Canapa announced this month that its innovative 8-channel JuanaRoll pre-roll machine produces up to 4,000 joints per hour, an industry-high in the field. Available in 4, 6 and 8-channel configurations, the JuanaRoll has been installed in many facilities where licensed producers (LPs) have invested in automation to significantly reduce manual labor.
Featuring an easy-to-load cone magazine, integrated PreCheQ™ check weigher and stations for compacting, tamping and twisting, this high performance machine also includes no cone-no fill detection, cone open camera vision system and free online support as standard features.This automated pre-roll solution is perfect for LPs who are expending valuable time and resources using a manual process. As non-automated processes can require up 18 workers to load, weigh, compact, twist and trim pre-rolls in order to produce 50,000 pre-rolls per week, with annual labor costs approaching $1M. The JuanaRoll can be operated with just two employees and can produce 50,000 pre-rolls in just two and a half days with an annual labor cost less than 10% that of a manual process.
The JuanaRoll pre-roll machine is built using 304 stainless steel, making it easy to clean, and its user-friendly HMI allows unlimited recipe setup and easy control over compaction and twisting. Real-time production reporting can be displayed at the touch of a button and data is easily exported to USB or email. Additional options include an automatic trimmer, second compaction station and cone changeover kit.
To learn more about the JuanaRoll pre-roll machine and watch customer videos, visit www.juanaroll.com.
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Canapa is a global leader in the design, manufacture and integration automated cannabis packaging machines for the legal cannabis and hemp industries. From weighing, pre roll filling, jar and pouch filling, bagging and wrapping to conveying, cartoning, case packing and palletizing, Canapa packaging solutions can be tailored to meet specific production, space and budgetary needs.