|Place of Origin:
|TINPLATE ANTI RUST
|Minimum Order Quantity:
|Seaworthy Standard with wooden pallet, corner protected. by sheet or coils according customer's requires.
|T5 T4 T3 TH520 TH550 TH580 TH620
|Tinplate Sheet Or Tinplate Coil
|T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, DR8,DR7,DR9
|Thin Plastic Film + Rust-proof Paper+metal Cover+metal Angles+straps+pallet
|MR,SPCC,prime Tinplate / TFS
|1.1/1.1,2.0/2.0,2.2/2.2,2.8/2.8,5.6/5.6, Etc. Or Customerized
|Aerosol Can, Sardines Can, Tuna Can , Vergetabl Can, Fruit Can Paint Can
|600-1200mm Or As Coils
T3 Tin Plated Steel Sheet,
Food Storage Tinplate Sheet,
Anti Rust Tinplate Sheet
TINPLATE for Food Storage packaging metal
Electrolytic ETP is characterized by its beautiful metallic luster. Products with various
kinds of surface roughness are produced by selecting the surface finish of the substrate
|Features of Tinplate Products
|Excellent Formability & Strength
|By selecting a proper temper grade, appropriate formability is obtained for various applications as well as the required strength after forming.
|Excellent Corrosion Resistance
|By selecting a proper coating weight, appropriate corrosion resistance is obtained against container contents.
|Excellent Paintability & Printability
|Printing is beautifully finished using various lacquers and inks.
|Excellent Solderability & Weldability
|TIN PLATE is widely used for making various types of cans by soldering or welding.
|Electrolytic ETP is characterized by its beautiful metallic luster. Products with various kinds of surface roughness are produced by selecting the surface finish of the substrate steel sheet.
Tinplate products are used for making all types of containers such as food cans, beverage
cans and artistic cans, those are necessary to our life and living.
|Applications of Tinplate and TFS
|ETP is primarily used for packaging foodstuffs and beverages, but it is also used in containers for oils, grease, paints, polishes, chemicals and many other products. Aerosol containers and caps and closures are also made from ETP.
|TFS are most frequently used for can tops, screw and lug caps, snap and press-on closures and shallow-drawn food cans.