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" ... should be kept twelve months immersed in water. It will be perceived that all these processes are nothing more than preparatory measures, for the operation which is to succeed, viz. that of TINNING. For this purpose, an iron pot is nearly filled with... "
The Boston Journal of Philosophy and the Arts - 247 페이지
1825
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Memoirs and Proceedings - Manchester Literary and Philosophical Society

Manchester Literary and Philosophical Society - 1819
...immersed in water. It will be perceived that all these processes On the Manufacture of Tin-plate. 359 are nothing more than preparatory measures for the...block tin, is prepared either from the mineral called tin-stone, or the one known in Cornwall by the name of tin-pyrites, whilst the article called grain...
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Memoirs of the Literary and Philosophical Society of Manchester

1819
...TINNING. For this purpose an iron pot is nearly filled with a mixture of block and grain tin, in v melted state ; and a quantity of tallow or grease,...may not be acquainted with the difference between Hock and grain tin, it may be remarked, before we proceed, that the metal known in commerce by the...
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The Quarterly Journal, 8권

1820
...it has been found that after these operations, they will acquire no rust, although they should b§ kept twelve months immersed in water. It will be perceived...block tin, is prepared either from the mineral called tin-stone, or the one known in Cornwall by the name of tin-pyrites, whilst the article VOL. VIII. L...
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The Repertory of Patent Inventions, and Other Discoveries and Improvements ...

1820
...this purpose an iron pot is nearly filled with a mixture of block and grain tin, in a melted stale ; and a quantity of tallow or grease, sufficient, when...block tin, is prepared either from the mineral called tin-stone, or the one known in , " -• - Cornwall Cornwall by the name of tin-pyrites, whilst the...
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Annals of Philosophy, Or, Magazine of Chemistry, Mineralogy, Mechanics ..., 15권

1820
...j for it lias been found that they will not rust in pure water though kept in it for a twelvemonth. An iron pot is nearly filled with a mixture of block...metal to the thickness of four inches is put to it. The tin is kept as hot as it can be without inflaming the tallow on its surface. Another pot fixed...
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The Annals of Philosophy, 15권

Thomas Thomson, Richard Phillips, Edward William Brayley - 1820
...tinning; for it has been found that they will not rust in pure water though kept in it for a twelvemonth. An iron pot is nearly filled with a mixture of block...metal to the thickness of four inches is put to it. The tin is kept as hot as it can be without inflaming the tallow on its surface. Another pot fixed...
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Universal Science Or the Cabinet of Nature and Art, Comprising Above One ..., 2권

Alexander Jamleson - 1821
...operation of tinning. For this purpose an iron pot is nearly filled with a mixture of equal quantities of block and grain tin, in a melted state; and a quantity...fluid metal to the thickness of four inches, is put into it. When the tin-pot has been charged, the metal is heated from a fire-place underneath, and by...
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Journal of the Franklin Institute

1828
...oxidated — for it has been found that after these eperations, they will acquire no rust, although they should be kept twelve months immersed in water. It...block tin, is prepared either from the mineral called tin-stone, or the one known in Cornwall by the name of tin-pyrites; whilst the article called grain-tin...
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A Treatise on the Progressive Improvement and Present State of the ..., 3권

John Holland - 1834
...bath. This tin pot is nearly filled with a mixture of block and grain-tin, in about equal proportions, and a quantity of tallow or grease, sufficient, when...metal to the thickness of four inches, is put to it. The use of the grease is to preserve the tin from the action of the atmosphere, and, consequently,...
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An Encyclopæaedia of Domestic Economy: Comprising Such Subjects as are ..., 1권

Thomas Webster - 1845 - 1238 페이지
...quite ready to be tinned. In order to coat them with tin, an iron pot is nearly filled with this metal in a melted state, and a quantity of tallow or grease, sufficient, when melted, to cover the fluid tin to the thickness of two inches, is put into it. Into this pot the sheets of bright iron are plunged,...
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