Which is better, high borosilicate glass kettle and stainless steel kettle?


The difference lies in thermal conductivity, thermal shock resistance and high temperature resistance

1. Borosilicate glass has a very low thermal expansion coefficient, which is about one third of that of ordinary glass. This will reduce the influence caused by the temperature gradient stress, thereby having stronger fracture resistance
2. Although more and more resistant to thermal shock than other types of glass, borosilicate glass can still be broken due to rapid or uneven temperature changes. When broken, the borosilicate glass cracks tend to be larger rather than crushed
3. It has good thermal stability, chemical stability and electrical properties, so it has the characteristics of chemical corrosion resistance, thermal shock resistance, good mechanical properties, and high temperature resistance.
4. The most popular British STRIX thermostat has become a key component in the temperature control of many stainless steel electric kettles. This unique steam conduit controls the temperature. Through the steam extrusion after the water boils, the water is fully boiled and can be completely sterilized. . The stainless steel electric kettle is no longer just a tool for boiling water, but also a tool for storing water.
5. Drinking water should be healthy" is the consensus of everyone. Therefore, it is necessary to install a few "safety nets" in the stainless steel kettle. Filters are necessary. Key positions such as the bottom of the kettle and the water outlet can be described as "organs" and installations. A few layers of filters can remove scale and purify water