|C831 Label Printer for GHS Drum Labels|
|C3500 Label Printer|
|C7500 Label Printer|
And before the official GHS rules took effect, Epson launched the C7500; high resolution, fast and durable label printer. Smark Chemical was our first chemical company customer using the C7500 printer.
Or NIC using the C7500G printer for gloss and matte finished labels:
But after more than 5 to 8 years, companies who deployed GHS label printers years ago need to consider updating and replacing this equipment for the following three key reasons.
- Stoppage Prevention: All mechanical devices wear out over time; and label printers are no different. When printing labels becomes the critical path to shipping product, then companies should update and upgrade this important equipment.
- Technology Improvement: Technology has advanced in the last several years; including label printers. New printers will not only reduce the risk of a shipping problem, but may improve the workflow and ease of use for operators.
- Cost Reduction: New technology offers ways to reduce costs; especially for drum label printers.
To help update and replace this older equipment, Epson has launched the new C6000 label printer series. These new printers offer the same durable ink/labels as well as new technology that improves print quality and workflow at a very affordable price. For example, the C6000 printers are plug and play with Zebra print streams. Learn more here: