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Material of Sanyo titanium bowl in rice cooker

My wife is concerned with aluminum in cookware. Sanyo has rice cookers with a 5mm thick bowl with a titanium coating. What are these bowls are made of?

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Richard Lee
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They are generally made of aluminum to reduce wieght. But sometimes they can be made of stainless steel as well.

One way to determine this is to open the inner pot and see the outside. If it is shiny (like chrome-look), then it is most likely made of steel. If it has a dull finish, or has the titanium coating on the outside as well, then it is most likely aluminum. However, the best way to determine is to directly contact Sanyo Customer Support.

Hope that helps!

Oh yes, and please rate this as fixya if you found my information useful, so we can close the problem ticket.

Thanks in advance,
IrishDruid

Posted on Apr 29, 2008

  • Anonymous Apr 29, 2008

    Thank you for the rating. BTW, your wife needn't worry even if the cooker has an aluminum pot, as it is titanium coated. The food will never get in contact with any aluminum.

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