Seaming beer can lids more cleanly

An expansion of Ferrum’s ferruCompact line of can seamers, the FC06, is aimed at medium-sized breweries as well as drinks canners. The machine is said by the Swiss company to be ideal for seaming cans of mixed alcoholic beverages, beer and soft drinks.Ferrum has simplified the machine’s operation with a quick-change system for tools. Hygiene levels are improved with...

Use standard peelable ends for ‘compartment’ cans

Details of a process machine that creates a ‘ledge seal’ on a three-piece tinplate can so that an easy-open aluminium end can be applied without a top ring have been revealed by Blema Kircheis, the German-based manufacturer.The machine offers the feature of a ledge up to 40mm from the top of the can, enabling items such as spoons or...

Temperature control for a decorator’s inkers

Leading project integrator in the beverage can business, Roeslein & Associates has launched a system that controls the temperatures of inks on D&I can decorators.The Decorator Cooling System provides decentralised control for the temperature of the decorator’s inkers, gearbox, and the overvarnish tank.It maintains temperature control by means of a pump, chiller, a system of control valves, and a...

Lug cap sealant meets content legislation

Spanish sealants specialist Actega Artística has introduced a water-based sealant for lug caps, designed to meet more stringent restrictions on certain plastics.The European Commission updated its ‘Plastics Directive’ 2002/72/EC last year to limit the use of certain plasticisers, including epoxidised soybean oil (ESBO) and some phthalates, commonly used in PVC-based closure seals for metal twist-off caps for food applications....

Quality upgrades for Mahmood Saeed plant at Jeddah

Mahmood Saeed Beverage Cans & Ends Industry (MSCAN) is upgrading the canmaking plant in Saudi Arabia that it started up in January to improve quality and reduce spoilage. Lighthouse Systems, a leading UK-based provider of manufacturing execution systems (MES) software, is implementing its Shopfloor-Online system at the Jeddah plant to improve quality, identify statistical process control (SPC) trends and...

Food canmaker installs rotary leak tester

Spanish canmaker Auxiliar Conservera recently installed a 40-head RLD 230 S rotary pressure leak tester from Bonfiglioli. The machine is being used by the canmaker to detect micro-leaks on food cans at speeds of up to 800 a minute. The unit is designed to offer a precise and repeatable performance, as well as low energy and...

Combination back-end for D&I food cans

A combined necking, flanging, beading and light-testing machine has been developed for use on two-piece D&I food can lines by Cantec, the Germany-based subsidiary of Soudronic.Replacing a stand-alone flanger and beader and a separate light tester which includes conveying that is at risk of jamming, the high-speed CAN-O-MAT.2PC is said by Cantec to be the perfect back-end machine, making...

Multi-format compound liner from Peñalver

Spain's Industrias Peñalver launched a curler-compound liner designed for all formats of non-round ends, of up to 232x232mm. The MER+ reaches speeds of 100 ends a minute with the larger size.   The company also supplies what is said to be the fastest curler-compound liner for non-round ends. Based on an 8-station rotary system, the MER-600...

More versatility and speed for Can Man

Boss of Swiss three-piece canmaking equipment manufacturer Can Man, Ruedi Umbricht has revised his range of X1 welding machines. The simplified range has just a single model capable of making cans in a bigger range of diameters – 45mm to 165mm – and is offered with production speeds from 450cpm to 650cpm. "We never...

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