfaces
It’s essential to understand what’s in bottles as labels might be on different sides. For example, certain surfaces need just a little touch of pressure. It is possible to apply labels to the following materials using a bottle labeling machine:
o Rough or challenging surface
o Dump or moisten surfaces
o Elastic or pliable surface
o Solid or firm surface
o Smooth flat surface
o Oily sticky surface
• Applicable Product Materials
Bottles made of the following materials may have labels applied using a bottle labeling machine:
o Steel Fiberglass
• Bottle Labeler Trends
o Automatic Label Printing: This improves operational efficiency and structural integrity, increasing the effectiveness of the bottle labeler.
o Digital Label Printing: With this technology, you may personalize labels and increase output levels.
o Premium Labels: These labels include attractive decorations, varnish, high-definition images, and accessories.
o Lightweight Labels: This style will reduce the amount of paper and adhesive you need when applying bottle labels.
o Recyclable Labels: This enables you to create environmentally friendly labels that are recyclable.
Labeling Station: This part incorporates both the labeling pad and labeling head. It’s helpful when labeling containers by printing on them is not an option.
Hopper: All bottles that go through the bottle labeling machine will be stored in this section. It ensures uniformity by feeding bottles into the machine constantly and steadily.
Control Unit: This component includes a PLC and an HMI. They allow you to select the labeling settings using the touchscreen’s responsiveness. As a result, you may manage the whole procedure from a single location.
Conveyor System: Moving bottles from one part of the bottle labeling machine to another is essential. Because of this, a conveyor system plays a crucial role in the machine.
Body Frame: This sturdy casing protects the inner workings of the machine from the elements. It uses stainless steel, a long-lasting and high-quality construction material.
Motor: An integral part of the electrical system that drives the machine. Electricity is converted into mechanical force by the motors. The powerful engines in fully automatic bottle labeling machines provide much mechanical power.
Trays: Before you start the labeling process, this section will store the labels. It is on the top portion of the bottle labeling machine, making it simple to retrieve and load the labels.
Rejection Unit: This section is responsible for removing any bottles that contain incorrect labels. This part is essential as it ensures that only the highest quality bottles go on to the next manufacturing stage.
Dancer’s Arm: This component helps the labels apply effectively. The pressure in the dancer’s arm will be sufficient to prevent unnecessary overfeeding from the web roll.
Peel Plates: In this stage, the labels and paper backing will be separated. The label slips straight as the web violently breaks over the peel plates.
Roller Drive: This part aims to pull the backing web, starting and stopping the process. Each labeling chain is unique.
Labeling Sensors: This is where to look for gaps between the labels. To avoid any errors, it will immediately shut down the bottle labeling equipment if it notices such problems.
Safety Unit: Some of these precautions avoid operator risk, bottle and label damage, and any harm. The labeling machine’s sensors may be on to prevent injury. In other circumstances, sensors warn the operator through the control panel so they may promptly fix the issue.
Discharge Unit: The labeling machine might make mistakes while printing labels. With the use of a discharge unit, we can track down any potential label shifts and put a stop to them.
Other Bottle Labeling Machines
Highly adaptable, these devices can apply labels to as many as 150 containers per minute. More importantly, their cylindrical form makes them ideal for labeling bottles of different sizes. The arrangement of the roller spacing guarantees the proper placement of bottles.
Makwell Bottle Labeling Machine
We have the expertise and knowledge to manufacture bottle labeling equipment for even the most challenging applications, allowing you to focus on more productive activities. Each of our machines is compatible with a choice of applicator modules that may be adapted to meet the individual needs of different industries.
In addition to providing you with the advantages of a customized solution, these durable and feature-rich systems offer an excellent return on investment and great value.
Our bottle labeling machine adheres to quality requirements to ensure high safety levels. These are a few of the quality standards:
Current Good Manufacturing Practice (cGMP)
By meeting this standard, you may be confident that your machine is of the most outstanding quality and was built using proven processes.
Food and Drug Administration (FDA)
This requirement is critical if you use bottle labeling equipment to label bottles containing food for consumption. It guarantees that the products are not contaminated throughout the labeling procedure.
CE Mark of Quality
A quality standard of this kind is widely accepted all over the world.
Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS)
This regulation guarantees that no hazardous compounds are present on any component of the bottle labeling machine.
The bottle labeling equipment requires continual fine-tuning to prevent mistakes in the application. If no improvements are made, incorrect labeling may likely occur.
To guarantee that the machine runs well, use high electrical systems.
If accuracy is not a given, it is essential to consider the traction system, compaction, and changing mechanisms.
Skidding is an option as it reduces the force required to remove labels off bottles using the labeling machine.
Check this area of the bottle labeling machine carefully, as vibrations might make it operate less effectively.