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Silver Tin Coated Copper Sheet

490.00 - 510.00 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 100 Kilograms/Kilograms



Plate Copper Tinned Sheet

600 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 1 Kilograms/Kilograms



Tin Plate Sheets By Crackoffers

MOQ - 2000 Kilograms/Kilograms



Plain Tin Sheets Application: Construction

95 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 100 Kilograms/Kilograms



Aluminum Alloy Old Tin Old Corrugated Sheet

100.00 - 150.00 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 20 Kilograms/Kilograms


What are tin sheets called?

A tin sheet is also called a tinplate. Tinplate is an anti-rust material made of steel sheets coated on one side with a thin coating of tin. Wrought iron was used as the backing metal until the introduction of less expensive milled steel.

Tin was first mined in Western Asia, the British Isles, and Europe around 3000 B.C. During the Bronze Age, tin was used extensively in the region as an integral component of bronze production.

Tinplate refers to a thin sheet of steel that has been coated with tin. It's not only resistant to corrosion but also solderable and easily welded, and it has a stunning metallic sheen to boot.

Cans of all shapes and sizes, from food to beverages to paint, are made from tinplate. Although traditionally used for storage, tinplate has found new uses in recent years as a material for use in the production of components for electrical machinery as well as a wide variety of other items. 

Uses & Benefits of tin sheets


1. Unique Splashbacks

Tin's corrosion resistance, water resistance, and easy cleaning make it a popular alternative to tile or satin paint for kitchen backsplashes that need to stand out and be durable over time.

2. Unique Counting Systems

For their corrosion resistance and durability, tin sheets are a great material for custom countertops in kitchens, bathrooms, and even break rooms and dining areas in industrial settings.

3. Manufacturing of Jewelry

Tin is a common metal used in the jewelry industry to make one-of-a-kind charms and pendants. Tin is popular because it can be easily stamped with elaborate designs and cut into a wide variety of shapes, including circles, stars, and diamonds. You can make your unique jewelry by stringing these pendants and trinkets onto chains, earring backs, or bracelets.

4. Made-to-Order Walls and Ceilings

Tin sheets are used to create one-of-a-kind wall and ceiling coverings. Tinplate, like other types of sheet metal, can vary in composition, allowing for a wider range of color options. Grays and silvers, reds and coppers, and golds are also frequently seen.

5. Industries Where Tin Plate Is Used

Aerospace, construction, interior design, electronics, jewelry, and telecommunications are just some of the many fields that put tin sheets to good use.

Depending on the properties desired, tin sheets may also contain lead, copper, nickel, or zinc.

Tin's corrosion resistance, variety of hues and finishes, and low price relative to other metals like gold, silver, copper, and platinum make it a popular choice in these fields.


1. Performance

High-quality tin sheets are commonly used as gamma shielding. Its widespread adoption can be attributed to the material's extreme longevity. This material's use in the nuclear industry means it is resilient against the extreme conditions and chemicals encountered in that field.

2. Versatility

Tin metal sheets can usually be cut to almost any size. In this way, several potential layouts can be considered right away. There is no limit to the architectural possibilities presented by tin sheets. Installation is quicker and easier than ever before thanks to the lightweight and streamlined design of this high-performance metal. This metal can be bent smoothly and easily.

3. Efficiency

Tin sheets are frequently used for gamma radiation because they are extremely resilient and adaptable to a wide variety of conditions. Pure tin sheets have a natural corrosion resistance, so they can be left unprotected even in harsh environments. Tin sheets are also a fairly decent price, trying to make them cheap over the lifecycle of construction.

4. Formability 

Tin sheets have a high degree of malleability, making them one of the most convenient metals to work with. The fact that it is supplied in predetermined sheets from the factory means that it can be rolled, pressed, anodized, and bent into practically any form necessary for the job. Their ability to hold their shape once formed is unparalleled. This has potential benefits as well as drawbacks. If the tin sheet is established into the wrong color, it will often appear messed up if you bend it into another.

Types of tin sheets

1. Stainless Steel

This tin sheet metal is great for applications that will be often exposed to water. Due to the presence of chromium, corrosion induced by salty or moist air is greatly diminished. Any product or structure, from the kitchen, and sinks to office buildings, may benefit from the durability and longevity of components built from stainless steel tin sheet fabrication.

