Asia CanTech is the technical conference and exhibition for can makers and fillers in the Asia-Pacific Region and their suppliers.
30 October-1 November 2017, Bangkok, Thailand.
Contact us to schedule a meeting with us at the conference.
Container Machinery has provided machinery for food processing for over 40 years. The original company (Container Machinery Corporation) was founded in 1974 and manufactured the Truxton Steristar Steam-Air Retort.
FDA: Guide to Inspections of Low Acid Canned Food 39 | Steam-Air Retorts
Equipment and procedures for processing in steam-air retorts are not specifically covered in the lacf regulations. These systems are covered by 21CFR 113.40(j), Other Systems. “Other” systems are required to conform to the applicable requirements of the lacf regulations…
…At one time the Container Machinery Corp. built the Truxton Steristar in the U.S….
The steam-air retort uses a mixture of steam and air, which is added to create an over-pressure in the retort. The air over-pressure allows thermal processing of a wide variety of containers including: glass, metal cans, rigid plastic, and flexible pouches. Steam-air mixtures, although in a gaseous state similar to 100% steam, when used as a heating medium behave more like water…
…It is very important to maintain the correct steam-air ratio in this type of retort. The steam-air ratio should be the same as that used during studies to determine temperature distribution in the retort.
Steam-air retorts are normally operated at steam-air ratios ranging from 75% steam/25% air to 95% steam/5% air, depending upon the air over-pressure in the retort. The steam-air ratio is normally determined by the processing temperature and the type of package being processed.
The pressure in a steam-air retort must be maintained at the correct pressure to prevent container distortion and to maintain the correct steam-air ratio…
…The percent steam can be calculated using the following formula:
Steam pressure psia (pounds per sq. inch actual) = % steam
Total system pressure psia
Steam pressure psia is determined by determining the amount of steam pressure generated at a certain temperature [e.g. 240° F generates 10 psig (pounds per sq. inch gauge)] plus 14.7 psi (atmospheric pressure at sea level) equals 24.7 psia. The total system pressure is determined by taking the gauge reading and adding 14.7 psi. A steam air system having a total gauge pressure of 15 lbs operating at 240° F would have a 83% steam, 17% air mixture.
10 psig + 14.7 psi atmospheric = 24.7 = 83% steam
15 psig + 14.7 psi atmospheric 29.7
As the exclusive Jungmichel Agent, Container Machinery sells Double Sheet Detectors for monitoring the automatic sheet destack and sheet feed on sheet working machines like body makers, welding- and printing machines, slitters, presses etc.
For over 40 years now, Jungmichel has specialized in design and production of electronic sensors and controllers mainly for the can making, canning and metal sheet working industry. Our sensors and detectors are used by canmakers and canners around the world, and are the preferred choice of well known OEMs that produce machinery for the metal packaging industry. They monitor the sheet destacking so that only one sheet is feed into the sheet working machine.
There are many different detector models available. For different kinds of sheet materials, with singlesided contact sheet detectors or with double-sided non-contact sheet sensors.
Very economical, flexible, and user-friendly, Jungmichel double sheet detectors are available with various functions and outputs. Some all-in-one double sheet sensors are “teach-in” programmable and don’t require an external amplifier. Some detectors have convenient 0 – 10 V DC outputs.
Since 1977, Jungmichel double sheet sensors have been the preferred choice of leading canmaking machinery suppliers for use in their machines. As the Jungmichel agent, you can get original replacement sensors and/ or amplifiers quickly and inexpensively, with local customer service from us.
Please download our sensor catalogs for more information. Special sensor solutions are may also be available.
Container Machinery is the exclusive Jungmichel agent in the United States. Contact us for more information.
Container Machinery has a well established network of sales agents in the US and in China, and is now expanding its distribution network into Asia, Africa, Europe, and the Middle East.
We’re currently seeking qualified Sales Agents in the following regions:
We are looking for motivated Business Development sales agents who have experience in selling in the canmaking industry and who have established customer relationships.
You will be asked to expand the business in your territory as well as continuously expand the installed base of customers. As a sales agent for a certain territory you are also requested to manage the relationship and the communication with your customers and act as an account manager.
Contact us with a brief description of yourself and your background, an example of how you would act as a Container Machinery Sales Agent, and the best way for us to reach you.
We’re looking forward to seeing you in Kuala Lumpur at Asia CanTech!
As usual, Container Machinery will be there in full force. Not only will Heinz Grossjohann be there to discuss his all new Cap and End Lines, he’ll be making a presentation on how Small Companies Drive Innovation.
Successful careers are built on hard work, excellent training, and knowing when to take the right opportunity…
Container Machinery is currently seeking a talented Field Service Engineer interested in joining our global team of metal packaging industry professionals serving the Greater China Region.
Field Service Engineer job duties include:
Skills and Qualifications:
If you are ready to take on new challenges and to build your career within our organization, contact us today!
Send your resume and CV to:
Kate Liu (email@example.com)
Container Machinery is the exclusive representative for INSENSIV in China and SE-Asia.
Since 2006 insensiv has developed vision systems for various applications with a focus on “smart cameras”. Originating from the “Ingenieurbüro Gieselmann”, which was founded in 1996 and specialized in automation systems and camera technology, intensive now has over 40 employees and is based in Bielefeld, Germany.
For more information on how the insensiv vision systems can benefit your production operation, please contact Container Machinery.