Looking for a shiny and a user friendly cookware is always my first choice before I start cooking. Cookware ideally described as a metal or any other product comprises cooking vessels and utensils, such as frying pans, saucepans, etc. and is intended to use on a stove or on a flame.
We need to be extra careful while selecting cookware as different metals hold different advantages and disadvantages. Most of the metals would not be suitable because it has to bear the flame for quite a long time. Stainless Steel is the most popular and an affordable cookware compared to any other metals for over 2 centuries now.
Are you aware of different types of Stainless Steel Cookware?
Usually, a Stainless Steel cookware comes with a combination of Chromium and Nickel and it is believed that the Nickel content needs to be more in order to enjoy the quality oriented cookware. There are 3 combinations of stainless steel cookware which includes 18/0, 18/8, 18/10. 18 in common represent the Chromium and 0, 8 & 10% respectively represents Nickel mixture.
Low range stainless steel
18/0 Stainless Steel comes with no Nickel and slightly magnetic compared to other types. 18/0 will remain rust resistant as stainless steel would not attract rust like Iron does extensively.
Average range stainless steel
Medium range stainless steel contains 8% Nickel which has both pros and cons compared to other types. The Non-Magnetic and rust resistant cookware turns out to be a hot product for average households who cannot afford high range products every time.
Premium stainless steel
Premium Range Stainless steel is always a favorite for any individual as the material contains 10% of Nickel which is high compared to any other metallic cookware. The Product acts as a better Non Magnetic and rust resistant cookware with extra shine on the material. 10% Nickels attracts more cost, but worth from a life span perspective.
Stainless Steel with different materials to make it user friendly
Contemporary Stainless Steel Cookware are coming with non metallic handles and closets as the cookware can be moved easily while it is hot or on a flame. A Plastic handle or a firm cotton glove helps you in lifting the cookware without facing the heat.
Stainless Steel is considered as the low cost and durable metal compared to any metal available in the market you can buy. It is mixed with different metals like Iron and copper to attract extra heat and to avoid wastage of heat during cooking.