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Tinplate was apparently produced in the s at a mill of or under the patronage of the Earl of Southampton, but it is not clear how long this continued.
The first production of tinplate was probably in Bohemia , from where the trade spread to Saxony , and was well-established there by the s.
Andrew Yarranton and Ambrose Crowley a Stourbridge blacksmith and father of the more famous Sir Ambrose visited Dresden in and found out how it was made.
In doing so, they were sponsored by various local ironmasters and people connected with the project to make the river Stour navigable.
In Saxony, the plates were forged, but when they conducted experiments on their return to England, they tried rolling the iron. This led to the ironmasters Philip Foley and Joshua Newborough two of the sponsors in erecting a new mill, Wolverley Lower Mill or forge.
This contained three shops, one being a slitting mill which would serve as a rolling mill , and the others were forges. In one of these was making frying pans and the other drawing out blooms made in finery forges elsewhere.
It is likely that the intention was to roll the plates and then finish them under a hammer, but the plan was frustrated by one William Chamberlaine renewing a patent granted to him and Dud Dudley in The slitter at Wolverley was Thomas Cooke.
Tinplate first begins to appear in the Gloucester Port Books which record trade passing through Gloucester , mostly from ports in the Bristol Channel in The tinplate was shipped from Newport, Monmouthshire.
Further mills followed a few years later, initially in many ironmaking regions in England and Wales, but later mainly in south Wales.
In , 80, boxes were made and 50, exported. The industry continued to grow until One of the greatest markets was the United States of America, but that market was cut off in , when the McKinley tariff was enacted there.
This caused a great retrenchment in the British industry and the emigration to America of many of those who could no longer be employed in the surviving tinplate works.
Despite this blow, the industry continued, but on a smaller scale. Strip mills rendered the old pack mills obsolete and the last of them closed in about the s.
The raw material was bar iron , or from the introduction of mild steel in the late 19th century , a bar of steel. This was drawn into a flat bar known as a tin bar at the ironworks or steel works where it was made.
The cross-section of the bar needed to be accurate in size as this would be the cross-section of the pack of plates made from it. The bar was cut to the correct length being the width of the plates and heated.
It was then passed four or five times through the rolls of the rolling mill, to produce a thick plate about 30 inches long.
Between each pass the plate is passed over or round the rolls, and the gap between the rolls is narrowed by means of a screw.
This was then rolled until it had doubled in length. The plate was then folded in half 'doubled' using a doubling shear, which was like a table where one half of the surface folds over on top of the other.
It is then put into a furnace to be heated until it is well 'soaked'. This is repeated until there is a pack of 8 or 16 plates.
The pack is then allowed to cool. When cool, the pack was sheared using powered shears and the plates separated by 'openers' usually women.
Defective plates were discarded, and the rest passed to the pickling department. In the pickling department, the plates were immersed in baths of acid to remove scale, i.
After inspection they were placed in an annealing furnace, where they were heated for 10—14 hours.
This was known as 'black pickling' and 'black annealing'. After being removed they were allowed to cool for up to 48 hours. The plates were then rolled cold through highly polished rolls to remove any unevenness and give them a polished surface.