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Seamer Setup Camera

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Packaging TypeNA
Automatic detection of:Seamer clearance, thickness and feeler gauge
Can sizes supported:200-603, any height
Compatability:Nearly all roll / chuck (non-rail) seamers

Imagine a tool that takes the guesswork out of seamer setup, improves seam quality and consistency, increases seamer uptime and makes startup much faster than previously possible. Our Seamer Setup Camera is all this and more!

As a craft brewer, you want to stay focused on brewing the best beer possible and delivering that quality to your customers when they pop open the can. Accurate seamer setup is critical for the beer to stay fresh over time.

If you’re a mobile canner, you want to be up and running as fast as possible and get the best seam you can for your customer’s cans.

Often, breweries make due with just meeting the seam specifications, often coming dangerously close to the specs and relying on the canning machinery to hold these specs throughout the run. This approach doesn’t take in to account slight changes in incoming materials, like end plate thickness, can flange, can height and the seamer’s own tolerances. Over time, as the machinery loosens up, hard to detect issues like microleaks can occur.

The Seamer Setup Camera is able to not only quickly and accurately set up the seamer and fix issues that come up from time to time, it makes sure that the seamer performs consistently and at it’s target specifications. This means that seamer will run better, and require adjustments less often and less downtime! Not only are you saving time – you are also reducing unplanned stops.

Clearance Gauge: Double Seamer Setup And Adjustment System

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Documentation:System saves all audits and adjustments - numbers and images
Compatability:Nearly all roll / chuck (non-rail) seamers
Automatic detection of:Seamer clearance, thickness and feeler gauge
Can sizes supported:200-603, any height
Number of seamer specs allowed:Unlimited

Imagine a tool that takes the guesswork out of seamer setup, improves seam integrity and consistency, increases uptime and makes changeovers much faster than previously possible. Our Clearance Gauge is all this and more.

With rising pressures on canneries and can makers to increase productivity, minimize changeover time and unplanned stops and ensure higher quality closures, accurate seamer setup has never been more important. Often, companies make due with just meeting the seam specifications, often ignoring high variation between different heads on the same seamer and missing hard to detect issues like microleakers.

This often means that the slightest change in incoming materials, like end plate thickness, can flange, can height and the seamer’s own tolerances will cause some of the seams to go out of specs.

The Clearance Gauge is able to not only quickly and accurately set up the seamer and fix issues that come up from time to time, it makes sure that all seamer heads are performing perfectly and identically. This means that seamers will run better, and require adjustments less often and less downtime! Not only are you saving time – you are also reducing unplanned stops.

Some canners are increasing the amount and frequency of seam checks and subsequently have to stop the line more often, or use expensive systems like X-rays or online systems to ensure more seams are within tolerance. Isn’t it a better idea to simply produce better seams rather than checking more often for bad ones? The system allows you to do preventative maintenance on your seamers before they go out of specs.

Today
Most companies use feeler gauges or wire gauges to try and determine if there is enough distance between the roll and chuck. Of course, this is an inaccurate and difficult procedure even in the hands of experienced seamer mechanics. Similarly inaccurate methods are used for adjusting roll height off the chuck.

More often than not, rolls need to be readjusted after the first seam check and as the seamer warms up. For vertical adjustment, most companies use a vertical “pin height gauge”. However, the height and lateral distance adjustment affect one another because of the shapes of the roll and chuck profiles.

In some cases, problems with the seam are often solved by tightening the 2nd operation, whereas the real solution could be that the 1st operation should actually be tightened or even loosened!

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Pramod Ambulkar (Proprietor)
Parisa Technology
A-104, Umiya Park, Ashish Complex, C. S. Road No. 4, Dahisar East
Mumbai - 400068, Maharashtra, India

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