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We can distinguish four stages in the process of can making industry: 1. The cutting process 2. Sheets Preparation (varnishing and lithographed) 3. Manufacture of ends (bottoms or lids) 4. Manufacture of body can            ...

The tin is a very low thickness steel coated on both sides with a thin layer of tin that makes it optimal for use in the food industry and other industries aimed at serving households. They are manufactured using iron ore, coal, a very small...

In 1795 the French Directory offered 12,000 francs to anyone who could make possible a new effective system to preserve food. Appert, an obscure Parisian who had worked in different occupations as a candy maker, chef or brewer had a brilliant idea: Why not pack...

It is known that metal containers increase the perceived value of the products that contain, therefore it is very important for the manufacturers of such packaging products choosing more attractive cans. Within the fancy packaging sector this feature is multiplied several times since packaging producers...

One of the big advantages of metal cans is the great possibilities of reusing that they can have with the consecuent ecological benefits. Reusing is part of the ecological strategy called 3R that refers to REUSE, REDUCE AND RECYCLE and it is a philosophy of...

Thanks to the sealing process, tin cans are perfect to protect the contents against light, oxygen intake and other contaminants, thereby preventing the growth of microorganisms therein. The manufacturing process used for packaging food and canned beverages has evolved a lot since at present in...

The Resistance Welding is a method of joining certain metals as indissoluble. These metals are pressed against each other with the help of two electrodes. When electricity flows through these electrodes on the metal generates heat. The metal must have a resistance higher than those...