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HERMA US Introduces Fast, Flexible Labeling Machine Suited to Ramped Up Disinfectant Production

Press release from the issuing company

Capable of wraparound or two-sided operation, 362E Wraparound Labeler provides an efficient, flexible labeling system that can be easily integrated into new or existing production lines.

Model is available ex stock from HERMA US headquarters in New Jersey.

Fairfield, N.J. – HERMA US Inc., the subsidiary of HERMA GmbH – a Germany-based provider of labeling machinery and self-adhesive labels and materials to the global packaging marketplace – has introduced a flexible, high throughput labeling machine ideally suited for the ramp up of supplies, such as disinfectants, necessary to combat the COVID-19 pandemic. The company’s 362E Labeler is a two-sided module capable of applying front and back or wraparound labels to a huge variety of products.

With the production of disinfectants and cleaning agents surging at manufacturing facilities around the world, it becomes paramount that a crucial production step – labeling – not become a bottleneck. It is also important that production personnel faced with new lines and configurations in a short, emergency-response timeframe not be overwhelmed by equipment complexity. Here, the 362E’s user-friendliness, short setup times, flexibility and speed become valuable assets to versatile manufacturing practices.

The 362E can label up to 200 products per minute on both front and back. In two-sided operations, the 362E can handle products ranging from 30 x 30 x 30mm to 200 x 120 x 300mm (L x W x H). With wraparound applications, its product handling range is between 20 x 30mm and 100 x 250mm (W x H). The compact unit is fitted with two HERMA 500 applicators, for two-side labeling, and a third applicator also can be integrated, as can standard hot-foil printers and thermal transfer printers.

The new 362E handles large batches just as efficiently as small, frequently-changing batch sizes. In addition to use for disinfectants and cleaning agents, it is also ideally suited to products such as shampoos, shower gels and roll-on deodorants – instances where aesthetics matter for shelf impact.


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