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33 X 21 double-sided iron plate, suitable for induction. Iron handle ref 36508
What is the difference between enamelled and cured finish?
The enamel coating is a vitrified paint based on glass powder, it is 100% resistant to rust, easy to care for and wash, and is also dishwasher safe. Curing, on the other hand, is a coating technique that consists of covering the cast iron piece with a thin layer of oil, it is easy to recover from wear and rust, and has superior resistance to shocks.
Vitreous enamel (glass particles that are fused to an underlying layer with intense heat) creates a non-porous finish that protects the core material of your pot or pan. It's a great conductor of heat, washes easily, doesn't rust, you can cook anything a standard cast iron pot can. You can wash it with as much soap as you want. Our enamel complies with the European standard DIN EN ISO 4531:2018-12, which applies to "Migration of metals from enameled utensils in contact with food".
Seasoned cast iron is extraordinarily durable (seasoning is the polymerization of fat, in which oils and fats are transformed at high temperature, bonding to the pan as a non-stick film). However, he is not invincible. Rust is common if not well cared for (the curing process must be done after each use), but it is recoverable if it occurs.
Cast iron parts are susceptible to breaking when exposed to dramatic changes in temperature (thermal shock).