How are ceramic teapots


The most important difference from the usual plastic and metal teapots - this design.Traditional electric kettles, as a rule, are made in high-tech style, in which the performance of these materials look the most natural.But, however beautiful and original look no metal or plastic pots, serving tea to the table they are not used - too obvious stylistic dissonance with a tea set. If the kettle has a classic style does not fit the interior of your kitchen, for sale can be found ceramic pots, having a cylindrical shape and a modern look.

ceramic teapots have a classic design, they can have a variety of shapes and colors as well as conventional porcelain, which served as
an ornament on the right and the center of a table set for tea table.From this kettle, it seems, breathes warmth and comfort of home, removed from its stand, it fits well into the serving.Some of the ceramic electric kettles can be purchased complete with a kettle for tea and tea leaves in pairs, so you can use them as a set, decorated in the same style.

use of ceramic teapots


The design of ceramic pots used heating disks, so they are sensitive to the level of water loaded on and off automatically in case of danger of overheating.Almost all models have glass windows, which would be seen that level.But inside the kettle has a slot through which you can determine how much water is poured into it.Buy ceramic teapot in the office does not make sense - the amount of their generally small - a little more than 1 liter.At home, one tea party is sufficient.

thick ceramic walls of the kettle are sensitive to sudden changes in temperature, so even those models whose capacity exceeds 2 kW heat up more slowly than kettles made of plastic or metal, with the same power.But again there is a plus - boiling water in them cools too slowly. very cold water can not be collected in a ceramic teapot in the first minutes after boiling water was poured out of it - it can crack.

The advantages of ceramic teapots are the lack of water in specific "plastic" taste and odor that is sometimes encountered in the operation of some models of conventional electric kettles made of low-quality plastic.The disadvantage is the weight - they are heavier and higher price.For obvious reasons, such kettles require careful handling and accidental impact can be broken.