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Why choose cast stainless steel cookware?

Jan. 12, 2022

What is cast stainless steel?

Cast stainless steel refers to the process of casting stainless steel alloys. Stainless steel castings allow for the manufacture of various types of complex stainless steel cookware parts.

The stainless steel casting process begins with the injection of wax into a high-precision mold. The wax mold, produced by either method, is then assembled onto the sprue along with a ceramic pouring cup.

These wax units are then surrounded with a silica slurry mixture and refractory zircon sand. This is typically the longest stage of the stainless steel casting process, as the shell must be completely dry before additional coatings can be applied. Once the shell is properly dried, the wax mold inside is burned off through a strongly heated pressure chamber called an autoclave. After all wax is removed, the stainless steel is poured into the shell.

After the stainless steel has cooled, they head to where the finished ceramic shell is removed from the cookware parts. The parts are then cut from the sprue and sent for sandblasting, grinding and mirror polishing to achieve a shiny and smooth finish.


Cast Stainless Steel Advantages

While there are many ways to machine cookware parts, cast stainless steel is unique because it allows you to obtain highly complex shapes. In addition, it is the preferred choice for applications that require superior corrosion resistance. Stainless steel's corrosion resistance is due to its high chromium content of at least 10.5%.

Here are the reasons to prefer cast stainless steel cookware Cast stainless steel cookware.

1. Will not rust

2. Easy to clean

3. Can be used for a long time without wear and tear

4. Can be washed in the dishwasher or soaked in the sink

5. Better thermal conductivity than stainless steel

6. Scratch resistant

7. Durable

8. Healthy for human body

9. Easy to release food


Cast Stainless Steel vs. Cast Iron


Cast Stainless Steel vs. Cast Iron

Cast iron and stainless steel have many similarities - they are both durable, versatile, and add an amazing sear to your food. A cast iron pan is a classic piece of cookware that can last a lifetime if cared for. While the heavyweight material does require a lot of muscle and maintenance, it's probably worth it for all the delicious dishes you can make with it. Plus, with its dark, rustic appeal, a cast iron pan can easily double as a beautiful dish.

Perhaps the most popular metal in the kitchen, stainless steel also offers many benefits. The material itself is lighter and non-reactive, which makes pans perfect for almost any type of cooking. Stainless steel can be baked, sautéed, boiled, caramelized, fried, and more. Plus, when all the dishes are done, cleaning a stainless steel skillet can be done in minutes.


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