Silicone Rubber For Cookware Applications
Silicone rubber is used in cookware because it has a higher melting point than most other materials and prevents food from burning during cooking.
Solutions for the Cookware Industry
Silicone rubber is a versatile, robust material with many uses. One of the most common uses for silicone rubber is in cookware applications, where it provides an excellent insulating material. Silicone rubber can withstand temperatures up to 300 degrees Celsius without any damage and also acts as an excellent natural insulator.
Silicone rubber is an excellent natural insulator for insulating electrical appliances. It is used in cookware, because the material is heat resistant and food safe.
How can silicone be used?
Silicone Rubber is used in a wide range of applications, but its primary function is to seal, insulate, or protect an application from flame, heat, water, dust, or general weathering.
Why choose silicone rubber for Cookware solutions?
Silicone rubber is an excellent material for use in Cookware. It is resistant to heat and does not burn. It can also withstand up to 300 degrees Celsius without any damage. The material is an excellent natural insulator for insulating electrical appliances as well as being non-toxic, odorless and tasteless making it easy to clean up after cooking.