Canlids’ empty sardine cans are made of tinplate, a metal that has great advantages for preserving food. And our empty cans are available in different sizes to suit the needs of various customers. In this article, we’ll discuss how to seal empty sardine cans, as well as tinplate cans from Canlids.
Canlids empty sardine cans made of tinplate
The advantages of tinplate packaging materials are good sealing, gas barrier, moisture resistance, shading, taste retention, and reliable sealing, which can protect the product to the greatest extent. At the same time, the tinplate box has strong anti-compression and anti-fall performance, which can better protect the food from being easily deformed due to bumping, extrusion, and other factors during transportation. The iron box has many advantages such as energy saving and environmental protection, recyclability, good shading and sealing, good moisture and insect resistance, etc.
How to Seal an Empty Sardine Can
The process of sealing canned sardines is very safe. Here are the steps for sealing:
- First, the tinplate needs to be checked, and if it meets the specifications, it is cut.
- Punch it to form a round lid.
- Seal it with sealant.
- Canned sardines can be put into storage after electroplating and packaging.
If you have a sardine packaging project, you might consider using Canlids’ empty sardine cans as your base. Not only do they look great, but they seal well and hold your food well. So don’t miss this choice!