What is the difference between ordinary tinplate and frosted tin? As we all know, tinplate, also known as tin-plated iron, is a common name for electroplated tin steel sheet, which refers to cold-rolled low-carbon steel sheets or steel strips plated with commercial pure tin on both sides. Tin mainly plays a role in preventing corrosion and rust. It combines the strength and formability of steel with the corrosion resistance, solderability and beautiful appearance of tin into one material, which has the characteristics of corrosion resistance, non-toxicity, high strength and good ductility. Tinplate is an iron sheet plated with a layer of tin on the surface, which is not easy to rust, also known as tin-plated iron.
Frosted iron box is a process of making objects with smooth surface not smooth, so that light irradiates on the surface to form a diffuse reflection. So the frosted iron is to make it opaque, and the leather is frosted so that the surface is not as shiny compared to ordinary leather. Frosted iron is also called silver light iron, which is generally suitable for through-iron printing. A layer of white background, and then color printing is carried out on this layer of white background, so that the printed colors will be more full and bright, so many people choose tinplate as the outer packaging of the product.
To sum up, I believe it is not difficult for everyone to find that frosted iron seems to be better than tinplate material. In fact, the price of frosted iron is indeed a little more expensive than that of ordinary tinplate, but the hardness and elongation of frosted iron are not as good as ordinary tinplate. , so the stretching tank does not need frosted iron material. However, the innovation of the shape of the frosted tin box can play a role in rejuvenating the product, attracting the attention of consumers, and thus promoting the sales of the product. The sand iron box is too saturated with bright colors, and still retains the texture of the iron itself, so the frosted iron box is very satisfying for these people's aesthetics and pursuits.
Frosted iron is also called silver light iron. The surface is sandy, so we call it frosted iron. Frosted iron is much more expensive than tinplate. It is generally used for unprinted iron box packaging. This gives the grainy texture of frosted iron. But if it is spot color printing, you can consider tinplate, and if it is white ink four-color printing, you can choose frosted iron. The frosted iron that comes out like that looks good. Therefore, when customers customize tinplate boxes, they should clearly explain the printing method and what effect they need, such as four-color or spot color, bright or matte, and when using tinplate material, it should be ordinary The tinplate material is still frosted iron and so on.