Aesus Delta Pouch,  Automatic Pouch and Bag Labeler

Machine that Labels Bags, single side or both sides in cluding ziplock bags



Pouch and Bag Labeling

The Delta Pouch automatic labeler is versatile, allowing single side or dual side label application on empty pre-made stand-up pouches or bags. It is ideal for production environments that need to cater to a wide range of products on small batch runs.

It further features a long infeed belt, that enables difficult bags, particularly ziplock bags to be handled.

Machine set-up

  • Recipe management from touch screen for all the electronic adustments
  • Label heads speed and start delays memorized by PLC (no sensor to move)
  • Central adjustment of the feeder guide rails with hand-wheel
  • No-tool adjustment of the pouch seperator
  • Digital indicators or scale on mechanical adjustments
  • Operation

  • Easy to add pouch into the magazine while the machine is running
  • Label positions can be adjusted while the machine is running
  • Status of machine appears on touch screen
  • High label placement accuracy with servo label heads 


  • No proprietary components
  • Maintenance-free servo motors
  • Stainless steel and anodized aluminum construction
  • Return On Investment

  • Cut your labor (or outsourcing) cost drastically
  • Reduce inventory of pouches
  • Increase flexibility and time to market for new products



    Optional choices from Aesus

    Date and Lot Printers

    Laser Printers andLabel presence sensors

    Vision Verification

    Total Count Sensor and others



    Infeed Conveyor

    The infeed conveyoy enables ziplock bags to be handled as well, along with a servo driven singulator.

    Quick Change  Reels


    An Exclusive Herma feature is the twist on/twist off Core and rewind holders. Just twist a knob and the core is released to load fresh Labels. The same system for the backing paper. Just the faster label changes will probably pay for your Head!

    Recipe Management

    A touch screen is provided for all the electronic adustments; speeds and start delays are memorized by PLC and can be recalled from memory on the next run.