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All About Canning - Cannular Can Seamers and More...

Discussion in 'AHB Sponsors Shop' started by KegLand-com-au, 21/2/19.

 

  1. awfulknauful

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    Posted 22/7/19
    I have the one they copied it off, you can have it for $150
     
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    Sounds interesting can you pm me?
     
  3. MaCheFai

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    So I've kegged about 3 cases of beer with this machine. I'd love to hear more about how much pressure and how long people are pushing and pulling the arm. I'm having some inconsistency issues with mine. Sometimes they gush right after seaming and other times it's after I deliver them to the people in the beer group. And sometimes, even squeezing them doesn't show signs of a leak, but if left in a cooler for a few hours, I'll find a good amount of beer at the bottom. It's starting to get a bit frustrating not having a consistent start/stop point on the arm. When it works, it works great, but I'll go through stretches of 6-8 badly seamed cans, then 6-8 well seamed, I'm not sure what to make of it. If anyone has found some good videos on illustrating the force used fwd and back and or the timing on how long to hold the arm in position or speed in which to move it, it would be greatly appreciated. Youtube only has a couple videos.

    Likewise, +1 on adding a plastic beer guard/shield for the machine. Even when wiping the can down after it's been placed in the chuck and prior to starting the machine, it makes a complete mess on some cans!
     
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    Kegland will you or do you have replacement rollers (dies) for the Camille and Will they fit the other machines that are advertised on eBay?
     
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    Posted 31/7/19
    Hi,

    I live in Norway and have just ordered the Cannular which arrived on the first shipment of seamers for the Norwegian market.
    Is the CDL chuck far away? CDL is pretty much the "standard" here and therefor urging to get my hand on a CDL chuck.

    -T
     

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