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Domino launches print-and-apply pallet labeler

January 10, 2014

The new M220 can be configured to suit different applications, and is available in either aluminum or stainless steel.

Domino has expanded its M-Series range of print-and-apply labelers with the introduction of the new M220. An off-shelf pallet labeler that can be configured to suit different applications, the M-Series’ latest addition is able to meet the tertiary labeling requirements within a diverse range of packaging lines.

The Domino M220

With a design based on over 20 years of experience working in the palletizing sector, the M220 features a new tamp head that allows 180° movement, therefore allowing labels to be applied on up to two adjacent sides of the pallet as dictated by the  customer requirement and production line layout. According to the company, this feature not only reduces lead times, but also grants the system a high degree of adaptability that will appeal to all users.

The M220 is available in either aluminum or stainless steel and both versions have optional label check scanners and a climate control unit. The stainless steel version is particularly suitable for harsh environments found in the beverage sector, as it is more durable and can be easily cleansed and serialized in order to guarantee a clean production environment at all times.

Peter Lister, product manager for secondary packaging at Domino says, “Our target is to help provide in-house operators with optimal working environments whenever possible and thanks to the flexible design of the M220, production lines can maintain optimum performance throughout. The system is designed to fit on a single Euro Pallet, which allows us to minimize shipment space, thus reducing shipping costs and also cutting down the carbon footprint in the process.”

Lister concludes: “The ability to respond to change and answer the packaging sector’s needs is a top priority here at Domino. We designed the M220 as a versatile solution for palletizing applications and we believe it will exceed our customers’ expectations.”
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