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    Morebeer can filler

    Hey everyone, our nano is looking to upgrade our non counter pressure filler to this:
    https://www.morebeer.com/products/xp...ge-filler.html

    Wondering if anyone has had any experience with it, if they like it or not, if its output is as advertised (around 360 cans/hour), etc. Thanks in advance

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    Quote Originally Posted by wlw33 View Post
    Hey everyone, our nano is looking to upgrade our non counter pressure filler to this:
    https://www.morebeer.com/products/xp...ge-filler.html

    Wondering if anyone has had any experience with it, if they like it or not, if its output is as advertised (around 360 cans/hour), etc. Thanks in advance

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    There's at least one bit of feedback on this thread I started:

    https://discussions.probrewer.com/sh...pubs-2019-2020

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    Thanks for the reply. The search function for these forums doesn't seem to be very useful. I also posted on Reddit and found mostly positive feedback on this specific machine, but I did see the reply regarding oxidation. I too have heard that CP fillers have increased risk of oxidation.

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    I chatted with a couple of other brewers at a tasting yesterday who are using crowler machines and saying they are not sensing any staling after 8 to 12 weeks and they are doing nothing more than sanitizing, whiffing with CO2, and capping on foam. Seems to suggest that open fill, if done correctly, isn't a bad thing. There's an open fill option from the same company you posted and there's the Dani Can Filler from Switzerland. They have some great videos on that one.

    I wish I were more of a school-trained engineer, an open or counter pressure small-scale filler likely has about $500-$1000 in parts in them. It's all in knowing how to make them work and calibrate to the fill levels you need is the trick.

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