Electric household hot pot for multi-purpose cooking

Electric Cooking Pot

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  • $550.11
  • Regular price $1,382.99

About the Item:

Electric household hot pot for multi-purpose cooking. Electric cooking hot pot cooker for roasting, simmering, steaming, frying. Cookware kitchen appliances and accessory morphy richards Kitchen Tools

Product specifications:

  • Brand Name: Morphy richards
  • Power (W): 1400W
  • Product category:
    • Home & Garden >
      • Kitchen & Dining >
        • Cookware & Bakeware >
          • Cookware >
            • Stock Pots
  • Color: Green Red
  • Voltage: 220-240V / 50-60Hz
  • Size w x d x h:
    • 16 * 9.84 * 9 inch
  • Weight:
    • 153.79 onces
  • Cord Length:
    • 55 inch 
    • 140 cm 
  • Non-Stick Cooking Surface Yes
  • Material (ie BPA Free) BPA free
  • Dishwasher Safe No
  •  Materials:
  • Acrylonitrile butadiene styrene (ABS)
  • Polyethylene terephthalate (PET)
  • polycarbonate (PC)
  • Nylon 66
    • About Nylon 66:
      • Nylon 66 is a type of polyamide or nylon. It,
      • and nylon 6, are the two most common for textile
      • and plastic industries. Nylon 66 is made of two monomers
      • each containing 6 carbon atoms, hexamethylenediamine
      • and adipic acid, which give nylon 66 its name.
  • Stainless Steel
  • SPCE Steel 
    • About SPCE Steel:
      • SPCE steels are deep drawing quality cold rolled steels,
      • which are consumed for drawing applications.
      • This material is valid for drawing operations where the
      • depth of the drawn part exceeds its diameter.
      • Aluminized Steel SA1D 
  • Power Levels: 3
  • Certification: CE
  • Origin: CN(Origin)
  • Product name: Multifunction Cooking Pot
  • Features:
    • Deep-frying pan with 2.5L capacity
    • 1400 W power enables fast and even heating
    • Variable heat: low, medium, high
    • Non-stick coating so you can
    • cook and clean effectively.
    • The Multi Cooker contains a grill pan,
    • deep skillet, and steamer pan
    • for multipurpose cooking.

Plastics and Polymers:

The use of plastics materials has increased dramatically throughout the world over the past 50 years, and now stands at roughly 100 billion pounds.


Commercial plastics are known as resins in North America, and are made of polymers. These polymers have been compounded with modifying or stabilizing additives. Typically based on the element carbon, polymer molecules are made from simple, oil-based raw materials. The starting materials for polymers are called monomers and they are small molecules. These small molecules go through a process called polymerization which combines them and forms very large molecules or polymers.

The reason behind the term polymer is due to the final product consisting of several, identical, repeating molecule units. The polymer is sometimes referred to as a ‘high polymer’ or, as a ‘macromolecule’ because usually, the final size (or length) of these molecules and therefore their molecular weight, or mass, is huge.

All plastics are polymers, however, not all polymers are plastics. Several natural products, like cellulose, are polymers, but they are unable to be processed like a commercial plastic material until they are altered from their natural form.

Types of Plastics Material:

The definition of a plastic material is a compound of polymer plus additives that has the capabilities of being shaped or molded into a valuable product. This is done in conditions of moderate temperature and pressure. Commonly, plastics have a high stiffness/modulus and a lack of reverse elasticity, allowing them to be distinguished from rubbers or elastomers.

The two key categories of plastic are thermoplastics and thermosetting plastics (thermosets). Thermoplastic products have the ability to be continually softened, melted and reshaped/recycled, for instance in injection molding or extrusion resins. However, thermoset products do not have this property. In terms of tonnage, thermoplastics are undoubtedly the more significant. If the polymer in the plastic is based on one monomer, it uses the term ‘homopolymer.’ If the polymer used is based on two or more monomers, it is referred to as a ‘copolymer.’

Polymers type:
(Cannot be melted)
(Can be melted)
Thermoplastics type:
Semi-Crystalline: Structured
(Polyethylene, PET, nylon, etc.)
Amorphous: No structure
(Polystyrene, polycarbonate, etc.)

About the brand

Morphy Richards is a British brand of electrical appliances headquartered in Swinton, in South Yorkshire, England. Its products were formerly made at its historic home of Mexborough, and in other facilities across the United Kingdom. However, since the 1990s, all of its manufacturing is now carried out in the Far East.

Morphy Richards specialises in toasters, hair dryers, bread makers, kettles and sandwich toasters and other appliances. In its early stage it also made refrigerators and washer-dryers, but these would later be made by Hotpoint. It is owned by the Irish Glen Dimplex electronics group. They also make Digital Radio Mondiale-compatible digital radios and also the dry iron, one of very few companies to do so.