When purchasing a secondhand labelling machine, several crucial factors need to be considered. You should evaluate the machine's condition, ensure it is compatible with your packaging materials, assess its usability, maintenance requirements, and overall cost-effectiveness. Kitmondo offers a variety of used labelling machines that meet these criteria.

Kitmondo features an extensive selection of labellers from leading brands at competitive prices. Our user-friendly website allows you to easily browse our inventory, compare costs and features, and connect with sellers directly.

Moreover, our sales agents are available to assist you throughout the transaction process. With our extensive knowledge of the used machinery market and dedication to customer satisfaction, Kitmondo is the ideal choice for your labelling machine needs.

RMPAK Ronda Labeller

Year: 2024

Capacity units/hour 2500 u/h
Label width max 225 mm
Label length max 450 mm
Type Automatic

RMPAK 2024 Labeller

Year: 2024

Capacity units/hour 60 u/h

Bizerba GLM-Emaxx 50 Labeller

Year: 2010

Label length max 100 mm
Type Automatic
Label width max 100 mm

ENOLMAC SRL S75/4 Labeller Low working hours

Year: 2019

Capacity units/hour 2200 u/h
Label width max 15 mm
Label length max 150 mm
Type Automatic

Krones 722-544 Labeller

Year: 1996

Capacity units/hour 8000 u/h
Label width max 167 mm
Label length max 90 mm


GAI 9213-003 Labelling machine

Year: 2018

Capacity units/hour 1600 u/h

Used GAI 6006 Labeller

Year: 2005

Capacity units/hour 1600 u/h
Type Semi- automatic
Label length max 280 mm

Libra Sensitive 350 Labeller

Year: 1997

Capacity units/hour 2100 u/h
Label width max 78 mm
Label length max 220 mm
Type Semi- automatic

Bizerba GLM-Emaxx 50 Labeller

Year: 2014

Capacity units/hour 3000 u/h
Label width max 100 mm
Label length max 100 mm

Bizerba GLM-Emaxx 50 Labeller

Year: 2017

Label length max 100 mm
Type Automatic
Label width max 100 mm

SIDEL Rollquattro Hot glue labelling machine for PET bottles

Year: 2007

Capacity units/hour 36000 u/h
Type Automatic


Rollmatic 8500/h Labeller

Year: 2005

Capacity units/hour 8500 u/h
Label width max 3400 mm
Label length max 3000 mm
Type Automatic


Bizerba GLMI Labeller

Year:

Bizerba GLMI scale labeling machine, weighing and labeling device + detector

Bausch & Ströbel SME 2018 Labeller

Year: 2003

Capacity units/hour 1080000 u/h

Coltrege COLAMAT8600 Labeller

Year: 1999

Capacity units/hour 18000 u/h
Label width max 90 mm
Label length max 150 mm
Type Automatic

CDA Solo bottle labeller

Year: 2013

Capacity units/hour 3600 u/h
Label length max 155 mm

Used VMI s.a.s. Saturno 2 Teste Labeller

Year: 2009

Capacity units/hour 0 u/h
Label width max 10 mm
Label length max 300 mm
Type Automatic


Understanding Labelling Machines

A labelling machine, or labeller, is an apparatus used to apply labels to various items, packaging, or containers. These machines can be automated or semi-automated and are utilized across multiple sectors, including food and beverage, pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, and more. Automated labelling systems enhance production efficiency and accuracy while reducing waste and errors.

Functionality of Labelling Machines

Labelling machines work by feeding labels through a system to position and apply them to the desired surface of your product. This can be achieved through various techniques such as pressure-sensitive adhesive, heat-activated glue, or mechanical pressure. Labels can be attached to the front, back, sides, or wrapped entirely around the package. It's important to communicate your specific needs to the agent to ensure the equipment can meet your requirements. Labelling machines can accommodate various label sizes, shapes, and materials to suit different products and packaging types. Given the growing demand for product identification, traceability, and branding, a labelling machine has become essential for many businesses.

Applications in Different Industries

In the food and beverage industry, labelling machines are used to label bottles, cans, and jars with nutritional information, ingredients, and branding. The pharmaceutical sector utilizes labellers to print and attach labels with product details and dosage instructions. In the cosmetics industry, labellers apply labels with product information, branding, and ingredients. The chemical industry employs these machines to place warning and hazard labels on dangerous goods.

Factors to Consider When Choosing a Labelling Machine

When selecting a secondhand labeller, several crucial factors must be evaluated:

  1. Current Condition: Inspect the machine for signs of wear and tear, damage, or corrosion. Ensure all components are in good working condition and that no parts are missing or broken.

  2. Compatibility with Packaging Materials: Verify that the machine is compatible with the types and sizes of packaging materials you use. Check the label size, shape, speed, and accuracy. Confirm suitability with the manufacturer if needed.

  3. Ease of Use: A user-friendly machine can save time and money. Look for a labeller with a straightforward interface, clear operating instructions, and available documentation.

  4. Maintenance and Support: Assess the maintenance requirements and support available for the labeller. Ensure spare parts are readily accessible and that technical support and training are provided.

Technical Specifications and Options

When purchasing a labelling machine, consider the following technical details and features to ensure it meets your needs:

  • Labelling Speed: Number of labels per minute
  • Labelling Accuracy: Positioning precision
  • Label Dimensions: Maximum and minimum label size
  • Production Capacity: Volume of products per hour
  • Power Consumption: Energy requirements
  • Machine Dimensions and Weight

Attributes:

  • Type of labelling (front, back, wraparound)
  • Compatibility with labelling materials (paper, film, foil)
  • Labelling method (pressure-sensitive, heat-activated)
  • Operation mode (automatic or semi-automatic)
  • User interface and ease of use
  • Noise level
  • Maintenance and support requirements

Options:

  • Additional label dispensers
  • Integration with existing production lines
  • Automatic product handling and feeding
  • Barcode and QR code printing and reading
  • Vision systems for quality control
  • ERP system integration for data management
  • Quick changeover for different products and labels

Key Manufacturers

Consider labelling machines from leading manufacturers known for their quality and reliability:

  • Avery Dennison: Offers a range of models for different applications, including pressure-sensitive and heat transfer labelling.
  • Herma: Specializes in self-adhesive labelling machines with high accuracy and speed.
  • Krones: Provides a comprehensive range of labelling machines, from high-speed rotary to compact systems.
  • Sidel: Designs machines to handle various label materials and shapes with high accuracy.
  • SACMI: Offers models for both automatic and semi-automatic labelling, suitable for various products and packaging formats.
  • Label-Aire: Known for pressure-sensitive labelling systems with a focus on reliability and ease of use.
  • Zebra Technologies: Manufactures machines that can print and apply labels on demand, ideal for various industries.
  • Markem-Imaje: Provides coding and labelling solutions designed to meet the needs of diverse industries.

Logistical Considerations

Transporting a second-hand labelling machine involves careful planning and consideration. Evaluate the machine's size, weight, and shape to determine the best mode of transportation. Ensure the transportation company has experience with heavy machinery and that the machine is secured during transit. Consider insuring the machine during transport. Upon arrival, reassemble the machine according to the manufacturer's instructions, and perform tests to ensure functionality before operation.

Ensure all details are agreed upon with the seller, or seek assistance from your Kitmondo agent for support.