Which of the following constitutes a minor defect in examination of cans for
A defective seam.
An irregularity in the can's exterior.
A moderate dent in the can's body.
A severe dent in the body of the can.
A can with incomplete closure of a seam, a puncture, or rust spots that have
perforated the tin is termed a
A can that has both ends distended at the same time is a
Rust that cannot be removed from the can by wiping with a soft cloth is termed
A can with only one end distended at all times is termed a
An incomplete tuckup of the cover curl in the vicinity of the side seam is a
When a portion of the double seam is not flattened in several places by the
second operational roll, the can is called a
Dark discoloration of the interior can body resembling a galvanized bucket is
A can with adhering dirt, filth, grease, or food particles is a
An abrasion of the double seam caused by the action of cable conveyors on
stationary cans is termed a