2. Alloy Steel

Alloy tin, as the name implies, combines various elements to provide a versatile range of characteristics. Carbon steel is the primary element in this material's composition. Tungsten, chromium, and manganese are often added for rigidity, while vanadium and nickel are frequently added for strength. Alloy steel's affordability and adaptability make it a popular material choice.

3. Carbon Steel

This sheet metal material's composition of iron and carbon alloy gives it exceptional strength. A producer can select steel with low, medium, or high carbon content depending on the requirements of the finished product. Fences and gates, among other commonplace items, are made from this low-carbon material that has a wide range of possible applications. Automobiles and home items are frequently made from medium carbon steel. A product with a higher carbon content is somewhat more brittle, making it suitable for use in wiring and other sensitive applications.

4. Aluminum 

Aluminum is a great lightweight material choice for uses like these. When it comes to corrosion resistance, this tin sheet metal is second to none, even when uncoated. Aluminum tin is durable and may be machined, welded, and sliced with a laser.

5. Galvanized Steel

There are two types of galvanized tin sheets on the market today: electro-galvanized and hot-dipped metallic-coated. The former utilizes cold-rolled annealed steel in its construction. The latter is made out of cold-rolled which are covered with hard-steel plates along with a combination of an iron-zinc and pure zinc alloy. Galvanized steel like this is more resistant to corrosion and costs less than electro-galvanized sheets.

Things to Consider Before Buying a tin sheets

1. Get TIS-approved metal sheets.

Each metal tin sheet carries the TIS, or Industrial Standards mark, proving that it has been certified as meeting said standards. Homeowners must know how to recognize the mark before making a purchase, as a metal sheet without the TIS mark increases the likelihood of a weak, easily damaged roof or wall.

The TIS stamp guarantees that the thickness of each metal sheet conforms precisely to the information provided in the specification. They are also put through a battery of impact and paint adhesion tests to make sure they're up to snuff and won't chip, peel, or scratch easily.

2. Are pre-painted tin sheets an improvement over their unpainted counterparts?

Pre-painted metal tin sheets have excellent rust/corrosion resistance and paint adhesion because they are aluminum-zinc coated, have a surface modifier applied, and then are coated with high-quality paint. Pre-painted tin sheets are available in a wide variety of vibrant colors and can be used in creative home decor applications. They outlast unpainted metal tin sheets and are much harder and more resilient.

3. Matching the color of the roof to the architectural style of the home

Tin sheets come in several different thicknesses and can have several different finishes, including heat-reflective, natural pattern, and pearlescent. They are also available in a broad variety of colors, from the standard to the rare; this leaves many customers perplexed and unable to make a final decision. Let's take a quick look at some samples of contrasting and coordinating roof colors and home exteriors.

4. The Use and Thickness of Tin Sheets

There is a wide range of gauge sizes available for tin sheets, and each one is suited to a certain set of tasks. Additionally, a tin sheet's strength and soundproofing qualities improve with increasing thickness. The design, structural load, and building strength are all directly impacted by the sheet thickness. If you want to finish your building project on time and save money on things like upkeep, you need to make sure you pick the optimum tin sheet thickness for your project and the structure of your home. What follows are some instances where the following thicknesses would be appropriate:
  • Thicknesses between 0.23 and 0.28 millimeters are ideal for short-term roofing applications.
  • Thinner roofing and walling projects (purlin spacing no more than 1.2 meters) are ideal for this thickness range, including houses, additions, garages, and awnings.
  • Medium thickness roofing and general walling projects, such as those found in small or medium-sized companies, benefit from a thickness of 0.35 to 0.40 mm.
  • Roofing projects with a thickness between 0.40 and 0.47 mm, such as moderately sized manufacturing facilities or office buildings, benefit the most from this range.

FAQs Related to Tin Sheet

Which is the cheapest roofing sheet?

Corrugated metal roof sheets are long-lasting but more expensive than other options, whereas metal roofing sheets are the least priced. Roofing sheets made of plastic or polycarbonate are both lightweight and suitable for outdoor usage due to their transparency and durability.

Which sheet is good for roofing?

Clear polycarbonate roofing and foam-backed polycarbonate roofing are the most popular applications for polycarbonate sheets.

How wide is a standard sheet of tin?

26-inch and 36-inch widths are the most typical. The 24-inch and 39-inch widths are also common.