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    Palmer vs Codi for Mobile

    Hey All-

    Looking to get a mobile canning line running and have narrowed my search down to the soon to be released Palmer line (http://www.palmercanning.com/product...filler-seamer/) and the Codi45. I really like the idea of counter pressure and ability to run full caustic and steam on these lines due to the beverages I will be bouncing between.

    Any experience with the seamers, customer support, etc?


    Any and all input would be greatly appreciated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jd21 View Post
    Hey All-

    Looking to get a mobile canning line running and have narrowed my search down to the soon to be released Palmer line (http://www.palmercanning.com/product...filler-seamer/) and the Codi45. I really like the idea of counter pressure and ability to run full caustic and steam on these lines due to the beverages I will be bouncing between.

    Any experience with the seamers, customer support, etc?


    Any and all input would be greatly appreciated.

    40 CPM, is not that fast......
    I would think a mobile operation would for sure need more.
    Warren Turner
    Industrial Engineering Technician
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    Moab Brewery
    " No Cell Phone Zone."

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    Palmer Canning Systems

    Hello jd21,

    Happy to hear you are interested in our equipment!
    We have plenty of satisfied customers who have testimonials on our site willing to back up our equipment and especially our service which I believe goes unmatched in this industry.
    As for our CraftInLine system we will be debuting it at this years CBC if you are attending please stop by our booth #314
    We are using our already proven counter pressure, purge to atmosphere technology and putting that into our newest inline design.
    I hope this helps and please feel free to reach out to us with any questions!

    http://www.palmercanning.com/contact/

    Cheers!
    Palmer Canning Systems
    mike@palmercanning.com
    www.palmercanning.com
    773-394-4913

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    Quote Originally Posted by Starcat View Post
    40 CPM, is not that fast......
    I would think a mobile operation would for sure need more.
    I would agree that 40 CPM is not that fast, but I would think those needing to run more than that would see a wise investment in purchasing an in house line. As a mobile caning operation you will be most likely to run at 15bbl sized (brewhouse) operations or less. The mobile operators I have seen will generally opt for multiple lines over one single higher speed line for flexibility. You can get up to 800 cases a day (normal 8 hours) at 40 CPM, that is almost 60bbl. If you need more than that in a single day, you should probably purchase your own line and supplies. Also, 40 CPM is about the price shelf for the cheaper lines, you jump up pretty big from there.

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