Cambro measures up new high heat cups

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Cambro’s High Heat Measuring Cups are said to be 75% lighter than glass counterparts.

Cambro has launched new High Heat Measuring Cups in two and four litre sizes to combat the issue of brittleness caused by repeated heating and cooling cycles.

NSF approved, and made from BPA-free heat tolerant material that should not crack or shatter during regular use, they are designed to be safe for use in commercial microwaves, ovens and dishwashers, and can be used with hot liquids, oils or sauces.

Made from the same heat tolerant, food-grade material as Cambro High Heat H-Pans, they should be able to withstand temperatures ranging from -40˚ to +190˚C.

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Claimed to be 75% lighter than their glass counterparts, they have a moulded-in handle that stays cool to the touch. Designed for easy pouring, the cups are suitable for heating liquids or sauces in a microwave, collecting hot water or coffee from a dispenser, filling steam tables or chafing dishes, or rehydrating food products.

Standard and metric graduations are moulded-in to each measuring cup for accuracy and consistency. They are available in a translucent amber colour.

An optional splatter-proof cover can be purchased separately to fit both size cups. This self-venting cover is designed to prevent splatters and spills that can occur during heating and handling, keeping the inside of the microwave or oven clean and the operator protected.

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