In June 2022, a US pet food manufacturer contacted Sywen Packaging. In order to improve the production efficiency, they need to purchase can sealing equipment to form a canned pet food filling production line.


Product: beef and vegetable recipe
Packaging Weight: net weight 354g
Can Type: round metal can with pull tab
Can Size: diameter 6.5 cm x height 11 cm
Sealing Speed: 25-35 cans/min


As the sealing equipment of the can packaging line, the automatic sealing machine needs to match the packaging speed of the front and back end packaging machines, so we confirmed which packaging equipment is in the front and end of the sealing machine, what is the packaging speed, conveyor belt width, etc. with the client, and then determine the configuration of the can seaming machine.


Supplied Machine:

The machine is made of stainless steel, it is widely used for sealing various round cans such as plastic cans, tin cans, and paper cans in chemical, food, and other industries. The can body is not rotated in the sealing process, which can protect the product and the can body better.

The automatic sealing machine is 2~3 times that of the semi-automatic sealing equipment, which greatly saves labor costs and improves the production efficiency of the enterprise.

The sealing hob is made of high hardness nickel steel and will never rust. There is an automatic induction system when sealing cans, the machine will automatically allocate the lid when it senses that the can has entered. If there is no can, it will not distribute the lid, and if there is no lid, it will not automatically seal.

HD touch screen man-machine interface, PLC microcomputer control, intelligent operation. The sealing can diameter is φ40~φ130mm, and the sealing height is 60~220mm. The cans and sealing molds can also be customized according to the size of the cans.

Using four sets of hobs for sealing, the sealing force is more uniform, and the service life is more than 5 million times of sealing. The defective sealing rate is extremely low, less than 1/10,000 for iron cans, 1/1,000 for plastic cans, and 2/1,000 for paper cans.