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Ager Tank &
Equipment Co.

PO Box 10688
Portland, OR 97296

Phone: (503) 222-7079
Fax: (503) 222-7459

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Imtec Label Applypro Printer/Applicator 2470 Imtec Label Applypro Printer/Applicator Petro, Brewing, Pharma, Beverage, Food, Water more info
Used Imtec Applypro label printer/applicator. It is used for printing and applying bar codes.
Imtec Label 3540A Printer/Applicator 2310 Imtec Label 3540A Printer/Applicator Petro, Brewing, Pharma, Beverage, Food, Water more info
Used Imtec model 3540A Pressure/sensitive Label Printer/Applicator for Bar Codes
Imtec Label 3540A Printer/Applicator 2309 Imtec Label 3540A Printer/Applicator Petro, Brewing, Pharma, Beverage, Food, Water more info
Used Imtec model 3540A thermal transfer, label printer/applicator. The machine was manufactured in 1995. It is used to print and apply bar code labels. Standard label size ranges from .5 to 5.51 inches high and 1 inch to 8 inches long. The machine features high quality thermal transfer printing (0.005 inch square dot) with 203 dots per inch. The machine utilizes an air cylinder drive, tamp style label applicator. Label application speeds are approximately 1000 inches per minute.
Imtec Label 3540A Printer/Applicator 2308 Imtec Label 3540A Printer/Applicator Water, Pharma, Petro, Food, Brewing, Beverage more info
Used Imtec model 3540A thermal transfer label printer/applicator. Machine was manufactured in 1995. It is used to print and apply bar code labels. Standard label size ranges from .5 to 5.51 inches high and 1 inch to 8 inches long. The machine features high quality thermal transfer printing (0.005 inch square dot) with 203 dots per inch. The machine utilizes an air cylinder drive, tamp style label applicator. Label application speeds are approximately 1000 inches per minute.
New Way Roll Thru Labeler 2067 New Way Roll Thru Labeler Water, Pharma, Petro, Food, Brewing, Beverage more info
Used New Way E series roll thru labeler. This is a continuous motion labeler capable of production rates of up to 300 cpm. The machine utilizes a hot melt glue system for the label pick-up, and a cold, lap end paste pot. The machine is currently running 160 ml cans. It can accommodate a container with a diameter of 1 _ to 4 3/8 inches and a label height of 1 _ inches to 8 _ inches.
Krones Polymatic Labeler 1650 Krones Polymatic Labeler Water, Pharma, Petro, Food, Brewing, Beverage more info
Used Krones Polymatic labeler. This is an inline machine, manufactured in 1984. Machine is currently set up to run a body front label on a 12 oz. Beer bottle.
Ocea Rotary Labeler 1304 Ocea Rotary Labeler Winery, Water, Pharma, Petro, Food, Brewing, Beverage more info
Used Ocea model Diamante rotary labeler. The machine is an 8 station machine with one labeling aggregate capable of applying a front panel or body wrap label. The machine was manufactured in 1989 and has had very little use. It was previously used in a spice manufacturing operation. It is capable of production rates up to a maximum of 175 bpm. A label length of 1.17 to 5.46 inches and a maximum label height is 5.66 inches. The machine comes with three sets of change parts, including label baskets, feed screws, infeed and discharge stars, etc. Machine is lacking the glue pump.
New Jersey Front and Back Labeler 1241 New Jersey Front and Back Labeler Water, Pharma, Petro, Food, Brewing, Beverage more info
Used New Jersey machine automatic labeler - it is a model 316 stallion, cold glue labeler. It is equipped with oscillating pressure pads. The 1750 rpm motor was replaced with an 1150 rpm motor to accommodate smoother operation at slower production rates of 105 bpm. With the standard 1750-rpm motor, the machine is capable of production rates of up to 240 bpm. Machine was operated in a blow molding facility and was operated at the lower speed to match up with their bottle production rates. It is equipped with gast vacuum pumps, product sensor, and a 1 _ inch wide top belt. The machine was used to label the front and back panels of one-quart motor oil bottles. It has additional parts for a special glue pattern to accommodate a ?tear-off? coupon on the label. The machine is in good condition and was running when it was removed from service in 1996. There are several thousand dollars worth of spare parts that are included with the machine.

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