We design and manufacture machines that assemble cardboard cans and lids to form ready-to-use composite cans.
We offer four assembling systems, varying in the number of cans produced per minute and whether or not a seal or cardboard bottom needs to be added.
The process of assembling composite cans is as follows.
First of all, we manufacture machines that can make spiral winding cans and lids. These machines wrap various layers of paper around a long tube. The sheets are glued together and cut into pieces, depending on the required size.
We then add an easy-opening membrane: a pre-cut film that can be removed effortlessly. Next, we add the lid, and, if required, our MSM-60-CC and MSM-100-CC machines can add a cardboard bottom.
It is worth mentioning that there are many lid closing options, the bulk of which we have illustrated below:
01 Recessed membrane
02 Curl with carton inlay
03 Top-end closing made of paper or carton
04 Curl with deep-drawn carton inlay
05 Bottom end closing made of paper or carton
06 Flat curl with a deepdrawn inlay made of carton
07 Top-sealed membrane
08 Deep-drawn carton or paper base
09 Top-sealed membrane with overcap of paper or plastic (no metal)
10 Seamed metal end
11 Glued and push-in plastic shaker and plastic bottom
12 Glued and push-on ring with multiple closures (plastic)
13 Plastic push-in or snap-on lid, sealed with a recessed membrane made of aluminium or paper
14 Aluminium tear-off membrane, pre-cut with pull-tab and edge protection