ID Technology Showcases Enhancements to the #1 Selling Label Printer Applicator at Pack Expo

New high speed wipe and enhanced tamp modules raise the bar for labeling speed and quality | See them at Pack Expo Booth N-5406.

Fort Worth, TX October 20, 2014

ID Technology - powered by Pro Mach, a leading provider of labeling, coding and marking solutions, will be debuting two new application modules for their industry leading Model 252 Label Printer Applicator at Pack Expo International; booth N-5406.

Each application module is built on the same Centerline-Modularity™ design philosophy as the Model 252 Base. The goal of Centerline-Modularity is to eliminate as many adjustment points as possible, resulting in increased uptime and lower operating costs.

The new high-speed wipe application module is designed to wipe a label directly onto the side of a case or carton as the product passes the label printer applicator. This application module has a simple design, requires no plant air, has no wear parts, and provides great label adhesion.

The other module to be shown is an update to the standard tamp module. The new pneumatic cylinder eliminates the need for flow control valves and the tamp pad home position is locked into place. The cylinder is cushioned so there is less operational noise and less vibration than standard tamp applicators. The new tamp module has also been extensively tested in some of the most demanding applications and has been proven to have faster throughput, up to 30%, than the original version.

Due to the modularity of ID Technology's design, each of these application modules can be easily swapped for other application modules, including swing-arm tamp, dual-panel tamp, three-panel tamp, or corner wrap.

About ID Technology

ID Technology designs, manufactures and integrates custom identification systems and is recognized as a leading single-source provider for labeling, coding and marking equipment, expertise, service and supplies. ID Technology is based in Fort Worth, Texas and operates 17 regional offices across the United States and Canada. For more information or to locate one of the ID Technology nationwide sales and service centers, call 888.438.3242 or visit our website at

ID Technology is powered by Pro Mach, a Cincinnati, Ohio based provider of integrated packaging and processing products and solutions for food, beverage, consumer goods, pharmaceutical, and other diverse companies. Through multiple brands, Pro Mach provides product packaging and processing equipment, PMMI certified training, installation, parts, and service in Bottling & Capping, Primary Packaging, Flexible Packaging, Material Handling, Identification & Tracking, and End of Line Packaging. For more information about Pro Mach visit

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