Dix labelling equipment

“The machines are recognised as being robust in design and simple in construction. They have few moving parts with carefully selected materials to keep maintenance to a minimum and ensure reliability,” said Steve Watson from Dix Engineering.

There are a variety of models to suit labels of varying widths and sizes. The hand labellers are ergonomically designed to promote a quick easy action and can apply up to six standard labels per second with labour saving action and minimal operator fatigue.

The high-speed automatic labelling machine is a solidly constructed, mechanically simple and reliable labelling machine manufactured in Australia. The labeller is self-contained requiring only a light frame and a single-phase power supply for installation.

The labeller can be mounted on a variety of graders, singulators and conveyors. If the product is presented accurately to the labeller, strike rates will exceed 95 per cent.

Each labeller pivots independently to facilitate easy change of label rolls and a quick release mechanism enables easy removal of the labeller for maintenance. The labeller is also capable of labelling punnets, drink containers, boxes etc. The automatic machine is capable of labelling 80-900 pieces of produce per minute.

“Independently owned, and located in Renmark South Australia, Dix Engineering is proud of its record of achievement and continues to be Australian owned by a small group of the management team,” said Mr Watson.

The labellers are Australian made and certain models are approved to CE, NATO, UL and VDS standards. Dix Engineering is also quality certified AS/NZS ISO 9001: 2015.

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