Electric Cam Driven Seamer
Cask’s revolutionary automated canning system design pairs a cam-driven seamer with an electric stepper motor. Get increased seam integrity by the most consistent seam formation force, with significantly easier setup and maintenance compared to pneumatic seamers.
Inline Scale & Auto Reject
The ACS Mobile automated canning system features an inline scale that provides immediate onscreen feedback, in real-time, which displays extremely accurate weights of cans that are accurate within two grams. This allows the line operator to make note of any inconsistencies and to make adjustments. Meanwhile, an auto-reject feature will purge cans from the line into a catch tray if they are too high or low in weight.
Industry Leading Fill Tech
Each of our automated canning systems features proprietary foam-creation valves which help deliver the lowest amounts of dissolved oxygen (DO) in the micro-canning industry. Many of our customers have reported DO pickup in the extremely low values of 15 to 20 parts per billion, ensuring flavor protection.
Incredible Packaging Flexibility
The Cask ACS Mobile is the most flexible #MicroCanning system on the market, specifically engineered to allow one system to handle nearly all can heights, body diameters and end types. Change over between different can sizes is a snap, requiring less than 30 minutes.
Not Just Craft Beer
This is so much more than an automated beer canning system. The flexibility of ACS Mobile and its nitro doser make it ideal for a number of other craft beverages, including wine, cider, cold brews, and more.
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ACS Mobile Specifications
Single Phase, 208 - 240VAC at 15A, 50/60 Hz
25 psi from plant system connected to matching with 3/8" barbed fitting
Filler & Seamer: 6 cfm at 90 psi
Standard Air Dryer: 24 cfm at 30 psi
Total System: 30 cfm dry air at 90 psi
Compressor c/w refrigerated dryer and autofloat drain
1/2" hot water line (Clean In Place CIP)
1/2" cold water line
Temperature: 32 - 35.6 F (0 to 2C)
Carbonation: 2.4 to 2.9 volumes CO2 (4.6 to 5.6 g/L CO2)