Samuel Strapping Prints on Pallets with Proven Inkjet Printer
New products in the pallet industry.
Date Posted: 8/1/2010
Samuel Coding and Labeling has been manufacturing ink jet printing and labeling solutions for the wood products industry since 1990.
The pallet industry has a growing need for labeling pallets, particularly for heat treating and IPPC phytosanitary markings. So, Samuel Strapping System’s Coding and Labeling Division believes that its inkjet printer is an ideal solution for the pallet industry.
The inkjet printer replaces messy roller stamps and expensive branding dies. Samuel Strapping says its microprocessor controlled non-contact inkjet printers have no overspray.
There is no need to inventory stamps and expensive dies. Fixed or custom messages can be input via a convenient keypad. Because the inkjet application is non contact, there is no wear on the print head or any other part of the system. It provides a clean operation with no overspray or dripping inks.
It eliminates hot branding equipment and any chance of fire.
The inkjet printer can print on the fly without stopping the pallet. Any required IPPC and HT markings can be printed on to either one side or both sides of a pallet simultaneously. This completely solid state unit has no moving parts on the print head.
The Samuel inkjet printers can even reach in between winged deck boards to print on the stringers. Print speeds up to 300 feet per minute are achievable with standard speed heads, and even greater speeds with high speed heads. Samuel Coding says it can run up to 100,000 imprints for under $50.
Samuel says its printers make markings that are consistent and uniform – high quality logos and stamps, including HT and IPPC markings.
For more information, call Samuel Coding and Labeling Group at 360/509-8610.
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