Welder now compatible with calibration crowns

Swiss welder manufacturer Can Man has redesigned its CM16 series welding machine to be compatible with all types and sizes of calibration crowns from existing ABM Soudronic welders. The development will enable canmakers to reduce the initial installation cost of a CM16 welder, by allowing them to use the calibration crowns from their...

Cross-section seams while on the road with saws

CMC-Kuhnke has launched two portable seam saws for the inspection of beverage and food can seams, designed to enable service engineers to cross-section seams during visits to customers. The two units  – the PCS-1153 unit for food cans, and the PCS-1307 for beverage cans – are lightweight saws fitted with a suitcase for protection and ease...

Heat recovery systems cut energy use and costs

As well as specialising in pneumatic conveying equipment for the beverage can industry, UK-based Impact Air Systems now offers a range of systems designed to cut energy and gas consumption and reduce operating costs. This includes systems for recovering waste heat from areas such as thermal oxidisers, dry-off units, compressor cooling systems and washer oven exhausts....

Updated controller for dryers and sterilisers

A retrofittable controller for induction dryers and sterilisers has been developed by Nordson. Designed to be compatible with the company's existing drying and sterilising equipment, the BR1 controller replaces the Mountaingate controller and offers a range of advantages. New features include a touchscreen control panel and an interface designed to be easier to navigate. The power...

Metal sports bottle maker using digital printing unit

Liberty Bottleworks, a US manufacturer of refillable aluminium bottles which was due to begin shipping its first products this month, installed a CP100 digital printing system supplied by INX International Inks. Following around two months of print and ink trials at INX's facility at Huntsville, Alabama, with emphasis on ink chemistry and ink compatibility tests, the printing system was...

UV curing system supplied for printing line

UK-based GEW recently supplied UV curing equipment to Crown Speciality Packaging for installation on a four-colour printing and varnishing line supplied by Crabtree. GEW supplied a ten-lamp NuvaPlus system. This configuration included a lamp after each of the first three stations, two lamps in a set stack position after the fourth station, and four lamps at the end of...

Longer tooling life with harder coating

Eifeler-Lafer has developed a coating process for can tooling said to offer improved hardness which enables re-coating of the tooling without damage.Called Duplex, the low-temperature coating process is suitable for coating tooling for D&I steel and aluminium beverage and food can production lines, and is said to produce a compound of base material and coating which is more resistant...

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...

Better colour sensitivity from label inspection unit

Sencon has improved its LVC180 Label Verifier system to include more advanced colour detection capability.The development is said to give the inspection unit greater sensitivity to labelling variations, and more accuracy in differentiating between predominantly silver can labels and unprinted beverage cans. An optional remote user interface, using an Ethernet connection, allows the operator to control...

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