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1.Structure of Electrolytic Tinplate of Prime Quality for Chemical Cans Use 0.335mm 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 Cans Use 0.335mm Thickness
Electrolytic Tinplate undoubtedly enjoys the pride of place as a packaging medium especially for food. It owes its unique position to its "nine layer sandwich structure", each of which contributes to its eminence as a packing material. The steel base of electrolytic tinplate provides the necessary strength and formability for can fabrication. The tin-iron alloy layer provides the bond between the steel and free tin layer. The free tin layer is not only responsible for the attractive bright finish and ease of solderability but is also non-toxic- a factor of vital importance in food packaging!
Tinplate is also widely used for making all types of containers such as food cans, beverage cans, and artistic cans, tea cans, painting cans, chemical package cans and dry food package cans, metal printing etc. Its applications are not limited to containers; recently, electrolytic tinplate has also been used for making electrical machinery parts and many other products.
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4.Electrolytic Tinplate of Prime Quality for Chemical Cans Use 0.335mm Thickness Specification
Standard: ISO 11949 -1995
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 Cans Use 0.335mm 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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