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Posted Tue Jun 19, 2012, 8:16am
Subject: Re: Turkish Coffee - do you like it?  Why?
 

fox65 Said:

Did he explain why?
I was looking to buy stainless steel, because of tin or nickel in copper ibriks, but am not sure now...

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I'll offer my own explanation.
Hand hammered/tooled copper Ibrik's are traditional & copper has been used for centuries, not to mention beautiful. {;-)
Even the very best old fashioned French copper cookware was tinned inside also.

The main reason IMO is logical to me also, because of the much more efficient heat transfer of copper versus stainless steel., & here's the facts from my beer brewing technical reference book;

Copper: K= c. 10 cal/cm/C/sec/min   Stainless steel: K= c. 0.1, so copper is TEN TIMES more efficient regarding heat transfer.

 
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Posted Tue Jun 19, 2012, 9:59am
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"Not considered safe anymore per Canada's Health Dept: "In the past, tin and nickel were sometimes used in coating copper cookware. Such cookware should be used for decorative purposes only."

That one gentleman on another forum brought to my attention. I am not against of tin if is not combined with lead.
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