Your kitchenware not only makes a décor statement, it can also serve as your motivation for cooking gourmet meals. The choice of your kitchenware material is essential, and one of the oldest and still the best materials is enamel.
Everybody knows the distinctive ice-white with a blue rim design of enamel kitchenware, which Falcon Enamelware and other industry experts noted, is found in kitchens worldwide. Enamel has been around for over 4000 years, and it’s making a significant comeback in modern kitchens.
Here are some advancements in the enamel industry that ensures your kitchenware meets your needs:
Here, a charged metal part is coated with a wet porcelain slip instead of the classic pickle/nickel process. The benefits of electrophoretic enameling include a smoother surface finish, reduced coating costs, excellent edge coverage, and precise thickness control. The created enamel can then be safely used in burner grates and microwave ovens. Moreover, it’s inexpensive.
Better Quality Analysis Methods
Before your enamel kitchenware gets to the store shelf, you’re assured that they’re in their best quality. Raman spectroscopy and scanning electron microscopy are some of the innovative methods used in quality control and defect analysis. This eliminates manufacture defects and improves the reliability and design of your kitchenware.
There are different moisture-resistant base, ground, and cover coat powders used in enamel products. These give products an improved enamel quality and coating uniformity. These also make it possible to paint the kitchenware in different colors.
Compared to other materials used in cookware, enamel is the safest. High-quality porcelain enamel kitchenware doesn’t scratch or crack. Its coating remains in good condition, unlike other material after intense use. Enamel cookware is also the easiest to clean. Its durability means you can keep it in the family for generations. With these features alone, you should be convinced.