Plain Tin Plate Cans
Wolf offers a complete line of plain tin plate cans in sizes from ¼ pint through gallon. All are produced in manufacturing locations around the U.S. Our technical and engineering resources are available to help you choose the right container specification for your product whether it is a lined or plain can. We offer the most extensive lithography capability to provide attention-getting appearance for your product.
Paint Can Sizes Available:
1/4 Pint, 1/2 Pint, Pint, Quart, Gallon.
Lined cans consist of open top, cone top, flat top, F-Style, and many other finishes. The various styles of cans have a number of options that allow you to tailor make the container that meets you needs.
- Open Top – Available in 1/4 pint up to Quart sizes. They can be specified to include steel and aluminum easy open ends in either a full panel tear or partial tear configuration.
- F-Style Cans – Available in pint, quart, and gallon sizes. These cans are offered with various opening styles that will vary by application. Flange options differ by size as well (DIN, Stull, REL, etc…).
- Aeropour – These can utilize an aerosol style top with a 24mm REL opening and a aerosol style bottom. They are available in pint, 10 ounce and 24 ounce sizes.
- Cone Top Cans – These cans utilize the drawn cone style top with a 1 inch delta threaded nozzle. They are available in 1/2 pint, 12 ounce, pint and quart sizes.
- Accupor Cans – This can style allows for superior pouring and use the 1-1/8 inch beta threaded nozzle on a drawn cone style top. They are also available in the ½ pint, 12 ounce, pint and quart sizes.
- E-Z Spout™ Cans – These unique cans use a 32mm REL opening that takes advantage of a wide variety of plastic closures that include nozzle and flexible styles. They have the advantage of offering a superior package with regard to warehousing. Each style of plastic closure allows you to change the type of can but maintain only one can inventory. The wider opening allows for faster filling and easier closure application by merely pressing in the closure instead of rotating the metal cap on the metal nozzle.