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Metal Tins Custom Tin Packaging Crafted By Experts

By |2019-09-04T09:20:43+02:00March 4th, 2019|

Metal Tins Metal Tins for packaging your product, promoting your brand and increasing sales. Carefully crafted by our experts with over 2 decades worth of experience, rest assured that your Customised Metal Tin Container will do exactly what you require it to. Any size, Any shape, Any design. We've already covered the topic of why you should use Tin Packaging, in a separate article... Now, all we want to do is to show off our awesome work. Enjoy our video! Contact Us [...]

Metal Pull Ring Lids for Tin Cans Closures for Food Cans

By |2019-02-26T13:53:59+02:00February 26th, 2019|

Metal Pull Ring Lids for Tin Cans Metal Easy Open Tin Can Closures Our easy open ends are made of tinplate and are available for packing foods such as tuna fish, tomato paste, fruits, vegetables, juices, curry, meat, mushrooms, nuts, milk powder, coffee, vegetable oils, motor oils and almost all other types of food and non-food products. These easy open lids are made as 'full aperture openings' only. Our ends are suitable for pasteurization, sterilization and retorting. Outside of the EOE can [...]

Socks in a Can Manufactured for Happy Socks by Can It

By |2019-02-26T12:15:59+02:00February 26th, 2019|

Gift Boxes South Africa Canned Corporate Gifts, Metal Gift Tins & Tin Packaging Socks in a Can - South Africa's leading manufacturer and supplier of canned corporate products and corporate gifts. Intrigue, Impress & Delight with Can It. Filled with your chosen contents (custom branded corporate gifts, promotional items, jelly beans, food, branded t-shirts, or anything else you want) and sealed with your chosen metal closure. Then, to top it off - a custom branded label wrapped around displaying your logo, texts, [...]

How are cans sealed? We'd love to explain the Canning Process to you

By |2019-02-25T10:49:59+02:00February 22nd, 2019|

How are Cans sealed? What is a Can Seamer? A can seamer is a machine used to seal the lid to the can body. The lid or "end" is usually tinplated steel while the body can be of metal (such as cans for beverages and soups), paperboard (whisky cans) or plastic. The seam formed is generally leak-proof, but this depends on the product being canned. The seam is made by mechanically overlapping the two layers to form a hook. Different parameters [...]