The new Kwik Lok 912, combined with Matthews Marking Systems eSolarMark Fiber laser-coding system, allows new capabilities to include information and graphics on closures.
The system allows users to add permanent text, dates, times, serial numbers, 2D codes and graphics at a rate of up to 120 closures per minute, according to a news release from Union Gap, Wash.-based Kwik Lok.
Kwik Lok 912 eSolarMark Fiber maximizes marketing efforts at a low cost of ownership, according to the release.
The system has a convenient touchscreen, message design software and multiple languages, according to the release.
The new product will be featured October 14-17 at Pack Expo International in Chicago, according to the release, both at the Kwik Lok booth S-4227 and Matthews Marking Systems booth S-2006.