the exact science of canning, these are the best we have found.
All fully automatic for precision sealing and equipped with
calibrated gauges. All models are portable and come with a "C"
Clamp. Easy instructions included.
All models will seal Ness
TM Cans, 307 x 113 half lb.
tuna cans; 401 x 205.25 one lb. salmon cans; 307 x 409 #2 cans;
401 x 411 #2-1/2 cans and 1-1/2 lb. Canadian #1 cans; unless
We have five models to choose from. Great
value at a small price. These hand operated sealers will give
you years of satisfactory, dependable service. Truly a safe,
economical method of sealing. The model 400 is equipped to seal
8 oz., 13 oz., 19 oz., and 28 oz. cans. Sealers and Chucks for
other can sizes are also available. Each includes easy to follow
instructions. See below for electric
Embarcadero Home Cannery atmospheric can
closing machines are designed to seal round tin, aluminum, composite
and light weight cardboard cans with lightweight lids.
They are ideal for low-volume canning and
packaging operations, laboratories, pilot plants, can laboratories,
coating manufacturing laboratories, IATA air shipments, biological
shipping packages, EPA hazardous waste disposal overpacking,
extremely hazardous chemical containment packages (poisons,
oxidizers, etc.), gift packing and any other operation that
needs first-class semiautomatic closing machines.
CAN SEAMING (Closing) How
Embarcadero Home Cannery seaming rolls interlock
the seams (see illustration below). The chuck remains stationary
except during the actual double seaming process. This process
is completely automatic. Minimum skill required to seal cans
perfectly. Special calibration instructions included with purchase
To see How
Cans Seaming work.
To see How
Jars Closure work..
Production depends on the experience and
dexterity of the operator. Electric models should produce and
average of 4 cans per minute. Hand crank models approximately
2 cans per minute. For more information on electric models click
Standard Equipment: Each machine is completely
equipped with a chuck and seaming rolls for one size can, calibration
instructions, parts list, adjustment tools and lubrication instructions.
Electric models also include belt guards and on/off switches.
Extra Equipment: may include change parts
for different size cans, calibration instructions and parts.
To Order a Seamer Click
Seamer Ordering Instructions
When Ordering a Can Seamer your Purchase
Order must specify:
A. Model Number
B. Diameter & Height of cans to be sealed
C. Any other can sizes you will be sealing
D. Extra equipment needed
E. Change parts needed
F. Spare parts required
Plus send us samples of your cans and
lids. If necessary custom machined parts are an option. We
calibrate and test your equipment with your cans before shipping
When ordering electric sealers specify
electrical requirements. Standard electric motors are 110VAC
60Hz. Special orders can be for 220VDC for either 60Hz or
50Hz (extra charge).
If you have any difficulty preparing your
order, tell us and we will send you a proforma quotation.
Normally within 2 weeks after receipt
of your order accompanied by 4 empty cans and loose covers
of each size can to be sealed. the cans and covers are required
for matching parts, calibration and testing prior to shipment.
Personal Check or Postal Money Order payable to Embarcadero
Home Cannery with your Order.
A bank draft payable at a U.S. Bank to the order of
Embarcadero Home Cannery, payable in U.S. dollars for full
value of the order plus all other expenses.
here for our new and reconditioned high speed cannery
Vacuum Models: Available on Special Order
ONLY. Call us for information.
Can Sealer Parts, Repairs
Chucks - Available for 211, 208, 300, 301,
303, 501 dia., or
please state the height and diameter of your cans so that we
may meet your specific needs.
Special Ness TM base plates click here.
Do it yourself parts for sealing two piece cans.
Can Sealer/Seamer parts.
USDA & FDA certified can sealers for small canneries available.
used high speed sealers rebuilt and certified
Can teardown tools click here