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An economic piece of gear called an automatic bottle labelling machine, made by Vinayak Packaging, is used to label bottles on a regular basis. A conveying system, a label dispenser, and a marking head or applicator are often used. In a wide range of industries, including food and beverages, pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, and compounds, a device may be configured to apply labels to various types and sizes of bottles, including glasses, plastic bottles, and metal cans. We provide Automatic Servo Filling Machine in Ahmedabad, Gujarat as well as in India.

Automatic bottle labeling machines can have different configurations, including wrap-around labeling, front and back labeling, top labeling, or multi-sided labeling, depending on the application requirements. They can also be integrated with other equipment, such as bottle fillers, cappers, and sealers, to create a complete packaging line for bottle products.

The process of labeling bottles using an automatic bottle labeling machine typically involves the following steps:

  1. Bottle feeding: Bottles are introduced onto a conveyor system, which, according on the machine's design, runs them regularly or irregularly to the labelling devices.
  2. Label dispensing: The label is introduced into a label pusher or marking device by the machine's label dispenser, it relaxing the label from a roll. The label can feature product information, marketing, bar codes, and other pertinent data. It may be made of any number of materials, including paper, plastic, or metal.
  3. Label application: Labels are attached to the bottles with great precision by the labelling head or pusher. This can be achieved via ways like pressure-sensitive labels, where the label clings to the bottles as an outcome of the force applied from the labelling head, or by using glue or heat for labels made of adhesive.
  4. Label smoothing: During label use, a smoothing or press device could be used to make sure that the sticker is tightly attached to the bottle without the presence of bubbles or creases.
  5. Bottle ejection: The bottles get removed from the labelling device once the labels have been printed applied and moved along the conveyor belt for further assembly or packaging.