have evolved from a 199 year old label business to specialise in designing, manufacturing and supply of machinery for printing and applying self adhesive labels.
Sessions UK also offer consumable items for almost any type of desktop or inline printer you may use at your worksite.
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In 2011 a leading manufacturer of plastic components based in York commissioned Sessions UK to supply a machine to apply clear double-sided adhesive labels to rubber seals used for wind silencing on high quality luxury vehicles...READ MORE
The SL380 labeller has been developed to apply labels at very high speeds to continuously moving products. Typical operation is the application of pre-printed labels to controlled single items or continuous form produced on high speed printing presses. Sessions UK can provide the complete feeding and handling system or integrate the labeller into existing equipment lines. Speeds of up to 20 labels a second can be reached with accuracy of +/- 1mm.
Sessions UK manufacture special purpose labelling machines when a standard system will not provide the required label application process. Designed to fit the product and production speed, Sessions UK work closely with the client to provide the right solution and qualify the operation and build specification through IQ/OQ documentation if required. Innumerable intricate or difficult to handle products have been labelled using Sessions special purpose machinery.
The RC series of automatic labelling machines has been developed for use in many industries.
This versatile range is designed to apply self adhesive labels to round products or items that prove difficult to transport on traditional conveyors.
Typical examples are ampoules, vials and test tubes through to disposable syringes, pencils, batteries and collapsible tubes.
Our Magnum labeller has been developed to print and apply or just apply labels to
flat moving products.
Designed with a stack feeder unit and vacuum conveyor, typical flat card products are fully controlled throughout the labelling process ensuring high accuracy and presentation of labels on the product. Counting, vision and reject systems are available as options.
The RCV Datum machine is capable of handling a range of vials with minimum change parts.
Its unique rise and fall mechanism inside the infeed hopper ensures that a constant supply of products are fed to the dosing mechanism which in turn feeds the vials into the indexing carousel.
The cap labels are applied at one station with the body wrap label being applied at the next.