MOORESTOWN, N.J., June 17, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Weiler Labeling Systems, LLC (WLS) announces the release of the company's new X-4S pressure sensitive labeling head. The X-4S is designed to meet the most stringent speed and performance requirements that serialization demands.
As e-pedigree compliance dates close in, WLS is uniquely qualified to work with pharmaceutical and medical device companies as a partner in their serialization and track and trace implementation strategies. Designed for maximum performance, enhanced flexibility and high speed serialization, the X-4S label head is a fully servomotor-driven system capable of handling the most demanding applications in an even smaller package.
The X-4S has an independent 3-axis mounting system with digital settings that allows for easy and precise peel plate adjustment resulting in quick product changeover. A new web tension and feed control system from unwind through printing allows for continuous motion code printing, even when labels are being dispensed in indexing mode. The precision-engineered and renowned WLS 'closed loop' push-pull system allows for easy tool-less disassembly and ease of cleaning.
With more than 20 years of experience in providing labeling, coding, and precision-manufactured systems to the pharmaceutical and medical device industry, WLS is at the forefront of delivering customized solutions backed by a culture of unwavering customer care.
About Weiler Labeling Systems
Weiler Labeling Systems is a leader in the design and manufacture of high-speed and technologically advanced labeling machines for the pharmaceutical, personal care and consumer markets. In addition, in conjunction with its sister company, DMW Automation, it also offers broader automation and integration services to its customers. For more information, visit www.weilerls.com.
Lisa Gazzola Weiler Labeling Systems, 856-273-3377, email@example.com
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