Why choose tins for beverage and chemical?
Tinplate cans can be used to fill juice, coffee, tea and sports drinks, and can also be filled with beverages such as cola, soda, and beer. The high degree of workability of tinplate cans makes the can types vary widely, whether tall, short, large, small, square, or round, which can meet the diversified needs and consumer preferences of today’s beverage packaging.
Light can trigger and accelerate the oxidation reaction of oils, reduce the nutritional value, and may also produce harmful substances. What is more serious is the destruction of oily vitamins, especially vitamin D and vitamin A. The oxygen in the air promotes the oxidation of food oils, reduces protein biomass, and destroys vitamins. The opacity of tinplate and the insulating effect of air-sealing are the best choice for packaging oily foods.
The tinplate is strong, protective, non-deformable, shock-resistant, and fire-resistant. It is the best packaging material for chemicals.