Actuator for shaving gel and foam aerosol cans

A contemporary-looking actuator for aerosol cans containing shaving gel and foam has been added to the range offered by Lindal Group.Called Henry, the actuator is said to meet demand for a one-piece spray cap. Lindal says the smooth crafted top makes it comfortable to apply finger pressure and is more ergonomically appealing.“The innovative new shape actuator will give brand...

Duplex slitter updated by Can Man

The latest version of Can Man’s duplex slitter is said to offer the fastest ever size changes, increasing productivity.The PowerCUT duplex slitter, which cuts blanks for use in three-piece can welders, uses Big 8 cutting heads with fixed alignment for the blade wheels. The positions of the cutting heads are displayed during position changes, making their adjustment much quicker...

BPA-NI food can coatings from PPG

A range of non-epoxy internal spray coatings for D&I food cans has been launched by PPG Industries.Nutrishield Solista chemistry is said to be the first bisphenol A non-intent (BPA-NI) high-performance coating range for the canned food industry. It is said to be food-contact compliant with flavour-neutral properties to help easily-affected products pass extensive tests.“They are suitable for all two-piece...

High-speed aerosol palletisers installed in Korea

Clevertech has installed a range of automation and palletising equipment at South Korean aerosol can and end manufacturer Sun Group. For can conveying, Italy-based Clevertech installed three fully-automatic high-speed robot palletising islands. The islands each have two infeeds and operate at up to 800 cans a minute, producing around 70 pallets an hour. Each island is...

Automatic end buckle tester saves downtime

Australian test and inspection equipment specialist Versatile Technology has introduced a burst, buckle and vent test for beverage ends which is now being used by a major beverage can manufacturer in the US.The LD136B Automatic Fast Beverage End Buckle Gauge is an offline testing unit for beverage ends from size 200 to 206. It uses air pressure to test...

Higher speed canning line for craft brewers

Baltimore-based Heavy Seas Beer is the first craft brewer to purchase a higher-speed upgrade of a canning system first launched by Pneumatic Scale Angelus (PSA) – a subsidiary of Barry-Wehmiller Packaging Systems – at a craft brewing show in the US last year. Heavy Seas Beer will be the first to install PSA’s CB100 craft line, which made its debut...

Multi-zone decorator cooling system

Temperature control systems for the decorators used on two-piece beverage can lines have been developed by Roeslein & Associates to cover the inkers, gearbox and overvarnish tank.Precise temperature control is achieved through the application of the latest technology in integrated pump and valve controls, says Roeslein. The system comprises ten individually-controlled temperature zones. It features a modular design with all...

Asian canmaker orders Schuler conversion press

An Asian canmaking firm has ordered a high-output beverage end press that is the result of collaboration between Germany's Schuler and Japan's Showa Machine Tool Co.The Smartline SA-S press converts shells into finished ends on a four-out system at 3,000 per minute using a die set produced by Showa Machine. Tabs are formed from coil and are riveted to...

LED technology for Randolph Light Testers

Randolph Light Testers have long been a vital part of a two-piece canmaking line, identifying pinholes and flaws before they reach the customer. Now they can be brought up to date with the use of LED technology to replace halogen lamps that provide longer life and lower energy consumption. The upgrade from Stolle Machinery, which owns the Randolph technology,...

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