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tin plate

thin steel sheet coated with a layer of tin that protects the steel from corrosion
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He was employed at the Birmingham Ministry of Works between 1954 and 1956 and at Granville Tin Plate Limited between 1957 and 1960.
to manufacture tin plate to meet growing demand for food and beverage cans.
In this image, a hole in the Sn-plating surface is seen where the tin whisker emerges from the tin plate.
There will also be furniture, jewellery, silver, ceramics and a collection of Hornby tin plate model railway items.
Importers need today's dollar exchange rote to hold and for producers to absorb much of the tin plate and fuel costs increases for prices to be similar to last season.
Simon's concept won him a pounds 7,500 cash award from the RSA - the Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce, and the Worshipful Company of Tin Plate Workers.
Twenty thousand tons of tin plate for making cans, from CAP, head to Japan each year.
Until the end of the month the library is exhibiting scores of Chad Valley games, jigsaws and tin plate toys that made the Harborne-based company a famous name across the globe.
Graham Wright, a student on the computer aided engineering course, has been awarded a Worshipful Company of Tin Plate Workers' Prize.
Rose tin plate clock, pounds 39, Cucina Direct (0870 420 4300)
The award, sponsored by the Worshipful Company of Tin Plate Workers and co-ordinated by Metals Industry Skills and Performance, is intended to enhance the winner's ability to fast-track their career development.