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Three Rotocontrol slitter/rewinders installed in Germany

February 4, 2014

Kempa Etiketten has purchased three RSC machines for its work in the food, chemical, textile and other industries.

Rotocontrol, a Hamburg, Germany-based manufacturer of slitter/rewinder inspection machines, has announced the sale of three RSC slitter/rewinder machines for German converter Kempa Etiketten. The machines will be used in the finishing of self-adhesive labels serving companies in the food, chemical, textile, and telecommunications industries, and more.

"The RSC series from Rotocontrol offers a full suite of features in a high-performance, compact, extremely robust finishing machine designed to maximize operator usability and efficiency," the company says. Features of the three RSC slitter/rewinder finishing machines for Kempa include full servo drive, camera controlled web guiding, the Rotocontrol EPOS (electronic knife positioning system), trim removal and roll lift on the unwind. Also included was a print inspection system for missing label detection.

Ulf Kempa, managing director of Kempa Etiketten says, "Kempa stands for quality. To keep ahead of constant change in the label market, we only invest in cutting-edge technology. With an increase in production demand, we needed to expand our finishing capacity and opted for the Rotocontrol solution. Their finishing machines have the combination of advanced technology with flexibility in design options that are a perfect fit for our growing production needs."

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