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Morrisons Cast Aluminium Casserole 24Cm £5.44

£5.44 @ Morrisons
Marked down from £18.00 to £5.44. Efficient heat distribution Induction hob compatible Non-stick (Minimum grocery order is £40) Read More
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6m, 4w agoFound 6 months, 4 weeks ago
Marked down from £18.00 to £5.44.

Efficient heat distribution
Induction hob compatible
Non-stick

(Minimum grocery order is £40)
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#1
yesterday in my local was recuded to £12....will pop in today to check if it's recudec once agai :D
1 Like #2
Cast aluminium is no good if you get any stratches or chips on the inside. Also doesn't retain heat as well as cast iron but good for a fiver I guess.
1 Like #3
some morrisons havent labelled up the new reduced price. just ask someone to check the price. should be £5.44 everywhete
#4
good find op, heat added
1 Like #5
Aluminum should not work on induction, it has to be magnetic to work ?
1 Like #6
it works brilliant on induction I got mine on Thursday
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vickiemay54
it works brilliant on induction I got mine on Thursday

Aluminum or copper alone does not work on an induction stove because of the materials' magnetic and electrical properties. Aluminum and copper cookware are more conductive than steel, and the skin depth in these materials is larger since they are non-magnetic. There must be some magnetic material in the base, otherwise it is an impossibility.
#8
Can you cast aluminium? I though it was a treatment they did on iron...
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shak
Can you cast aluminium? I though it was a treatment they did on iron...

Same sort of process:

http://m.wisegeek.org/what-is-cast-aluminum.htm

For clarity, its not a treatment, its the way the metal object is formed. Forging and casting are the most common processes. Lots of YouTube videos if you are interested :)

Edited By: donslibi on Oct 01, 2016 16:25
#10
Thanks OP! Grabbed the last one on the shelf :)
#11
anthony712
Aluminum should not work on induction, it has to be magnetic to work ?
I've got a few aluminium pans that have a steel plate bonded to the underside to make them work on induction hobs.... however my induction hob is a bit temperamental with these types of pans. Like this one
#12
quincemeister
vickiemay54
it works brilliant on induction I got mine on Thursday

Aluminum or copper alone does not work on an induction stove because of the materials' magnetic and electrical properties. Aluminum and copper cookware are more conductive than steel, and the skin depth in these materials is larger since they are non-magnetic. There must be some magnetic material in the base, otherwise it is an impossibility.


it has a dotted bottom so perhaps the magnetic is in them it does work honestly I have used it twice now
#13
Enjoy your aluminium poisoning folks. Steer clear
#14
backyard
Enjoy your aluminium poisoning folks. Steer clear


Care to elaborate?
#15
backyard
Enjoy your aluminium poisoning folks. Steer clear


your supposed to eat the food inside the pan...not the actual pan itself!

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