A thin layer of tin is applied to the surface of the containers by electrolysis which combines the strength of iron and resistance to corrosion, allowing the creation of flexible and highly performing containers.
The high perceived value of tin packaging allows, with a competitive cost compared to other materials, to work on the marketing component of the packaged item, an example is the use that companies operating in various product sectors make of it.
The tinplate container can be recycled an infinite number of times, without losing any peculiar characteristics. Furthermore, the low CO2 emissions compared to other materials places tinplate in first place in Europe for recycling rate.
Airtight containers are the ideal solution as packaging for solid products and dry foods. The feature that distinguishes them from other items is the polypropylene or polystyrene lid that completely protects the product from dust and bacteria.