Dix Engineering Labeling
Capable of labelling a wide variety of products, Dix Engineering design and build electronic hand labellers and automatic labelling machines. These labelling machines boast a solid reputation and are now extensively used throughout Australia. Robust in design and simple in construction, the machines have few moving parts with carefully selected materials to keep maintenance to a minimum and ensure reliability.
Every labelling machine manufactured by Dix Engineering is warranted for a period of 12 months from the date of purchase, against failure or breakdown arising from faulty or defective materials or workmanship. Dix labelling machines are made in-house at our factory in Renmark, South Australia. All labellers are Australian made and certain models are approved to CE, NATO, UL and VDS standards.
Dix Engineering is also quality certified AS/NZS ISO 9001:2015.
Aimed to meet the needs of every potential client, Dix Engineering can construct a variety of automatic models to suit labels of varying widths and sizes.
The high-speed automatic machines are capable of labelling 50-900 pieces of product per minute, and can be used to label punnets, drink containers and boxes as well as produce. Each labeller pivots independently to facilitate easy change of label rolls.
The labellers are self-contained, requiring only a light frame and a single-phase power supply for installation. A quick release mechanism enables easy removal of the labeller for maintenance.
Dix Engineering design and build electronic hand labellers, ideal for tray labelling, fruits and vegetables, punnets, cartons and boxes.
The hand labellers are ergonomically designed to promote labour saving action and minimal operator fatigue while applying six standard labels per second.
Solidly constructed and mechanically simple, the hand labeller is exceedingly reliable and manufactured in Australia.
As with all labellers manufactured by Dix Engineering, they are covered with a 12 month warranty from the date of purchase against failure or breakdown from faulty materials or workmanship.