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Metal pails are larger capacity containers made of sheet metal. Its specifications include small open head pails, middle open head barrels, carrying barrels, special-shaped top barrels, full-opening conical steel barrels, full-opening barrels, straight-opening barrels, opening necked steel barrels, and so on. It has a very wide range of applications, involving many industries such as food, beverage, chemical, aerosol and other content packaging. In order to meet the needs of these packagings, metal drums have various properties suitable for them, among which the sealing properties are common and very important. Compared with other packaging materials, metal materials are denser, stronger, easier to form and process, and metal drums have better sealing performance, which can be suitable for long-term storage of food and items that meet high requirements such as leak-proof, anti-corrosion, and pressure resistance. , because the application field of metal barrels is very wide and has an irreplaceable status.
The closed-mouth square pail is mostly made of polyethylene, polypropylene, polyester and other plastics by blow molding, injection molding,A steel can, tin can, steel packaging, or can is a container for the distribution or storage of goods, made of thin metal. Many cans require opening by cutting the "end" open; others have removable covers. They can store a broad variety of contents: food, beverages, oil, chemicals, etc. Steel cans are made of tinplate (tin-coated steel) or of tin-free steel. In some dialects, even aluminium cans are called "tin cans". Most cans are right circular cylinders with identical and parallel round tops and bottoms with vertical sides. However, cans for small volumes or particularly-shaped contents, the top and bottom may be rounded-corner rectangles or ovals. Other contents may suit a can that is somewhat conical in shape. Fabrication of most cans results in at least one rim—a narrow ring slightly larger than the outside diameter of the rest of the can. The flat surfaces of rimmed cans are recessed from the edge of any rim (toward the middle of the can) by about the width of the rim; the inside diameter of a rim, adjacent to this recessed surface, is slightly smaller than the inside diameter of the rest of the can.
The round can includes three bucket accessories, a base, a round can body and a cover which are arranged in sequence from bottom lunch meat. The can opener follows the can opener, or imitation cans technology. There are cans in various shapes: two common ones are the "soup tin" and the "tuna tin". Walls are often stiffened with rib bulges, especially on larger cans, to help the can resist dents