Corrosion: The Problem On Electric Grills
The Dishwasher: A Huge Problem for Grills
A significant problem faced by electrical grill manufacturers is that nonstick coatings can corrode over time in the dishwasher—salty water and acidic spices can be extremely (and surprisingly) caustic. Click on the video to see how a "typical" reinforced nonstick coating corrodes, resulting in blistering and poor food release.
Enter Duraslate – Fantastic Corrosion Resistance
GMM has designed DURASLATE® to be especially resistant to corrosion in the kitchen environment. This resistance is provided by the interlocking matrix of reinforcements that prevent fluids from getting underneath the coating surface. Click on the video for a demonstration of this effect.