A guide to Professional Cookware - page 18-19

17
16
materials
silver
merits
• energy saving considerable due to the optimum ability to
conduct heat;
• optimum resistance to blows, heat shock, scratches and
corrosion. Maintenance is not required.
• batteriostatic agent.
defects
• Obviously an exclusive
material for luxury lovers.
useful advice
• ecceptional for long lasting cooking with low fire: like soups.The great ability to conduct heat
make this material perfect also in "shock cooking", in particular with valuable filets.
SPECIFIC WEIGHT
655.2 lb/ft
3
HEAT CONDUCTIVITY
420W/m°K
Material thickness
from 3/64” to 5/64”
APPEARANCE
shiny and bright, prestigious
HANDLE
nickel-plated cast iron
GOLD
merits
• energy saving considerable due to the optimum ability to
conduct heat;
• optimum resistance to blows, heat shock, scratches and
corrosion. Maintenance is not required.
• batteriostatic agent.
defects
• Obviously an exclusive
material for luxury lovers.
useful advice
• ecceptional for long lasting cooking with low fire: like soups.The great ability to conduct heat
make this material perfect also in "shock cooking", in particular with valuable filets.
SPECIFIC WEIGHT
1204.32 lb/ft
3
HEAT CONDUCTIVITY
295W/m°K
Material thickness
APPEARANCE
bright and shiny, prestigious
HANDLE
nickel-plated cast iron
A guide to professional cookware
body 5/64” thick in copper,
coating from 1.181x10-4
to 1.574x10-4 inch
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