The one between aluminum foil and tin foil is more advantageous
Release Tme: 2022-05-14
The previous article explained the differences between the two, and today I will talk about the advantages between aluminum foil and tin foil.
As the name suggests, aluminum foil is made of aluminum and has some properties of aluminum, such as the surface of aluminum foil is extremely clean and hygienic, and any bacteria or microorganisms cannot grow on its surface. Aluminum foil is a non-toxic packaging material, which can be in direct contact with food without any concern that can endanger human health. Aluminum foil is an odorless and odorless packaging material, which will not make the packaged food have any peculiar smell. If the aluminum foil itself is not volatile, it and the packaged food will never dry or shrink. No matter in high temperature or low temperature, aluminum foil will not have the phenomenon of grease penetration. Aluminum foil is an opaque packaging material, so it is a good packaging material for products exposed to sunlight, such as margarine. Aluminum foil has good plasticity, so it can be used to package products of various shapes. Various shapes of containers can also be arbitrarily formed. Aluminum foil has high hardness and high tensile strength, but its tear strength is small, so it is easy to tear. It can be seen that there are still many advantages of aluminum foil, especially now that aluminum is used in various fields, whether it is military or aerospace or even civilian use, it is inseparable from aluminum
Let's take a look at the advantages of tin foil. The first is to prevent the food from sticking to the baking pan; the second is to prevent the food from sticking to the dirt; the third is to facilitate the brushing of the baking pan; the fourth is that some foods are baked Wrap it with tin foil if it is afraid of dispersing; the fifth is to prevent moisture loss and keep it fresh.
The original tin foil is really made of tin. The tin foil is softer than aluminum foil, and the wrapped food will have a little tin smell. At the same time, the tin foil cannot be heated due to its low melting point, or the heating temperature is high - such as it becomes brittle when it reaches above 160 ℃. tinfoil - which limits its use in food packaging. For example, if you need to grill food, you cannot use tinfoil when baking food.