Cannular Pro Semi-Auto Bench Top Can Seamer

Cannular Pro Semi-Auto Bench Top Can Seamer

Cannular Pro Can Seamer  
Can Fresh Aluminum Cans  
Steel Cans  
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Note: Due to high demand, we have sold out of the Cannular Pro Power Supply.  If you only plan to seam aluminum cans (no tin) and want to can ASAP, the standard Cannular Power Supply will be able to provide enough power. If you plan to seam tin cans, you will need the Pro Power Supply (ETA September 2020).

The Cannular Pro is a semi-automatic can seamer that is easy to use, reliable, and beautifully simple.

Whether you're a brewery looking to offer canned beer to go or a homebrewer wanting to keep your creations fresh and fully protected from light, the Cannular is the answer. This bench top unit is one of the most compact and easy to use can seamers you'll find. The Cannular only requires one person to operate, and each can takes roughly 3 seconds to seam. With a two-person team, one filling and one seaming, the Cannular becomes a suitable option for nano breweries doing small canning production runs.

Cannular Pro vs. Manual Unit
This new Semi-Auto Pro model will guarantee you get a consistent seaming process every time. Unlike the less expensive manual can seamer, this machine has no lever for the seaming operation, meaning it's even easier for the operator to seam the can consistently and will not vary on how hard the operator is pulling the lever. 

Another major difference is that the Cannular's Pro table spacer is specially designed to work with both 500ml (16.9 oz) and 330ml (11.2 oz) Can Fresh Aluminum Cans right out of the box. Unlike the manual model that requires a secondary table spacer for use with 330ml cans, the Pro model features an adjustable platform, allowing you to raise or lower the table spacer depending on what size can you're seaming. We have tested standard 202 cans and have been able to achieve good seals with proper adjustments.  It is necessary to adjust the table height to ensure you have the appropriate amount of pressure applied when the can lift is raised.

The Cannular Pro can also be adapted for use with Tin Plated Steel Cans for food packaging applications. The table spacer is designed to accept these 100mm cans, but you will need the purchase the required 100mm Chuck separately.

The beauty of the Cannular lies in how truly simple it is to operate, and the semi-automatic pro model makes canning beer even easier. With only three points of operation, it only takes a few minutes to familiarize yourself with the machine. The seaming process is as follows:

  • Place lid atop the can and place the can on the table spacer
  • Turn the platform lever clockwise to raise the can to the seamer
  • Press the seaming operation button then wait for the can to stop spinning
  • Turn the platform lever counterclockwise to lower the can

That's all there is to it!

The Cannular was designed to be compact, durable, and safe to operate in a wet environment. The platform assembly is made from 304 grade stainless steel, so no matter how messy your canning gets, there's no need to worry about rusting or degradation. The body of the unit is made from hammered sheet metal and fastened together with stainless steel screws. Rubber feet help keep the unit from slipping and sliding while in use. In addition, the Cannular features built-in brackets near the feet so you have the option to mount the machine to your counter or benchtop. The Cannular runs off of 24V DC power via the Anderson socket located on the back. This lower voltage was chosen specifically to make the unit as safe to use in a wet environment as possible.
As noted above, the Cannular comes with a 24V DC Anderson socket located on the back of the unit. It does not, however, include a cord and plug. This unit uses the more powerful Pro Model Power Supply, which provides enough power to seam tin plated steel cans as well as aluminum cans.
Why Cans?
So why can when you can bottle? There's no doubt that canning has become a more and more popular format for packaging beer among craft breweries over the last several years, and with good reason. Aluminum cans aren't just more environmentally friendly than bottles, since cans require less energy to transport and recycle, they're also much better at protecting the quality of the beer. Whereas bottles allow in light, which leads to skunking, aluminum cans offer 100% protection from UV and other wavelengths of light that are harmful to beer. There's still great debate surrounding whether cans or bottles are better at keeping beer fresh, but if done correctly, cans are theoretically the superior option. When a crown cap is crimped onto a bottle, the lining of the cap can form an imperfect seal on the bottle, allowing small amounts of oxygen in, as well as small amounts of CO2 out. Over time this can result in oxidation of the beer and lost carbonation. Seamed cans, on the other hand, form a much better seal that can prevent these issues. Of course, it's important to make sure that the can is purged of oxygen before being filled, and that the can lid is sealed atop foam to eliminate oxygen from the headspace. Aside from all the "sciency stuff", cans are just plain safer. Take your beer backpacking, camping, or poolside and rest assured that broken glass won't ruin your day!
  • Power: 250W 24V DC
  • Rated Speed: 3300 RPM
  • Gearbox Ratio: 9.8 : 1
  • Dimensions: 16" L x 9.5" W x 21" H
  • Weight: 40 lbs
  • Splash guard not included

Please note the pictured splash guard is not included with the seamer. Please see CAN106 to add the splash guard to your order.

Please note: When you receive your cannular the rollers have been set and tested at the factory. They should not need adjustment for 100,000 cans. The table, however, comes unadjusted and getting it set up correctly is very important to getting a proper seal. Cannular's test show that a .4mm (.015") actual overlap is all that is needed to seal to 90 PSI. The proper table tension takes a little practice and expect to waste a few cans getting it dialed in. Once you learn the proper tension re-adjusting it is very quick and easy. You want the tension to be tight but not so tight as to dent the can. Use cans at your fill height with water for proper tension adjustment.
For more information on can seaming, check out this site here.

