From MPI Label Systems
Tamp Blow - The label is held in place by vacuum on the applicator pad as it extends toward the product. At the precise moment the area on the product to be labeled passes under the pad, the label is blown instantly and accurately onto the product.
Air Blow - The label is help in place by the labeler's vacuum grid. At the precise moment the area on the product to be labeled passes under the grid, air jets are activated. The label is then instantly and accurately blown onto the product.
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