Canadian Plastics

Modern take on Turkish coffee pot

Coffee in Turkey has traditionally been served from an aluminum coffee pot called a cezve, but Istanbul-based appliance maker Arcelik A.S is offering its own contemporary spin on the iconic brew.

October 1, 2007   Canadian Plastics



Coffee in Turkey has traditionally been served from an aluminum coffee pot called a cezve, but Istanbul-based appliance maker Arcelik A.S is offering its own contemporary spin on the iconic brew.

The company’s miniTelve coffee machine features a modern-day version of the cezve, made with a heat-resistant, food-approved grade of DuPont Zytel HTN PPA polyphtalamide.

According to the company’s project leader for the miniTelve, DuPont’s Zytel HTN was chosen for its ability to withstand repeated exposure to the heating process, involving temperatures of up to 150C. The silver-painted pot is also more durable than aluminum, and retains its form over time.

E.I. du Pont Canada Company (Mississauga, Ont.);

www.plastics.dupont.com; 905-821-5193


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