Seam training course

Seam training course

Are you looking for greater knowledge of seamers and the seaming process among the employees of your organization? Our seamer training focuses, among other things, on a thorough understanding of the seaming process. Employees learn how to optimize the process to achieve maximum output while maintaining quality standards.

Nowadays, operators are expected not only to know how to operate the seamer, but also to recognize abnormalities. It is essential to know the functions of different parts of the seamer and to name them correctly.

This enables them to make a more effective transfer to technicians in the event of a malfunction, keeping downtime as short as possible. Depending on the responsibilities of the operators, tasks such as performing and approving a seam check can also be added. It is very important that technicians can weigh up critical and non-critical parameters and assess the risks for both the product and the production process.

The technicians are expected to be able to optimally set up a seamer for the different cans and lids and, in the event of a malfunction, to be capable enough to carry out an initial observation.

If the technician’s knowledge is sufficient, he or she should be able to resolve the fault or escalate it to a specialist.

To provide the specialist with good information, it is important that the technician can name the different parts in the seamer correctly and understand their functions.

Depending on the responsibilities of the technician, this may also include carrying out a seam check. It is very important that a technician can distinguish between critical and non-critical parameters and the risks for the product and production process.

Quality employees have a particular interest in knowing how to create a seam and the associated seaming process.

They must be aware of the critical and non-critical parameters and the risks associated with any one of these parameters being out of specification.

Our seam training course consists of a theoretical part that can be supplemented with a practical part.

The practical section includes training on troubleshooting. Employees are trained in identifying and solving problems that may arise during the seaming process. This includes identifying possible causes of defects and taking corrective action.

We can provide these training courses at your location or in our fully equipped training room in Raalte. In our training room we have access to various seaming examples, seaming measurement equipment and several seaming machines, where theory can immediately supplemented with practice.