The Cannular brand launched the manual can seaming machine at the start of 2019 with the world's first bench-top canning machine that was affordable and accessible to home brewers worldwide. It gave home brewers and craft brewers the ability to get into small scale canning while still maintaining very low DO, seam tightness and lock in beverage quality.
Since then, the Cannular canning machines have become the world's most popular canning machines ever manufactured, selling worldwide in America, Europe, UK, New Zealand and Australia. On the back of this success KegLand then has further built the Cannular brand name to deliver a Semi-Auto canning machine and now is delighted to bring out the Cannular Full Auto Single Lane Canning Line.
In essence with the whole Cannular range it depends on fundamentally simple processes and when combined with modern engineering provides an elegantly simple solution to small scale packaging.
The Cannular Fully Auto Single Lane Packaging Line will suit a small to medium sized brewery doing batches from 10bbl and up to 40bbl.
The compact footprint means this canning line is almost the size of a standard pallet so it can be stowed into pallet racking or wheeled out of the way easily.
The chucks on this machine are made from Cr12MoV which is then coated with Titanium. This grade has superior hardness so it can last an extremely long time without needing to re-tune the machine or change the chuck. The hardness is 58-62 dH. If you are particularly concerned about corrosion of the chuck, KegLand can also custom make stainless steel chucks on request. For stainless steel chucks they can use the Quench Polish Quench process to harden the stainless steel. It should be noted that the stainless chuck is more expensive and is less hard than the Cr12MoV alloy and as a result we do not normally recommend this alternative but it can be manufactured if requested.
Setup and Washdown
As the machine is fairly compact the wash down is extremely simple. The whole operating deck can be washed down with a hose and the chassis is mounted with an oversized drip tray to catch stray drips from the filling process. The deck can also be plumbed to drain so cleaning in place (CIP) can be implemented. All wet areas are made from nylon, Teflon and 304 stainless steel.
Made with European pneumatics, electronic controllers, flow sensors and industrial grade PLC you can be confident that all components are built to last the distance and designed to handle millions of cans before requiring an overhaul. We recommend that tolerances are checked on the rolls and chuck every 100,000 cans and lubricate some of the pneumatics. Fortunately, all spare parts are supplied by KegLand so you know you're not going to get the shaft on replacement parts in the unlikely instance that you need them. No major overhauls will be required until well over 1 million cans have gone through this machine and even when that time comes the maintenance procedures are relatively straight forward.
Significant CPM for the Footprint
This canning line is able to package 15 cans per minute making this the highest output machine ever manufactured within this small footprint.
Low Labor Cost
As this machine is relatively simple to run, one operator can load cans and lids into the respective hoppers and also package cans from the output of the machine. Larger more complicated machines often require several operators to run, making this labor efficient for such a small machine size.
KegLand Part Number: KL24457