The metal plates used in stainless steel serving systems are made of aluminum alloy.
The alloy’s properties can cause problems with a metal’s ability to hold hot liquids, such as water, at temperatures that can fry food.
The metal’s high melting point and low boiling point, along with its high melting points, make it difficult to melt at room temperature, the International Thermos Association (ITAA) says.
In addition, the metal can be difficult to remove from aluminum serving plates when they are hot.
To solve these issues, the ITA recommends stainless steel and aluminum alloy serving plates.
These plates should be made of stainless steel or aluminum alloy, with the serving plate material and thickness matched.
It is also recommended that the serving plates be made from stainless steel.