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What tin has to do with food


In the past, tin was used in the field of tableware production. Today it is used, among other things, for tinning canned food.

Old tin cups, for example, everyone knows. Food-safe canned goods are still provided with tin today. In addition, tin is used in the field of electro-soldering in electronics or in medicine. From a historical point of view, tin was first and foremost used as an admixture to copper for the production of bronze. Tin is also in demand as a stabilizer for PVC and is used in optics in LCD screens. Thus, tin is present, albeit hidden, in everyday appliances. The supply of tin has gone up, by 11 percent last year according to the International Tin Association, but there is still talk of shortages. This is especially true in the electronics sector, which accounts for most of the demand. So, the market remains tight, and tin remains an interesting commodity for investors. A tin price of US$40,000 per ton is expected for the end of the year. Besides Indonesia, the world\-s largest tin exporting country, there is also tin in Kazakhstan. This is namely at Tin One Mining, an exploration and development company that is working to develop the Syrymbet tin deposit, the largest undeveloped tin deposit in Kazakhstan. The goal is to open the only tin production facility in Central Asia.

Tin in cans is thus used for the preservation and conservation of food. For this aspect, albeit with completely different means, EnWave – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iIvbLN2QNGo – is working. With its breakthrough REV™ technology, EnWave has created new and innovative applications for food manufacturers. The patented drying method is already used by more than 50 companies in more than 20 countries. Cannabis products and pharmaceutical products also use EnWaves technology.

Latest corporate information and press releases from EnWave (- https://www.resource-capital.ch/en/companies/enwave-corp/ -).

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