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Copper Cookware?

Posted by stratiotes (My Page) on
Wed, Oct 11, 06 at 18:32

I am wanting to make a homemade ibrik, or a Turkish coffee pot. What would I use attach the components so that the method was strong enough to withstand high heat but also wouldn't contaminate the coffee? I appreciate any feedback!

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RE: Copper Cookware?

Aren't they usually held on by rivets? At least the ones I've seen. Those should be easy to make and food safe, as long as you use a nontoxic metal lke steel. I've not tried it but what the hay?

RE: Copper Cookware?

Either mechanical fasteners (rivets) or brazing. Or even a thread rivet welded onto the oustide of teh netal and screws.
Be careful if the inside is not tinned. Copper is dangerous in large doses.

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