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Herma US

Label applicator with enhanced IoT capabilities

The Herma 500 Label Applicator (photo) is an internet-of-things (IOT)-enabled machine utilizing realtime metrics to optimize production efficiency and consistency, even in a multi-factory setting. Capable of achieving labeling speeds up to 200 m/min, the Herma 500 can handle label widths between 80 and 320 mm and roll diameters from 300 to 600 mm. The Herma 500 is also exceptionally fast, with a maximum speed 70 ft/min higher than its predecessor. A maximum speed of 650 ft/min can be reached. — Herma US Inc., Fairfield, N.J.

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