1810: The world's first Steet iron jar was invented and patented by the British.
At that time, a tin-making expert can make 60 empty cans a day. 1900: Invented welding machine.
1847: The United States invented canning machines instead of artificial.
1990: The Canning technology is increased to produce more than 1,000 cans per minute. It's so much history.
Next look. Tinplate early called tin (Tin Plate), the official name should be tinned steel sheet.
Because China's first batch of tin in the middle of the Qing Dynasty from Macau (Macau) imports, Macau at that time transliteration "horse mouth", so the Chinese generally called the horse Mouth iron.