A canister can be made out of many different types of material. Aluminum, tin, steel, cardboard, and glass all are used for canisters. Depending on your particular canister, Griffin-Rutgers has a printer to meet your needs.
This is a small sample of the products we offer which can print and code on Canisters:
Apply labels to the top panel of flat products such as bags and boxes
Direct Apply, Tamp Apply or Blow On, Stand-Alone Stepper Driven Applicators
Entry level offering that can be equipped with the majority of the options from our Open Frame Series of labelers
Loose Loop Print & Apply Labeling Systems
The compact S-6000 Plus Standard is perfect for identifying cartons with printing up to 17mm high text and bar codes while the Duo allows for printing up to 34mm high characters. The 17mm high print heads are available with manual or motorized print head shutters.
Applicator and wrap station designed to integrate with the customers existing conveyor
The S-1000 is a modular inkjet system allows you to connect up to four independent 17mm high print heads to be integrated with one controller to suit your application. The system can be provided with the print head in the casing, with it mounted remotely or a combination of both. The control box can be mounted up to 10 meters from the print heads.
The S-7000 Trio and Quatro are ideal for high resolution printing directly onto cartons, trays and sacks, with a printing heights of up to 50mm or 67mm respectively.
Tamp Apply, Blow On and Tamp/Blow Fixed-Speed Applicators
The S-6000R Plus Remote has 17mm high print heads with manual or motorized print head shutters. Print heads are mounted on a cable for extending into machines or hard to reach places.
Designed to fill the gap between semi-automatic labeling machines and complete wrap systems
Griffin Rutgers: Canisters
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