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1.Structure of Prime Quality Electrolytic Tinplate and TFS for Metal Containers Description
Also known as chromed steel, tin-free steel (TFS) is obtained by coating the metal base (low-carbon steel) with an ultra-thin layer of metallic chrome and then with a chromium oxide layer.
The product complies with ASTM A-657 Specification and is manufactured with low current density (TFS-III) and is supplied in coils （up to 12 metric tons）or sheets.
2.Main Features of the Prime Quality Electrolytic Tinplate and TFS for Metal Containers
Corrosion resistance – Tinplate has got good corrosion resistance. By selecting a proper coating weight, appropriate corrosion resistance is obtained against container contents. Coated items should meet 24 hour 5 % salt spray requirement.
Solderability and weldability – Tinplates can be joined both by soldering or welding. These properties of tinplate are used for making various types of cans.
Hygienic – Tin coating provides good and non toxic barrier properties to protect food products from impurities, bacteria, moisture, light and odours.
Safe – Tinplate being low weight and high strength makes food cans easy to ship and transport.
Eco friendly – Tinplate offers 100 % recyclability.
Tin is not good for low temperature applications since it changes structure and loses adhesion when exposed to temperatures below – 40 deg C.
3.Prime Quality Electrolytic Tinplate and TFS for Metal Containers Images
4.Prime Quality Electrolytic Tinplate and TFS for Metal Containers Specification
Specification of :
Standard: ISO 11949 -1995, GB/T2520-2000,JIS G3303,ASTM A623, BS EN 10202
Thickness：0.15mm - 0.50mm
Width: 600mm -1150mm
Annealing: BA & CA
Coil Inner Diameter: 508mm
Weight: 6-10 tons/coil 1~1.7 tons/sheets bundle
5.FAQ of Prime Quality Electrolytic Tinplate and TFS for Metal Containers
- 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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