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Is titanium nonstick as durable as regular nonstick?
Well, maybe. Unfortunately, nonstick is never going to be as durable as clad stainless, or cast iron, or really, any other type of pan. Because at its core, it’s still a nonstick pan. And that nonstick surface is still going to wear out with use. And just as with regular nonstick, you should baby your titanium nonstick too.
What is a non-stick coating?
A non-stick coating, as its name suggests, is one that seeks to reduce the adherence between the surface of a material and the products that are deposited on it. For example, in the case of pans, the coatings that are deposited are thought to reduce the adhesion between food, or oils, and the metal of the pan.
What is nonstick titanium cookware?
In this article, titanium cookware refers to nonstick cookware with a titanium reinforced cooking surface. Here are the TRK nonstick titanium favorites at a glance. Click the link to see them on Amazon. In the reviews, there are other buying options as well. What Is Titanium? (And Why Is It Getting Into All the Cookware?)
Is titanium reinforcement good for nonstick pans?
Titanium reinforcement is not a license to treat nonstick like other cookware. A lot of manufacturers today, of both types of nonstick cookware, claim that their pans are durable enough to withstand metal utensils, dishwashers, and high heat.