The CANCRAFT range offers a flexible, high standard approach to packing product into cans. By incorporating a modular design, the CANCRAFT range can be easily adapted with additional modules for increasing production demands or expansion.
The standard CANCRAFT MAXI comes complete with:
- Stainless steel frame.
- Stainless steel whale tail infeed section.
- 12 x fill head complete with pneumatic valves and flow control (Food grade plastic).
- 12 x stainless steel CO2 or nitrogen purge stations.
- 12 x fully adjustable flow control stations.
- 12 x fully adjustable electronic fill level sensors.
- 2 x automated lid drop and placement assembly.
- Low/No lid alarm.
- 2 x food grade plastic lid tamp bar.
- Lid in place sensor/alarm.
- 2 x Single head seamer complete with double operation seaming tools.
- 1 x digital pressure sensor.
- 1 x digital temperature sensor.
- Product temperature alarm.
- 1 x 1.5” product inlet manifold complete with sight glass.
- 10” HMI screen mounted on ergonomic swing arm.
- On screen test & diagnostic program.
- Real-time dial in facility for engineer diagnostics.
- Compressed air regulator.
- CO2 or Nitrogen Regulator.
- Heavy duty castors to enable easy mobility.
Additional Modules (Optional)
- Fully & Semi automated de-palletiser unit.
- Automated twist & rinse module.
- Accumulator conveyor and table module.
- Automated date coder.
- One set of basic tools for maintenance.
- Optional extras.
- 240-volt 16-amp electrical supply.
- Oil free compressed air at 6 bar, minimum 19cfm.
- CO2 supply 8mm push-fit fitting (max 3 bar).
- Water supply.
- Product with a hose connection to 1.5” tri-clamp.
- Cans and lids.
How it works
All CANCRAFT machines offer a linear solution to canning product. This means that the cans enter the processing conveyor from either the manual whale tail feed or an automated de-palletiser. While the cans are in a dry environment they are date coded underneath (if option selected).
The can then accumulate until move to the purge/fill head area. At this point the fill head manifold is lowered into the can and the fill sequence starts. Once filled, the cans quickly pass under the lid drop/placement station, where the lid is pressed onto the can and forces the crown of fob back into the can. This helps keep the DO levels as low as possible.
As the cans pass through to the seaming station, the tamp bar ensures that the lids stay nicely in place before being mechanically seamed to the can.
After that the can take a swift right turn through to our rinse tunnel and air knife (if option selected) to get rid of any left over sticky residue. Then on to the accumulation table for packaging.
Two full days training will be provided included in the installation costs. Further training sessions can be provided at extra cost and upon request.