The Gosling canning system gives beverage producers the ability to package products on a smaller scale than traditional automatic canning systems while offering better protection against dissolved oxygen compared to manual fill-and-seal appliances.
At speeds up to 12 cans per minute (720 cans per hour) based on 12-ounce standard aluminum cans, the Gosling incorporates Wild Goose’s patented seaming and filling technology to deliver the same consistency as higher speed Wild Goose canning systems. In addition to other dissolved oxygen prevention measures, Gosling 2.0 includes a new CO2 Saver Mode, regulating carbon dioxide gas used to mitigate beverage-spoiling oxygen in various stages throughout the filling process.
With Gosling 2.0, Wild Goose has made its QuickChangeTM filling configuration the new standard, accommodating standard and sleek body cans of various heights with simple changeover. The addition of a universal can entrance, integrated can pre-rinser and upgraded GooseNeckTM infeed simplify the can loading process for a single operator.
New automation features including cleaning, seam testing, customizable alerts and a variety of can packaging modes make Gosling 2.0 a user-friendly canning system for operators of all experience levels. A consolidated machine “plug-and-play” panel offers ready-to-connect ports for machine services that make startup intuitive. Sporting an enhanced stainless-steel safety enclosure and ergonomic access points, the updated Gosling exterior supports long-term operation in any production space.
With decades of experience in brewing, canning and bottling craft beverages, Wild Goose Filling designs filling systems for beer, cider, wine, cocktails, seltzer, kombucha, cannabis, spirits and other ready-to-drink beverages. Wild Goose pioneered the first craft canning and bottling systems on the market, innovating patented technology that maintains the highest quality levels for packaged beverages. Expertise in engineering and a focus on craft beverages sets Wild Goose equipment apart from other systems on the market. Wild Goose engineers and manufactures equipment from headquarters in Louisville, Colorado and operates offices in Europe along with a network of global partners. Wild Goose has installed thousands of canning and bottling systems worldwide.