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TOPIC: Label Applicator

Re: Label Applicator 1 year 11 months ago #2152

Hi Spectre,

My initial response above covered that issue, at least from my point of view.

Cheers,
Peter J. Stewart-Hay
Principal
Stewart-Hay Associates
www.Stewart-Hay.com
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Re: Label Applicator 1 year 11 months ago #2153

Hi Guys,

Thanks for helping. The label is actually self adhesive and, when it overlaps it only covers the part without print.

I am still looking for a company which produces applicators for such a label.

Best Regards,
Willy
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Re: Label Applicator 1 year 11 months ago #2154

Willy,

You may want to contact these people (If you haven't already.) after reviewing these particular web pages.

busch-machinery.com/types-labelers.htm?g...-0oJICFQRaQAodtAiDMQ

www.mglapplicators.com/label_rotary.asp

Best regards,
Peter J. Stewart-Hay
Principal
Stewart-Hay Associates
www.Stewart-Hay.com
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Re: Label Applicator 1 year 11 months ago #2155

Hi Peter,

Thank you very much for the info.

Trust seeing you in D-Dorf.

Best Regards,

Willy

www.HowarEquipment.com
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Re: Label Applicator 1 year 11 months ago #2156

Peter, Howar,

Below is a link to UL.

www.ul.com/lancable/index.html

I might be wrong but the original statement was: UL apparently requires that the conductors (dia. 0.33 – 0.65”) have a label applied, in ring form, every 10 feet.

I have been wondering about this since the first posting. First off UL is usually only intersted in insulated products. Once a conductor is designated for an insulated product they are concerned that it meets standard. When it is just bare wire on a reel, I don't think that they are really interested in bare wire.

Additionally how impractical could it be. You want to insulate some stranded conductor so you buy it and then have to remove the label located every 10 feet so you can extrude it?? When you think about it, it does not make sense (doesn't mean it doesn't happen, it just doesn't make sense.)

I could not find anything on their web site about labeling bare stranded conductor.
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Re: Label Applicator 1 year 11 months ago #2157

Hi Spectre07,

These conductors are actually being sold and used in a bare form.

The conductors are listed under UL96.

Best Regards and thanks for helping.


Willy Hauer

www.HowarEquipment.com
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