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How hot does a frying pan get?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by dvdbunny, Nov 17, 2008.

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  1. dvdbunny

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    How hot?

    Just wondering as I might do some camping
     
  2. Viper²

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    Very hot.
     
  3. mrk

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    This thread is camp.
     
  4. Ascendancy

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    I would imagine it depends on the heat source...
     
  5. Phate

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    FH
     
  6. FrostedNipple

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    Is this because your wondering about packing it quickly after using it? If so, just pour water on it till you can touch it with out reflexes telling your arm to jump away!

    Going to the countryside to get some creative ideas for the book?
     
  7. iSam

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    As hot as the Sun.

    Not planning to fry stuff in your tent are you?
     
  8. dvdbunny

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    Yes you exactly got it. I need some time to think. But really how hot I need precise numbers. I am that kind of guy?
     
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  10. Ascendancy

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    But really, what are you heating it with...?
     
  11. dvdbunny

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    olive oil or butter

    Edit: sorry I mean with gas?
     
  12. meghatronic

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    I just did a quick experiment for you. I left the frying pan on my desk, and it's 18'C surface temp. But it was very hot on the hob.... So I'm not sure what makes it hot.

    Sorry I can't help.


    (Once they get hot, they keep heat well, so most heat sources will be fine)
     
  13. benjo

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    Brilliant :D
     
  14. meghatronic

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    With gas, hot enough.

    I cooked an entire fry up including black pudding and fried bread on a small flame heated pan, so you'll have no prob. Unless of course you want to cook an entire pig. Then I'd use two :D
     
  15. dvdbunny

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    Sorry but guys,

    I have always wanted to know the actual temperature. Just like to know!
     
  16. Ascendancy

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  17. Cybermyk

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    There are so many variables here. Type of hob, pan materials etc. I'd say 160-200c is probably your useful range.
     
  18. iSam

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    I would say between 6,000,000 to 9,000,000, depends on if you are using olive oil or butter.
     
  19. gareth.e

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    Hot enough to cook food and burn yourself at the same time..?
     
  20. gareth.e

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    Well all you got to do is use the bilingual di-saturate formula of cohesion e=mc2

    I use the formula temp = MuS(x) x 22(y) PuH(m)/ DS(x)
     
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