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Equipment for the application of seal labels to containers

Image Number 5 for United States Patent #5497598.

Seal labels are affixed to containers by means of equipment comprising a system of conveyors serving to direct a succession of the containers along a predetermined path, and a feed device by which gummed labels are supplied to a fixing station occupying a position alongside one part of the selfsame path. The feed device affords a recess located between two points against which the two ends of each label are restrained, and operates in conjunction with a first push rod by which each container in turn is displaced from the conveying path, directed forcibly against a relative label supported by the device and caused to penetrate the recess to a given depth together with the label. Thereafter, the container is ejected from the recess and repositioned on the conveying path by a second push rod.

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