NOVEXX Solutions launches XLS 2xx labeling system

Offering high flexibility

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XLS 2xx labeling system
XLS 2xx labeling system

NOVEXX Solutions has launched a multi-functional XLS 2xx labeling system for applications in food, beverages, personal care, pharma and chemical products segments. The system offers various configuration options and a large selection of features for maximum flexibility.

The XLS 2xx offers a wide range of solutions for small to extra-wide labels, from low to high speed labeling. The system gives highest flexibility and due to the modular design, can be integrated into new and existing production lines. In addition, the XLS can be used in tandem mode.

The system features a large display with an icons-controlled menu. Another innovation is the Easy Push Rewinder, which allows easy and quick removal of label material.

The XLS 2xx family’s dispensing speed automatically adapts to the conveyor speed which increases the productivity and performance of the entire production line. Optionally, the labeling system can be combined with IP65 kits for use in humid or dusty environments.

“The XLS 2xx is a powerful further development of our portfolio. The labeling systems are developed and produced in Germany and are of the highest quality,” says Geert Jan Kolkhuis Tanke, director of Product Management at NOVEXX Solutions. “It can handle any labeling challenge and efficiently applies labels to products, trays and cartons. Due to the many possible configurations, the XLS 2xx Labeling System Family is a real all-rounder – no matter in which industry it is used. The XLS 2xx keeps the costs for industrial labeling low and therefore it is the ideal labeling system for every production line.”

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