There are a number of important things to think about when buying a secondhand labelling machine. The machine's condition, compatibility with your packaging materials, usability, upkeep needs, and cost-effectiveness should all be examined. You may find a variety of used labelling machines that fit these requirements at Exapro. 

Exapro provides a wide range of labellers from top brands at affordable costs. We offer a user-friendly website that enables you to browse through our inventory, evaluate costs and features, and get in touch with sellers. 

Additionally, our sales agents will always be assisting you during the transaction process. With our expertise in the used machinery market and our commitment to customer satisfaction, Exapro is the right 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


An apparatus used to apply labels to various items, packing, or containers is called a labelling machine, or also known as a labeller. The device can be automated or semi-automated and employed in a variety of sectors, including the food and beverage, pharmaceutical, cosmetic, and many others. An automated labelling system is made to boost output efficiency and accuracy while lowering waste and mistakes.

In order to position and apply labels to the desired surface of your product, the labeller feeds labels through a system. Pressure-sensitive adhesive, heat-activated glue, and mechanical pressure are just a few of the possible techniques used in the process. The label may be attached to the product's front, back, or sides, or it may be wrapped completely around the package. Do not hesitate to provide your needs to the agent so they can verify with the owner what can be done with their equipment. Various label sizes, shapes, and materials can be configured on labelling machines to accommodate various product and packaging types. A labelling machine has become an essential piece of equipment for many businesses due to the rising demand for product identification, traceability, and branding.

A labelling machine can be used in the food and beverage sector to label bottles, cans, and jars with nutritional data, ingredients, and branding. Labellers are used in the pharmaceutical business to print and attach labels with product information and dose guidelines. They can apply labels containing product information, branding, and ingredient information in the cosmetics sector. The chemical industry can also employ this type of equipment to put warning and hazard labels on risky commodities. 

Main factors to choose a flowpack machine:

Before making a purchase, there are a number of crucial factors to think about if you're looking for a second hand labeller. In the packaging sector, it is an essential piece of machinery, and choosing the appropriate one can have a significant impact on the productivity and profitability of your company. The following are the important things to look for before buying a used labeler:

Current condition: The first thing you need to consider is the condition of the machine you are intending to buy. We always recommend that you travel on the spot and check for any signs of wear and tear, damage, or corrosion. Make sure that all the components are in good working condition and that there are no missing or broken parts. 

Compatibility with your packaging materials: Make sure that the equipment you are considering is compatible with the type and size of packaging materials that you use. Check the label size and shape, as well as the speed and accuracy. We would also recommend you to ask the manufacturer to confirm the suitability. 

Ease of use: You may save time and money by using an easy-to-use labeler. Choose a device with a user-friendly interface, clear operating instructions, and available documentation (paper or PDF format)..

Maintenance and support: Check the maintenance requirements and support available for the labeller you are considering. Ensure that spare parts are readily available and that the manufacturer or seller provides technical support and training. Please note that most of our listings are sold Exworks.

Make sure that the machine is suitable for your needs.

There are many technical details, features, and alternatives to think about when buying a labelling machine to make sure it meets your project's needs. Here are some crucial things to look for:

  • Labelling speed (number of labels per minute);
  • Labelling accuracy (positioning accuracy);
  • Label dimensions (maximum and minimum label size);
  • Production capacity (volume of products per hour);
  • Power consumption and requirements;
  • Dimensions and weight of the machine.

Attributes:

  • Type of labelling (front, back, wraparound, etc.);
  • Labelling material compatibility (paper, film, foil, etc.);
  • Labelling method (pressure-sensitive, heat-activated, etc.);
  • Automatic or semi-automatic operation;
  • 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 capabilities;
  • Vision systems for quality control;
  • Integration with ERP systems for data management;
  • Changeover time for different products and labels.

By checking these technical data, attributes, and options, you can ensure that the labelling machine you purchase meets your production needs and integrates with your existing operations.

Main manufacturers:

There are many manufacturers of labelling machines worldwide, each offering unique features and capabilities. Here are some of the main manufacturers to consider:

Avery Dennison: Avery Dennison is a leading manufacturer of labelling machines, offering a wide range of models for different applications, including pressure-sensitive labelling and heat transfer labelling.

Herma: Herma is a German company that specialises in self-adhesive labelling machines. They offer both standard and customisable machines with high accuracy and speed.

Krones: Krones is a German manufacturer offering a comprehensive range of models, from high-speed rotary machines to compact labelling systems.

Sidel: Sidel is a global manufacturer of packaging solutions, including labelling machines. Their machines are designed to handle a variety of label materials and shapes, with high accuracy and efficiency.

SACMI: SACMI is an Italian manufacturer offering a range of models for both automatic and semi-automatic labelling. Their machines are designed to handle a variety of products and packaging formats.

Label-Aire: Label-Aire is a US-based manufacturer specialising in pressure-sensitive labelling systems. Their machines are known for their reliability, accuracy, and ease of use.

Zebra Technologies: Zebra Technologies is a global manufacturer offering a range of models that can print and apply labels on demand. Their machines are ideal for a variety of industries, including healthcare and logistics.

Markem-Imaje: Markem-Imaje is a global manufacturer of coding and labelling solutions, offering a range of machines that can handle various label materials and shapes. Their machines are designed to meet the needs of different industries, from food and beverage to pharmaceuticals.

Consider all the logistical aspects of buying

Moving a second-hand labelling machine can be a complex process, requiring careful planning and consideration. There are several logistics factors to consider when moving a machine from one factory to another, including transportation, potential customs fees, disassembly, and reassembly.

The first step in moving a machine is to evaluate its size, weight, and shape to determine the best mode of transportation. Depending on the distance and location, the machine may need to be transported by truck, train, or ship. It's essential to ensure that the transportation company has experience handling heavy machinery and that the machine is properly secured and protected during transit. We also recommend that you take an insurance during the transport.

Finally, the machine can be reassembled in its new location, following the manufacturer's instructions and using any necessary tools or equipment. The reassembly process includes checking and testing the machine to ensure that it is fully functional before it's put into operation.

Please make sure you agree on all the details with the seller or ask your Exapro Agent for support.