Tin (disambiguation)

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Tin is a metallic chemical element with symbol Sn and atomic number 50.


Tin, Tinh or Tins may also refer to:

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<span class="mw-page-title-main">Steel and tin cans</span> Sealed container for storage of foods

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<span class="mw-page-title-main">Tin box</span>

A tin box is a tinplate container. Tinplate metal is primarily steel with a very thin tin coating. Tin-free steel is also used. In some cultures, these boxes or cans are referred to as "tin boxes" or sometimes even "tins". Many “tin boxes” have hinged or removable lids or covers. Some people collect tin boxes as a hobby.

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Tinplate consists of sheets of steel coated with a thin layer of tin to impede rusting. Before the advent of cheap milled steel, the backing metal was wrought iron. While once more widely used, the primary use of tinplate now is the manufacture of tin cans.

<span class="mw-page-title-main">Tinsmith</span> Person who makes and repairs things made of tin or other light metals

A tinsmith is a person who makes and repairs things made of tin or other light metals. The profession may sometimes also be known as a tinner, tinker, tinman, or tinplate worker; whitesmith may also refer to this profession, though the same word may also refer to an unrelated specialty of iron-smithing. By extension it can also refer to the person who deals in tinware, or tin plate. Tinsmith was a common occupation in pre-industrial times.

<span class="mw-page-title-main">Tinning</span> Covering object with layer of tin

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