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1.Structure of Prime Quality Tinplate and Tin Free Steel for Cans 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 only in coils of up to 12 metric tons.
2.Main Features of the Prime Quality Tinplate and Tin Free Steel for Cans
Formability and strength – Tinplates have got very good formability and strength. By selecting a proper temper grade, appropriate formability is obtained for different applications as well as the required strength after forming.
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.
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4.Prime Quality Tinplate and Tin Free Steel for Cans 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 Tinplate and Tin Free Steel for Cans
- What is tinning and how does it work?
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.
- Do you only have prime quality tinplate?
We can supply both prime and second quality tinplate.
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