At Griffin-Rutgers, we understand the importance of durable, reliable labeling within the building and construction environment. We offer a wide range of high-performance labelling solutions that work well within every sector of the building and construction industry that are suitable for all applications of building supplies, both commercial and residential.
Building products such as wood, metal and roofing materials require waterproof inks to ensure that in wet or rainy conditions, the information on the label is still legible. Many hardware items, such as nails, screws and assorted electrical parts come packaged in trays, blister packs, or cardboard boxes. Each packaging type has different labeling system requirements. The labels are not only used to track inventory, but quickly communicate the required information to the consumer.
Griffin-Rutgers sees the never-ending demand for consistent, accurate labeling, along with the need for print clarity and product tracking mechanisms throughout the packaging and distribution chain. As you consider the purchase, we can help you determine the best product identification (labeling and coding) system for your unique needs. Contact the professionals at Griffin-Rutgers, and we will put our experience to work to select the exact system for you.
Tyvek® is a brand of flashspun high-density polyethylene fibers, which is a synthetic material. The name is a registered trademark of the DuPont company, a company with a well-known reputation in the textile and chemical industries. Tyvek® is often used as housewrap, a synthetic material used to protect buildings during construction. The material is difficult to tear but can easily be cut with scissors or a knife. Water vapor can […]
When it comes to date marking, industries like food, beverage, pharmaceuticals and OEM manufacturing must ensure this critical information is printed in way that’s readable and can withstand all types of environments – even those known to be harsh on printed information. For its durability and versatility, cardboard is often the material of choice that’s utilized across a wide range of industries to package a wide range of products. Cardboard also takes well to date marking, but for added assurance it’s wise to heed some best practices related thereto.
PVC is replacing traditional building materials such as wood, metal, concrete and clay in many applications. Versatility, cost effectiveness and an excellent record of use means it is the most important polymer for the construction sector.
Paperboard and folding cartons for retail and product manufacturing is becoming a desired choice for product packaging solutions. The multitude of benefits that paperboard offers across its lifecycle – from manufacturing to retailing to consumption and recycling – is becoming clearer every day.
As anyone in the lumber or wood industry knows, coding of panel grades, moisture levels, traceability data, and inspector ID information can be a challenge in an environment that’s often dusty and can experience significant seasonal temperature fluctuations. Also many types of wood tend to be very absorbent so it is necessary to take this […]
The Mini-Panel labeling system is one of those technologies that continues to evolve. It currently offers the flexibility of using one or two labeling heads and can be used offline (semi-automatically) or can be integrated into a production line (fully automated). Many manufacturers might consider a mini labeling system to be an “entry level” device, […]
The average car today has more than 1,000 plastic components and roughly 12% of them are made of soft PVC. The main uses include underbody coatings and sealants, wire harnesses, synthetic leather for seats, passenger compartment parts and small exterior trims and fittings. Vehicle manufacturers clearly recognize the performance at both low and high temperature, the design, weight and cost […]
When seeking a top-performing printer that can effectively deliver quality coding and printing on corrugated boxes, cases and trays, look no further than the Needham S-6000Plus. This best-of-breed ink jet machine utilizes the latest technology to provide online, high resolution capabilities that work for everything from small and large characters to bar codes and graphics.
Fitted with clean thermal inkjet technology, the RF-Lite is ideal for clear, concise date or batch coding onto sleeves and cartons. The RF-Lite can consistently print codes onto all shapes and sizes of sleeve, ranging from 30 x 70mm to 300 x 200mm. It only takes a few seconds to swap between sizes. With its comparatively low upfront cost, the RF-Lite is an ideal entry-level solution for companies wanting to automate their offline date coding.
Tamper Evident Labeling System (Link to TE-80 Page)
This simple coding device is designed to integrate with a conveyor transporting cartons, cases or trays. Models are available that can print either registered print in precise locations or random repeating messages. It can print on the top, side or bottom of moving packages. By using quickly interchangeable rubber type characters it produces sharp, dark, […]
Includes a product conveyor, a top stabilizer, and a label applicator – Additional features such as infeed timing screws, wrap stations, and inspections systems
Thermal transfer, print up to 53mm wide
Direct Apply, Tamp Apply or Blow On, Stand-Alone Stepper Driven Applicators
Friction feeder with thermal ink jet or laser
Designed to wrap labels around tapered containers