Can my glass containers keep my food warm?
Reamers are utensils that are useful in all kinds of mechanical applications. There are different options, including hand or machine driven models. What you would do is use them to generate holes in a mould. You can also smooth out and debur any imperfections and edges. As for our mould reamer tooling, it is special in that it is specifically for mould repair operations.
One thing people wonder about glass containers is if they can keep food warm. You might have to go on a trip soon and need to keep your food warm. Others will simply be curious. Whatever the case, we have the information you are looking for.
Glass containers have the potential to keep food warmer than plastic ones do. You are free to keep your food in a glass receptacle for about half a day or an entire day. This is because glass does a better job at holding heat. To aid the container preserve heat, it is best wrap it in a foil pouch or towel for insulation.
Hot food can go in a glass container
If you are not sure that you can put hot food inside a glass container, believe us that you absolutely can. As a matter of fact, you can place food straight into the receptacle once you cook it. You don't need to wait for it to cool, unlike some types of plastic. This makes cleaning the kitchen easier and faster as well. Just make sure that your containers remain at room temperature and that they don't go cold. Cold glass could possibly shatter if you put anything hot into it.
Manufacturers rely on our mould reamer tooling
At Penico Gauges, we sell mould reamers in a myriad of different sizes. They range from 2" to 7". To put it simply, we have a tool for every situation. Furthermore, our team has the skills necessary to create special sizes if a client needs them. The types of reamers we specialise in are the Carbide Tipped and High Speed Steel.
So, if you want to purchase our mould reamer merchandise, you are welcome to give us a call. We also have specialist suppliers around the world.
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