Stainless Steel Kitchenware Selection

- Apr 27, 2018-

  Stainless steel pot features

  Stainless steel cookware has a beautiful appearance and exquisite structure. At the same time, it has the advantages of durability, corrosion resistance, rust resistance, easy processing, no deformation, and is the mainstream product of the cooking utensils market. However, stainless steel pots have uneven heat conduction, so many brands of stainless steel pots use a three-layer composite bottom structure, and some brands also use a three-layer composite structure. The three-layer composite structure is generally a two-layer stainless steel sandwiched by aluminum, and is formed by a high-tech process, so that the pan is heated evenly and the heat conduction is fast, and the food is not scorched due to a single point of high temperature in the pan, and fumes are not easily generated. Generally have fried, fried, grilled, stewed and other functions. The use of pots with three-layer composite structure not only fully maintains the nutritional content of the food, but also maximizes the health of the housewife.

  Stainless steel pot selection

  The key to the pot is the bottom of the pot, and the thickness distribution of the aluminum layer of the three-layer composite bottom should be even. Some three-layer composite structure stainless steel pot thickness uneven distribution of aluminum, such as the two sides thin, the middle thickness, resulting in non-uniform thermal conductivity of the bottom of the pot. The structure design of the lid must be reasonable and the sealing is better. Micro-convex cover design allows natural circulation of water, sealing is good so that heat is not easy to lose. The handle is not hot, because the easy-to-hot handle is easy to age.

   Stainless steel pot should not hold salt for a long time

  Stainless steel vessels are beautiful and durable. However, unqualified stainless steel pots may present potential safety hazards. Unqualified stainless steel pans generally exceed the chromium limit. Hexavalent chromium is listed as one of the hazardous chemicals in the human body and it is one of the internationally recognized carcinogenic metals.