- A tool or device is a
piece of equipment which typically provides a mechanical advantage in
accomplishing a physical task. The most basic tools are simple machines.
For example, a crowbar simply functions as a lever. The further out from
the pivot point, the more force is transmitted along the lever. When
particularly intended for domestic use, a tool is often called a
- Cookware and bakeware
are types of food preparation containers commonly found in the kitchen.
Cookware comprises cooking vessels, such as saucepans and frying pans,
intended for use on a stove or range cooktop. Bakeware comprises cooking
vessels intended for use inside an oven. The terms cookware and bakeware
are not exclusive, and it is possible for a single utensil to be used as
both cookware and bakeware.
- Raw materials used in
the manufacture of brass utensils are called silly and gully in the
local jargon. Silly and Gully is the mixture of many metals namely-
Copper, Zinc, Lead, etc.
- The success of TONER
brand utensils is a result of the high level of professional expertise
of the firmís employees, who continually work to develop new utensil
designs and production technology. The high quality and consumer utility
of the final products is guaranteed.
- Stainless steels are
selected for food contact application because they are resistant to
corrosion, inert, easily cleaned and sterilized without loss of
properties, and can be fabricated by a variety of techniques into robust
structures. The selection of an appropriate stainless steel grade is
critical to the success of any food contact application.
- The many unique
values provided by stainless steel make it a powerful candidate in
materials selection. Stainless steel is technically known as heat and
corrosion resisting steel. Stainless steel is an alloy of iron which
contains at least 10% chromium (Cr). This addition of chromium define
the unique properties [stainless, corrosion and heat resisting].
- Plate materials are
manufactured by rolling. Rolling is one of the processing methods, in
which a pair of rolls installed in parallel is rotated to roll out an
aluminum ingot called a slab into a thinner product.
- About 70% of
countryís stainless steel is used to make utensils while the rest 30%
goes in various sectors such as construction, equipment used for
industrial applications in sectors such as petrochemical, medical, food
processing and pharmaceuticals. Generally 1-4% of nickel is used in
utensils and about 8% in industrial applications.
- The Japanese market
is overflowing with a surprisingly large variety of imported household
products. As such, it is necessary to concentrate on products that allow
both private shops and chain stores to express their individuality.
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