[ UK /tˈɪnple‍ɪt/ ]
  1. a thin sheet of metal (iron or steel) coated with tin to prevent rusting; used especially for cans, pots, and tins
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How To Use tinplate In A Sentence

  • She was bound from Swansea for St John, New Brunswick, Canada, with a general cargo, including 1300 tons of tinplate and, oddly enough, Christmas puddings and bicycles.
  • We expect higher raw material cost to continue in the near-term, driven by the lag effect of higher oil prices from earlier periods, as well as recent increases in other input cost such as tinplate and some other chemicals. Pfblogs.org: The Ad-Free Personal Finance Blogs Aggregator
  • We are using the electrolytic tinplate for our 3 piece cans; we have our own coating line but we export our tinplates from either Japan or Taiwan.
  • Still, by the later years of the 19th century the workshops of Nuremberg were turning out thousands of tinplate warships for the British middle-classes. First toys, then models and now works of art
  • By its design, the traditional failure mode in tinplated connections, fretting corrosion, is prevented.
  • Scotland, however, wasn't over-specialized - like South Wales, for example, which concentrated on tinplate and coal.
  • The part of the sole in front of the rabbet mouth was neatly clad with tinplate.
  • Around the edge of each mask, a strengthening strip of scrap tinplate was fixed by careful hammering.
  • Nominal coating thickness for equally coated tinplate range from 0.38 to 1.54 m on each surface.
  • We are interesting to find manufacturers of tin, tinplated & lacquered screw caps for food use with or without a hole cut.
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