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Heat Diffusers

By BellaCopper

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High performance solid copper heat diffusers and defroster plates. Copper is a superb conductor of heat. Not only does copper evenly distribute heat, its greater mass allows it to hold more heat.

  • Made in the USA: Mining, smelting, and refining of the copper ore in Utah, Arizona, and Montana; Finish and manufacturing in Ventura, California
  • Heat Diffuser can be used on gas, electric, glass, and ceramic stove tops. Does not work on induction stove tops
  • 6" mini copper heat diffuser: Use for 1 or 2 quart saucepans
  • 8"small copper heat diffuser: Use for small sauce and saute pans
  • 9 " medium copper heat diffuser: Use for multiple small pans and larger sauce pans
  • 10" Large gourmet copper heat diffuser and defroster plate: Use for professional grade stoves, multiple small pans, and larger crock pots
  • Dimensions (in packaging): 6" x 6" x 0.13"
  • Weight: 1.5 lbs.

158 Reviews (4.7 out of 5 Grommets)

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It’s okay

1/25/2019 by Aza

It is quite heavy and don’t care much . Took too much time to heated up so I only use this for when I needed to heated up soup or water, So,r,
So, I think I waisted my money on this.
I will not buy this again
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Watch out!!

11/17/2017 by Michael

Will ruin your ceramic stove top. As it did mine. Leaves permanent residue on surface that nothing gets out. Doesn't spread heat out as stated. With all the copper lined pans out there today there is no need for this item.More > < Less

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Don't use on ceramic stove tops!

11/6/2014 by Michael

Sorry Changing my review.They left permanent wear marks on my ceramic stove top and ruined the surface. They need to let people be aware of the consequences of use on ceramic tops and shouldn't be recommended. Not happy!More > < Less

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Bella Copper - diffusers & defrosters

About BellaCopper

Cooking Assist

Copper cookware is prized by kitchen connoisseurs for its unsurpassed ability to distribute heat quickly and evenly. But it’s an expensive metal, and copper pots and pans are an investment that many of us can’t quite justify. Thanks to Pete Mohler, there’s an affordable way to tap the conductive properties of copper without buying expensive new cookware.

Pete, who’s an aerospace engineer, came up with the idea for a copper heat diffuser when he wanted to improve the performance of a mediocre stove. He designed a solid copper plate that fits on top of a stove’s burner, under any ordinary aluminum, iron or stainless steel pan. The copper plate distributes heat evenly across the entire cooking surface of the pan, so foods cook more evenly and with less scorching and scalding. Pete teamed with Bill Hackman, and the two launched BellaCopper to commercialize the idea.

BellaCopper’s hand-finished heat diffusers come in different sizes for maximum versatility. You can use two diffusers side by side to turn two adjacent burners into a single griddle-sized heat source, for example. You can use them as hot plates to keep food warm, or in the oven to maintain a more constant baking temperature. BellaCopper’s heat diffusers also double as defroster plates: If you place two frozen chicken breasts on a room-temperature copper plate, they’ll defrost in about 40 minutes as the internal heat from the plate is transferred to the frozen food.

Who knew a simple copper plate could be so useful in the kitchen?