|Place of Origin:||Shanghai, China|
|Model Number:||Titanium pots and pans|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||Negotiable|
|Packaging Details:||Outside carton box, inside plastic sealed package and bubble film|
|Delivery Time:||5 - 8 workdays after payment|
|Payment Terms:||T/T, Credit Card, E-checking, Paypal, etc|
|Supply Ability:||100 pieces per day|
|Item Name:||Titanium Pots And Pans||Color:||Plain|
I. Importance of titanium bolts
Titanium’s biggest advantage is its ultralight performance. Titanium is 45% lighter than steel and stronger than aluminum. It is the lightest cookware material you can buy before you must sacrifice on strength. It’s also corrosion-resistant, offering great durability.
Titanium pots are ideal for boiling water because they can be made with very thin walls, and transfer heat efficiently. But like stainless steel pots, they tend to develop hot spots, making them less than ideal for cooking real meals. Titanium is favored by the truly fast-and-light crowd, who count their grams and opt for quick boil-only meals after a long, exhausting day.
II. Product introduction
|Item Name||Titanium pots and pans|
|Grade||Grade 2, Grade 5|
|Surface Treatment||Plain, Polishing, Anodizing, PVD coating, Anti-fingerprint|
|Color||Natural, Blue, Green, Yellow, Gold, Black, Pink, Brown, Gradient, etc|
|Quality||ISO Certification; Full inspection before shipment|
|Payment||T/T, Credit Card, E-checking, Paypal, etc|
III. Is Titanium Safe?
There’s a lot of contradictory opinions on the internet about the relative safety of various materials. Many people claim that Teflon is unsafe, for example, while others claim that you can literally eat chips of Teflon with no ill effects.
When it comes to titanium, the Teflon argument starts to become very, very relevant. Titanium is used in pots and pans to strengthen either the exterior or the cooking surface.
When it’s used on the exterior, it’s difficult to argue that it’s unsafe, since it doesn’t really come into contact with your food and it’s non-toxic anyway.
When it’s used in the non-stick coating, however, some people might argue that it’s part of an unsafe cooking surface. This isn’t because of the titanium. Instead, it’s because some people aren’t convinced by manufacturers and government agencies claiming that modern non-stick coatings are safe.
The takeaway here is that cookware with titanium in it is just as safe as comparable cookware without titanium in it. Personally, I think that newer, PFOA free non-sticks are probably just as safe as the manufacturers say that they are.
If a material is scientifically engineered to be totally inert and non-reactive, that material isn’t likely to interfere with my body in any way if I accidentally ingest it. I’m much more concerned with how various non-stick coatings interact with high temperatures, but that’s a thing that I can control in my own cooking.
Contact Person: Alex