How do pyrex glassware products retain heat? What is it made of?
* Conditions: glass products Tupperware, with blankets, which are used to store food. How does it keep the food hot? For how long? What is Pyrex?
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Or Pyrex glass is made from silica sand ie. To maintain the element stored at the temperature of the container walls must be insulated, a poor conductor of heat, to prevent loss of heat to the air.Historybuff | Dec 02, 2006
For the project that you might experience Pyrex and stainless steel containers.
They are made of glass! They will keep food warm for about 45min.pitman L | Dec 02, 2006
Can you suggest a lunch bag/box that can keep food hot for 4 hours?
"My son does not like something" compressible. We therefore need to find something that would keep his lunch hot (or warm at least) for 4 hours. We will be packing items like pancakes or spaghetti - nothing really perishable. I tried a heat pack from a pyrex serving dish, but he only stayed warm for several hours.
One such product is called lunch and Go It has an insert for insulated lunch carrier and claims of the heat lasts 5 hours +. She also claims that the child can wear this with ease. To check, go here: The http://www.warmandtote.com/bagel-bag.htm| Feb 27, 2010
Another product that is the Zojirushi Mr. Bento Stainless Lunch Jar steel.
Four hours is asking a lot, and I do not want to stay "hot" for 4 hours.The chances of thriving bacteria is too great.CYNTHIA | Feb 25, 2010
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