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Archived - Metal Can Defects Manual - Identification and Classification
Chapter 6 - Alphabetical index

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This section provides an index of defect terminology, including alternate terminology, specific defect types, and associated defect conditions.

Terminology Section
Abrasion 7.7.1
Acid Salts Corrosion 7.3.1
Blown Can 7.6.2
Body Blank Inverted 7.3.7
Broken Chuck 7.5.1
Buckled Body 7.3.28
Buckled Can 7.6.3
Burned Weld 7.3.17
Burrs on Curl 7.4.1
Cable Cut 7.7.5
Chalkly Side Seam 7.7.2
Clinched Only 7.5.2
Clipped Curl 7.4.5
Clipped Flange 7.3.29
Coater Ash 7.2.3
Coating Drip 7.2.1
Coating Inside Out 7.3.27
Coating Skips 7.2.2
Coating, Damaged 7.7.7
Cocked Body 7.3.14
Coil Weld 7.1.4
Cold Solder 7.3.2
Compound Skips 7.4.4
Compound Smear 7.4.4
Corrosion 7.7.3
Crushed 7.7.4
Cutover 7.5.3
Cut Seam 7.7.5
Cut-Down Flange (C.D.F.) 7.5.4
Damage To Scoreline/Pull Tab 7.7.6
Damaged Coating 7.7.7
Damaged Curl/Flange 7.7.8
Deadhead 7.5.21
Dent 7.7.9
Dirty Ends 7.4.4
Distorted Reform Ridge 7.3.3
Double Body 7.3.28
Double End 7.4.2
Double Seam Dent 7.7.10
Droop 7.5.5
Enamel Flaw 7.2.2
Excess Sealing Compound 7.4.4
Excessive Solder 7.3.4
Excessively Deep or Weak Scoreline 7.4.3
Eyeholing 7.2.2
False Seam 7.5.6
Faulty Sealing Compound 7.4.4
Feather 7.5.3
Flaking Coating 7.2.2
Flange Burrs 7.3.20
Flange Indent Marks 7.7.8
Flipper 7.6.2
Fluted Body 7.3.21
Flux Stains 7.3.5
Foreign Contamination 7.7.11
Foreign Particles in Coating 7.2.3
Fractured Bottom Profile 7.3.22
Fractured Seam 7.5.7
High Ends 7.3.14
Holed 7.7.12
Incomplete Abuse Bead 7.3.24
Incomplete Bottom Profile 7.3.23
Incomplete Curl 7.4.5
Incomplete Flange 7.3.29
Index Fault 7.5.4
Inverted Side Coating 7.3.7
Insufficient Overlap 7.5.8
Insufficient Solder 7.3.6
Jumped Seam 7.5.9
Key Tab Not Properly Tucked 7.5.10
Key Tab Seamed To Inside 7.5.11
Knocked-Down Curl (K.D.C.) 7.5.12
Knocked-Down End (K.D.E.) 7.5.13
Knocked-Down Flange (K.D.F.) 7.5.14
Laminated Plate 7.1.1
Lip 7.5.22
Loose Seams 7.5.15
Malformed Abuse Bead 7.3.24
Metal Plate Flaw 7.1.1 or 7.1.2
Mis-Locked Side Seam 7.3.8
Mis-Notch 7.3.9
Misembossing 7.6.1
Mushroomed Flange 7.7.8
Necked-In-Can 7.3.10
No Second Operation 7.5.16
Notcher Trim Still Attached 7.3.11
Off-Register Body Blank Coating 7.3.12
Open Lap 7.3.13
Open Weld 7.3.18
Out of Square Body 7.3.14
Overfill 7.6.2
Panelling 7.6.3
Peaked Can 7.6.4
Peeling Coating 7.2.2
Perforation 7.1.2
Pin Lip 7.5.22
Pin-Hole 7.1.2
Plate Stain 7.1.3
Pleats 7.5.17
Pucker 7.5.18
Pull Tab Rivet Fracture 7.4.6
Pulled Seam 7.7.10
Puncture 7.7.12
Pushed-In Bottom 7.5.13
Rim Dent 7.7.10
Rust 7.7.3
Scored 7.7.13
Scoreline, Damaged 7.7.6
Scoreline, Excessively Deep 7.4.3
Scrap-In-Die Marks (Bodies) 7.3.25
Scrap-In-Die Marks (Ends) 7.4.7
Scuffed Seam 7.5.21
Seam Inclusions 7.5.19
Sharp Seam 7.5.3
Side Seam Droop 7.5.20
Skidder 7.5.21
Solder Pellets 7.3.15
Solder, Cold 7.3.2
Solder, Excessive 7.3.4
Solder, Incomplete 7.3.6
Spinner 7.5.21
Split Droop 7.5.19
Springer 7.6.2
Spur 7.5.22
Swell 7.6.2
Thick Lap 7.3.4
Torn Droop 7.5.12
Torn Seam 7.7.5
Trim Press Marks 7.7.8
Turned Back Corner 7.3.19
Turned Back Flange 7.7.8
Turned Back Lap 7.3.16
Turned Can 7.3.6
Vee 7.5.22
Weak Lap 7.3.13
Weld Joint 7.1.4
Wire Edge 7.5.3
Wrinkled Curl 7.4.8
Wrinkled Flange 7.3.26
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