Porcelain enamel

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porcelain enamel

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Porcelain enamel

A glassy metal oxide coating bonded to a metal panel at an extremely high temperature and baked onto steel panels for large architectural applications. It is a very durable material that is scratch resistant.
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porcelain enamel, vitreous enamel

A substantially vitreous (glassy) inorganic metal oxide coating, bonded to metal by fusion at a temperature above 800°F (427°C); not a true porcelain.
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The cookware line will initially feature five groups--stainless steel with copper, porcelain non-stick, "inside/outside" nonstick, natural cast iron and porcelain enamel cast iron--and each will incorporate Deen's touch.
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