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1.Structure of Electrolytic Tinplate of Prime Quality for Chemical Use 0.32mm Thickness Description
Electrolytic Tinplate, is one thin steel sheet with a coating of tin applied by electrolytic deposition. Tinplate made by this process is essentially a sandwich in which the central core is strip steel. This core is cleaned in a pickling solution and then fed through tanks containing electrolyte, where tin is deposited on both sides. As the strip passes between high-frequency electric induction coils, it is heated so that the tin coating melts and flows to form a lustrous coat.
2.Main Features of the Electrolytic Tinplate of Prime Quality for Chemical Use 0.32mm Thickness
The salient feature of DR Tinplate is the combination of higher strength and sufficient ductility, which enables much thinner Tinplate to be used, compared to Single Reduced Tinplate resulting in Substantial economic savings.
According to the steel chemistry and annealing process, the second reduction (DR08) can be between 27% to 40%, thereby producing strengths upto 550 +/-50 N/mm2, whereas single reduced material has strength less than 450 N/mm2 &DR 09 (Hard DR) is produced at temper mill with reduction % in range of 27-35 % & will strength upto 690 N/mm2 to the produced material.
Tinning is the process of thinly coating sheets of wrought iron or steel with tin, and the resulting product is known as tinplate. It is most often used to prevent rust.
While once more widely used, the primary use of tinplate now is the manufacture of tin cans. Formerly, tinplate was used for cheap pots, pans and other holloware.
3.Electrolytic Tinplate of Prime Quality for Chemical Use 0.32mm Thickness Images
4.Electrolytic Tinplate of Prime Quality for Chemical Use 0.32mm Thickness Specification
Standard: ISO 11949 -1995, GB/T2520-2000,JIS G3303,ASTM A623, BS EN 10202
Width: 600mm -1150mm
Annealing: BA & CA
Coil Inner Diameter: 508mm
Weight: 6-10 tons/coil 1~1.7 tons/sheets bundle
5.FAQ of Electrolytic Tinplate of Prime Quality for Chemical Use 0.32mm Thickness
- How are the tinplates specified?
The tinplates are specified as per the steel base, extent of tempering, the coating weight, annealing method and the surface finish.
- How many types there are for base steels?
The base steels are of three types: Type MR, L, D
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