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月度归档: 2021年7月

Polishing process of cast iron pot


The polishing process is to repeat five processes of die-casting of the pot blank to polish the blank into a flawless inside and outside, with a smooth appearance like a mirror. The sprayed and adjusted graphene paint is baked at a high temperature of 280 degrees for 10 minutes, and the surface is smooth and non-stick. The pot does not delaminate,

Rheinland Laboratory(TÜV) Food Testing Certification

The graphene-coated cast iron pan was fully tested by sending 15 samples to the German Rhein Laboratory(TÜV), acidity, corrosivity, a full range of food testing, all hazardous substance components testing, abrasion testing, after a week of rigorous inspection, all qualified and up to standard , And passed LFGB, FDA, abrasion test certification

We focus on making the best cast iron pots in the world. In order to solve the problem that users want to use cast iron pots, but they can’t solve the long-term troubles of sticking and rusting, we have cooperated with the graphene laboratory after long-term testing and testing, research and development. Graphene replaces the Teflon coating material, which can be very smooth, completely non-stick, and environmentally friendly, durable and not rusty.

Unlike other similar products on the market, it is free from Perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA) and Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE), toxic substances that cause a range of health issues including flu-like symptoms, headaches, infertility or even cancer, if they build up in the body.

This cooking essential is made from all-in-one molding cast iron and its surface is protected with environmentally-friendly, organic coating.

Pan die-casting process


The graphene pan is cast with pig iron, and the die-casting process uses advanced cast steel molds and intermediate frequency electric furnace technology. The national standard No. 24 pig iron is smelted into 1700 degrees hot metal, and then the hot metal is pressed into a shape with a two-ton pressure cooker supporting steel mold.

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