Bakeware, as its name implies, can be baked. It is also an indispensable bakeware tool in the kitchen.
Goodseller, being one of general merchandise manufacturers, can offer various types of bakeware with high quality. So what are the types of bakeware?
Common shapes of bakeware are square and round. In contrast, the four corners of the square quality bakeware have sharp points because of their large curvature. There is a maximum value of their thermal distribution gradients, which leads to faster heating. The circular bakeware has a continuous rotational symmetry. No matter how many degrees you turn it, such kind of fine kitchenware can return to the original position, which determines that its heat distribution is also uniform. The comparison results show that square bakeware heats up faster than round bakeware, but its four corners and edges are easy to burn. Round bakeware is not easy to be burnt with even heat.
The first material of bakeware is silicone, which wins in appearance and color. In addition, it is non-stick and easy to clean. However, some poor silica gel bakeware release silicone oil containing phthalates during baking, which is harmful to health. The second material is glass. It is crystal clear, visually beautiful and easy to clean. The third one is ceramic bakeware. It has beautiful appearance and high heat resistance, up to 800℃. However, ceramics are heavy, and some inferior ceramics will also produce toxins when baked at high temperature. The fourth is aluminum alloy bakeware. It has good thermal conductivity and corrosion resistance, and it is easy to clean by integral molding. However, you should choose anodized aluminum alloy bakeware. The stable metal does not release harmful substances easily. The fifth one is carbon steel bakeware. It has high safety and corrosion resistance. It is easy to clean, and its thermal conductivity is slightly poorer than that of aluminum alloy bakeware.