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Soup with tin cans loaded also need high temperature sterilization?
At present, there are DN400x500, DN600x1000, DN800*1000, DN900*1000 and DN900x1500 in the market, and the small sterilization pot with boilers is heated by steam. If not, heating by electricity can also be done. The phone won't be left. If you need any service from the manufacturer, you can call me from Hi. The key is not to sell, eliminating confusion is the key.
What is the difference between Maguchi Tetsu tinplate and galvanized board
Zinc plating on the surface of thin steel plates and steel strips by continuous hot dip plating prevents corrosion of the surface of thin steel plates and steel strips. Galvanized steel sheet and steel strip are widely used in machinery, light industry, construction, transportation, chemical industry, post and telecommunications and other industries.
Tinplate contributes to the durability of stationery products by providing a protective and corrosion-resistant coating. This helps prevent the stationery products from rusting, bending, or getting damaged due to moisture or other environmental factors. Additionally, tinplate adds strength and rigidity to the products, making them more resistant to wear and tear, thus enhancing their overall durability.
Yes, tinplate can be used for roofing and construction. Tinplate is a thin, durable steel sheet coated with a layer of tin, which provides corrosion resistance and enhances its strength. This makes it suitable for various applications in the construction industry, including roofing, siding, and cladding. Tinplate's ability to withstand harsh weather conditions, its aesthetic appeal, and its cost-effectiveness make it a popular choice for roofing and construction projects.
Yes, tinplate can be embossed or engraved.
Yes, tinplate can be used for packaging industrial products. It is a durable and versatile material that offers excellent protection against corrosion, making it suitable for various industrial applications. Additionally, tinplate is recyclable, making it an environmentally friendly choice for packaging industrial products.
The recommended soldering techniques for tinplate include pre-tinning the surfaces to be soldered, using a low-temperature soldering iron, ensuring proper ventilation, and using flux to promote good solder flow. It is also important to avoid excessive heat, as tinplate can be easily damaged.
Tinplate performs well in high-temperature applications due to its excellent heat resistance and durability. It can withstand elevated temperatures without warping, melting, or releasing harmful substances, making it a reliable choice for various industrial and packaging uses.