Kegland Part number: KL15769



Item # CAN110
Shipping Eligible for Free Shipping Program
Availability California - In Stock
Pennsylvania - In Stock
Weight 61 LBS
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affordable can seamer
richard r on Sep 24, 2020
You finally had it.
Keith F on Jul 31, 2020
affordable can seamer
richard r on Sep 24, 2020
So I can more easily share my homebrew.
Zachary C on Aug 10, 2020
You finally had it.
Keith F on Jul 31, 2020
starting to can
Aaron W on Jul 31, 2020
Small cider company that needs to get into canning
David G on Jun 24, 2020
Upgrade from manual cannular
Ismael on Jun 24, 2020
I am a head brewer and we need this to can 16oz cans
Garrett T on Jun 24, 2020
Hopefully the product works like the video
Curtis M on Jun 24, 2020
So I can more easily share my homebrew.
Zachary C on Aug 10, 2020
starting to can
Aaron W on Jul 31, 2020
when is this itme availible?? i want to purchase one.
Miguel Ochoa on Apr 29, 2020
BEST ANSWER: Our next shipments are coming in Mid July 2020. You can reserve yours now with a purchase order or set up an email alert through our website to let you know when they are in stock and ready to ship.
I'm having power supply problems, when I first plug it in the green lights on the buttons light up for a second or two then fade back off, motor wont operate at all. Anyone else had anything similar? I'm thinking I may have received a faulty transformer...
Warren Ross on Jul 27, 2020
Cannular Pro Semi-Auto Bench Top Can Seamer
Cannular Pro Semi-Auto Bench Top Can Seamer
Power Supply for Cannular Pro Bench Top Can Seamer (110V)
Power Supply for Cannular Pro Bench Top Can Seamer (110V)
BEST ANSWER: We have brought this issue up with the manufacturer and are working with them to get replacements. In the meantime the standard Cannular power supply (CAN101) should work with Pro; however, it does not provide enough power for tin cans, just aluminum. Let me know if you have any questions or concerns. Cheers!

4.2 / 5.0
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Great value,well built,simple to use
Great value,well built,easy to use and simple. Worked fantastic right out of the box. First seamer I've ever had that did I that! Great customer service! Fast and free shipping . No instructions,but you dont need any very simple to set up and use.
The canner worked perfectly tight out of the box,first canner I've had that has been like that!
The canner worked perfectly tight out of the box,first canner I've had that has been like that!
October 7, 2020
3 weeks ago
If you're willing to do the work the cannular probe is awesome!
The cannula pro is definitely a better product than the manual in my opinion.It will need some adjustment but once you get it dialed in it's actually really good. It represents an extreme value when compared to other options.
September 18, 2020
3 months ago
This may be in need of some re-tooling
I initially purchased this (newer) Cannular canner model and found I could not get cans to seal. Despite multiple adjustments and seeking ay and all advice, I finally concluded that the automatic roller actin was not applying enough pressure to seal the cans and there was no way to adjust it. I exchanged it for the original manual model and have never looked back. I think it was simply too new to have enough use for feedback and ma need some re-tooling at the manufacturer.
September 1, 2020
3 months ago
Nice upgrade, but where's the instruction manual?
Had the manual seamer first. Worked well, but seams were often sharp and lever pulling got old so upgraded. Like the manual version the semi auto is a nice sturdy, well-built machine. Good consistent seams on standard US cans without modified table blanks is a big plus. Only reason it's not getting 5 stars is that there is no instruction manual to be found on this model anywhere and the video doesn't explain the use. 2 buttons, but it seals whether or not the back one is pushed in. Seems like a manual override, but not entirely sure. Please ship with a manual.
August 22, 2020
We canning!
So far so good. Did 99 of 100 cans. Crushed one before we got height right. More Beer customer service was fantastic.
One crushed can before we got it dialed in
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July 7, 2020
3 months ago
So far, so good...but...
Have only run a 10-12 cans through the seamer and I am very happy. Very simple to adjust (if you need it...mine came ready to roll with the 16.9oz cans) and I was surprised that it is as quiet as it is. Obviously it has a noise but I expected it to be louder...big bonus to me.

My concerns...

First, there is no manual and I can't seem to find a manual online. Granted, the operation is pretty simple but some guidance on adjustments, trouble shooting and operation would be nice. (FYI, the button on the right should always be pressed in when you want the unit to control the spin. If it is not pressed in, and you let go of the spin button, your can will not get a good seam. My suggestion, always keep the button on the right pressed in.)

Second, when I put my first can in to test it out, it didn't work. Hit the button to seam it and you could hear the motor running but no spinning. Gave MoreBeer a call and they advised to pull the back off (which is actually the entire cover...its not fun to put back on) to see if anything was preventing the pulleys from spinning. What I ended up doing was manually spinning the piece that spins the can and then hit the button and it worked. Basically, chalked it up to the belt in the pulley system being pretty tight and just needed to be "broken in" a bit. If you experience this, I suggest manually spinning it a few times and coaxing it to work. After about 10 cans or so, it works without assistance.

Lastly, and not really a problem just an oddity, the power supply is weird. When you plug it in, the transformer attached to it does not sit on the same surface as the seamer. The end going from the transformer to the unit is just a few inches short of the transformer sitting level. Thought it was weird they didn't just add a little bit more cable so it would sit fully on the same service. Easy fix though, use some double sided tape or velcro to attach it to the back of the unit.

All in all, would highly recommend to those that want to get into canning, I am quite happy with the unit.
July 6, 2020
3 months ago