Washing porcelain dishes after a meal is a tedious work. During washing, greasy porcelain dishes are very slippery in hand. Also, in some cases fat stains remain after washing. Moreover, surface of a dish due to direct contact with the hands or leftovers is a good place for growth of bacteria and fungi. The aforementioned problems can be obviated with the aid of nanotechnology; to do this, chinaware with hydrophobic and antibacterial surfaces are produced by the addition of silicon and zinc nanoparticles, respectively. The chinaware produced by this company are classified in two different groups:
- Hydrophobic chinawear
- Antibacterial chinawear
A waste container is usually made of metal or plastic. These containers are made of polymers such as polypropylene (PP). Because of having a low production cost, PP has a broad range of applications. The use of antimicrobial PP which is a class of polymers with antibacterial activity has been continuously increased. This is due to the fact that the polymer materials can be easily surrounded by bacteria or fungi, which consequently results in the transmission of diseases and severe infections. Prevention of microbial colonization onto the polymeric surfaces can be fulfilled by adding active antimicrobial agent like silver nanoparticles into the polymers. Silver ions and its compounds are extremely lethal for a wide range of bacteria, whilst they show very low toxicity for human cells. It should be noted that the polymer-silver nanocomposite maintains its antibacterial effect, as if its antibacterial efficiency against a wide variety of bacteria has been widely reported.
Place of production
Aluminum with non-stick Teflon inner layer
- Ability to cook rice with different degrees. - Pyrex glass doors with valves for steam exit. - Use of timers and thermostats with high accuracy and quality to adjust different cooking modes and optimal energy consumption
Persian SamovarA samovar is a metal container traditionally used to heat and boil water in Persia & Russia. Samovars (sometimes also spelled Samavar or Samaavar) are a staple in most Persian homes. Just like in Russian, Tea is a popular drink in Iran. Pretty much everyone begins their day with a cup of tea, drinks some more after each meal as well as some between meals.
- Tea set
- Salad plate
- Soup bowl
- Catering dish
- Hot drinks holders