Printing on bags

Bags are popular for frozen fresh and prepared vegetables, and Domino has the printers to support this packing option

Frozen food packaging is utilized all over the food industry, but its use presents some unique issues for industrial printers used for date and traceability codes.  

Food frozen in a bag is likely to present an uneven surface to a printer. However, Domino's systems are undeterred by such a challenge. Our thermal technology ensures the code applied to a bag is clear and precise, and stays that way despite the rigors of cold storage. Whether packing with a VFFS or HFFS machine, the Vx150i printer from Domino is the ideal device for applying codes and even ingredients lists to generic packaging.

The Vx150i ensures reliable printing and excellent code adhesion, even after freezing, so the code stays clear and legible throughout the lifetime of the product. Small and compact, the Vx150i fits most thermal transfer brackets and its unique i-Tech ribbon drive is highly efficient while also protecting against ribbon breakage. That all contributes to low cost of ownership and trouble-free operation.

Our Automation and Integration Services help make the coding process safer and prevent errors from happening.

Domino Automation and Designer, our software tools for centralized label management and automated deployment, are designed to boost your production efficiency: streamline operations and minimize waste.

Using Domino Automation you can create messages centrally and automatically pass them down to all Domino printers on your production.

  • Design and manage labels at a single location: our intuitive label design system enables using a universal interface, keeping training needs at a minimum.
  • Easily manage users and their permissions: security features like Active Directory Integration enable using your existing IT network, and simplify user management.
  • Full audit trail for the management of production changes: version control provides the ability for approval and roll-back procedures.