Mixing Bowl Made of Melamine Resin
Shaping plastic. (To be precise: Duroplast.)
In contrast with their thermoplastic successors the plastics from the Duroplast family display a kind of "comeliness". This could be attributed to the fact that the "earthy" material can only be processed in a mold, making it immune to the whims of self-assured designers and the technological impoverishment of cheap knock-offs. Be that as it may, our contention of the higher aesthetic aspirations of Duroplast is only confirmed by these simple kitchen utensils.
Developed in 1935 the Bakelite® like melamine resin became a much used material for kitchen utensils because of its extreme hardness, high thermal stability and food grade. Our melamine goods are from WACA in Westphalia, processor of Duroplast since 1921.
Down to earth mixing bowl.
These three especially attractive kitchen bowls are heavy, shock-resistant and stable, with a quite respectable foot made of rubber, hygienic, easy to clean, blessed with a long life and suitable for the dish washer. And not expensive.
Duroplast items are not suitable for use in the microwave.
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