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|Materials:||PTFE Coated Fiberglass Fabric||Coating:||Food Grade PTFE|
|Feature:||Non-stick, Eco Friendly, Durable||Keywords:||PTFE Coated Stovetop Burner Protector|
4PCS Silver 10.6” x 10.6” Gas Range Protectors Stovetop Burner Liners
Hate scrubbing your stovetop? Simply place these coated fiberglass stovetop protectors over your gas burner areas, and your stovetop will stay clean and protected. This stove burner liners keep your gas stove top spotless and easy cleaned! With this set of 4 pcs high strength and durable gas range protectors, there is no more scrubbing of splatters or burnt-on, boiled over messes. The protectors catch all the mess, easily catch splatters and spills. Can be wiped clean with soapy water.
This stovetop burner liner is high tensile strength and fire resistant fiberglass cloth with a layer of food grade silver (PTFE) coating. This food grade coating is totally no toxic and odourless. It can contact the food directly. And this materials are also be used to produce BBQ grill mat and oven liners.
PTFE coating can be used between -70℃ to 260℃, max temperature can be 380℃. So it is totally safe to use this PTFE liners for gas range protectors. Common thickness of this mat we produce is 0.12mm and 0.2mm. Size of this stovetop is 10.6x10.6"(27x27cm) size. It is very common used size in American and European market.
Specification Of JT8230TS-20-2727:
|Item||Gas Stove Top Protector|
|Materials||Fiberglass fabric+ food grade PTFEcoating|
|Weight||70g one set(4pcs)|
PTFE Coating: -70℃--260℃
Base Cloth: Below 550℃
Process Of This Stovetop Burner Protectors ?
Every single stovetop on the market has certain features in common with all others. All are constructed of the same materials – fiberglass fabric and different versions of polytetrafluoroethylene(PTFE). The process begins by treating the fiberglass cloth with a specially formulated undercoat that will adhere to both the cloth and the PTFE coating. Some customers believe that there is actually fiberglass in the mats but in fact it is wrong – just the cloth.
Then multiple layers of the PTFE are applied, building up a heavy coating of the non-stick smooth surface. Once the wanted thickness is achieved, the material goes through a process called sintering, which involves the application of high heat (780 degrees Fahrenheit) for a few minutes. That’s it in a nutshell.