tinplate


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Noun1.tinplate - a thin sheet of metal (iron or steel) coated with tin to prevent rustingtinplate - a thin sheet of metal (iron or steel) coated with tin to prevent rusting; used especially for cans, pots, and tins
sheet metal - sheet of metal formed into a thin plate
tin - a vessel (box, can, pan, etc.) made of tinplate and used mainly in baking
tinware - articles of commerce made of tin plate
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tinplate

[ˈtɪnˌpleɪt] nlatta
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The iron roofs, the flags of the roads, the flints of the pavements, the wheels and leather, the brass and the tinplate of the carriages--all glistened brightly in the May sunshine.
HUNDREDS of jobs could be created in the coming years at the former Felindre tinplate plant works after plans were unveiled to market the site as a business park.
bakery and dishwashing facilities built on site are steel frames with tinsmith / wool / tinplate elements and a roof profile.
The result was a mind-boggling array of tins as manufacturers tried to outwit each other for the most ingenious adaptation of lithographed tinplate, making the brightly coloured tins novel, diverse and fun to the point at which their contents were almost secondary.
The first tins manufactured to hold biscuits followed the English 18th century tradition of manufacturing tinplate steel household wares, centred in Wales and Gloucestershire.
Latest reports for the latter half of 2017 suggest tin usage in chemicals and tinplate in China has been stronger than the 1.
Based in Baltimore, Ball's speciality tin plant manufactures a diverse range of speciality and custom tinplate cans for different applications, employing about 50 people.
The residents of Khirbet Tana, who make their living from agriculture and goats' raising, live in tents and tinplate houses, he said.
Masudaya's Planet Explorer, one of their tinplate batteryoperated spaceships has a non-fall action courtesy of a metal rocker in the base that detects edges and alters the direction of travel.
Find out why women working in the Welsh tinplate industry used swords to go about their working day.
The volume of production of tinplate and sheet tinned steel amounted to 59 thousand tons (14.
Furthermore, the tinplate can is 100 per cent recyclable and does not need any lubricants.