Specification and Facility Requirements

Our line is testing between 20 and 30 ppb Dissovled Oxygen (D.O.)!!


  • 24 to 30 cans per minute (60+ cases per hour)
  • 6 Head CO2 purge / fill head
  • Independent can level control for consistent and accurate fills
  • Under cap CO2 lay down to help prevent any O2 pick-up
  • Nord IP65 motors with VFD control
  • 6" Color operator interface.
  • Final rinse tunnel with air blow off
  • Radial 4-stop index system keeps product flow in-line and controlled
  • Built in leveling jacks for easy placement
  • Set-up time is quicker and easier than competitor machines
  • It can be easily stored when not in use, 3'W x 5'H x 8'L
  • All seam seat-up dimensions are found on an HMI screen
  • Easy clean in place
  • 110v power is needed
  • 105 PSI clean dry compressed air is needed
  • PProduct to be as close to 35 degrees as possible (at can) Bright should be at 32 degrees or colder
  • All purchased parts ship in 24 hours with exception of tooling, motors and indexer
  • Form tooling is approx. 1 week lead time - LOE202 ends are standard
  • Two half day training sessions are included with your machine. This is not a production run but a training run. Enough product to run 50 cases on day one and 100 cases on day 2 should be ready and to 32 degrees. Cans, boxes, Pak Tech, etc... should be on hand.

Facility Requirements

  • Beer supply line to filler manifold using a 1 1/2" tri-clamp fitting with enough length to reach from tanks to can line area
  • 15 - 20 P.S.I head pressure in bright tank
  • Bright tank product should be at 32 degrees
  • Co2 content, when measured with a Zahm, not to exceed 2.6 (or you will run slowly). Higher IBU beers at high gravity with high Co2 can prove to run much slower than a low Co2 product. COLD product is critical.
  • Cleaned and dried compressed air at 105 P.S.I. with quick disconnect and enough hose to reach the can line
  • Co2 at 20 P.S.I. with quick disconnect and enough hose to reach the can line
  • 110v 20 amp GFCI (must be rated for V.F.D. and may be a special item in your area. An electrical motor controls expert should be contacted and contracted for installation).
  • City or well water supplied with a potable water style hose for pre-rinse and final rinse with enough hose to reach the can line
  • It is best to have any fans turned off and door shut to prevent wind from removing any Co2 used to purge cans
  • Product supply lines should be insulated when possible
  • AA mechanically inclined operator who is proficient with a set of wrenches and understands how to read calipers
  • The customer is to be fully responsible for seam adjustment and quality of the seam following the training run. Contact your can supplier for PDF/Specifications that match your cans. The dimensions on the HMI are for reference only.