The Ratio of Bronze Components In Kansa Kitchen Utensils

The Ratio of Bronze Components In Kansa Kitchen Utensils

Have you ever wondered why Kansa metal utensils are so special? Perhaps it's the distinct, earthy hue or the smooth, polished texture. But what if we told you that there's a secret ratio of bronze components in Kansa metal that makes it truly unique and beneficial for your health? In this blog post, we'll unveil the mystery behind this ancient alloy and explain why Kansawala's utensils are a must-have for any kitchen. So grab a cup of chai in Kansa Glass and get ready to discover the hidden secrets of Kansa metal!

What is Bronze Metal Made Of?

Bronze is an alloy made up of Copper and Tin. In ancient times, it was used to make weapons, tools, and decorative objects. The first bronze artifacts date back to around 3500 BC in the Middle East. But now, it is commonly used in kitchen utensils as well. Kansawala has been manufacturing premium-quality Bronze utensils in India for seven decades. To know more, read our blog "History of Kansa."

Copper is a soft metal easily shaped and molded into various forms. It has excellent heat conductivity, corrosion resistance properties, & also multiple health benefits if included in daily routine. Kansawala serving ware like Kansa Crockery Set, Kansa Bowls, Kansa Nasta Plate, etc., contains high-quality Copper.

Tin is a hard metal with low toxicity levels making it safe for kitchen utensils. In addition, it has high corrosion resistance properties, which prevent rusting or tarnishing on the surface of utensils. Kansawala's products like the 5 Pc Kansa Dinner Set, Kansa 6 Pc Thali Dinner Set, Kansa Soup Bowl, Kansa 5 Pc Baby Dinner Plate Set, etc., are all strong and durable utensils because of their 100% pure tin metal and are there to last for years.

When these two metals combine to form bronze alloy at different ratios - they produce varying degrees of hardness, flexibility, strength & appearance depending on their usage, such as coins or sculptures versus kitchen utensils.

Bronze remains popular today due to its unique characteristics like durability & versatility- making Kansawala Kitchen Utensils one of the most sought-after products by cooks worldwide!

The Ratios Of Copper & Tin In Bronze For Kansawala Kitchen Utensils

Bronze is a combination of Copper and Tin, with varying ratios depending on its intended use.

The ratio of Copper to Tin in bronze alloys can vary widely, but the most common ratio used in Kansa Kitchen Utensils is 78% Copper and 22% Tin. This specific proportion provides the ideal balance between durability, malleability, and appearance.

Copper makes up most of this mixture due to its excellent thermal conductivity properties. It spreads heat evenly throughout the Thali Plate or Serving Bowl's surface, ensuring warmer food. Copper also has natural antimicrobial properties that help prevent bacteria from growing on your dinnerware.

Tin makes up a smaller percentage of Kansa Utensil's bronze alloy but is essential in creating a smooth surface finish that resists sticking while eating food. In addition, Tin is a hard metal that helps protect against wear and tear over time by forming a protective layer over the underlying metal's surface.

Why 78% Copper & 22% Tin Ratio Is Best For Kansa Utensils

The percentage of Copper and Tin in bronze alloys is crucial when creating high-quality kitchen utensils. Kansawala Bronze utensils consist of a specific type of bronze alloy comprising 78% copper and 22% tin.

When these two metals are combined at this particular ratio (78:22), they create an alloy that is perfect for making Kansa kitchen utensils. In addition, this ratio offers enough Tin to provide adequate protection against corrosion while retaining all of Copper's inherent benefits like heat conduction and antimicrobial properties.

Using this precise formulation ensures that Kansa Utensils are durable and effective in serving food to your loved ones with superior quality kitchen utensils.

Kansawala's 100% Authentic Kansa Kitchen Utensils: Pure Bronze Perfection

Kansawala Bronze utensils have gained immense popularity in the kitchenware industry and for good reason. Using these utensils can improve your dining experience significantly. Let's check out these reasons!

One of the main reasons Kansawala Bronze utensils are so popular is their durability. The combination of Copper and Tin in bronze alloys makes it a sustainable alternative to other materials like stainless steel or aluminum. Also, we source only high-quality Tin to add in the Bronze alloy that makes it strong & long-lasting.

Another reason is the Copper's heat distribution properties. Good quality copper in Kansawala's kitchen utensils allows for even heat distribution throughout your food, keeping it warm for extended periods.

Additionally, Copper has antibacterial properties, which make it ideal for use in kitchenware such as Kansa Utensils. This property ensures that bacteria do not grow on your dinnerware surfaces, making it safe to serve and eat meals with reduced risk from harmful bacteria.

Kansawala Bronze utensils enhance the flavor profile of your dishes by imparting a unique taste to the food stored using them due to their material composition - Copper & Tin

Investing in high-quality Kansawala Bronze Utensils is always the best decision, as you will serve healthy dishes through natural materials without any chemical reactions!

Need more convincing? Read our blog "Why Choose Kansawala For High-Quality Kansa Kitchen Utensils?" to find out why Kansawala is the right choice!


To sum up, Kansawala Bronze utensils are the perfect choice for any kitchen due to their unique blend of Copper and Tin. The 78% copper and 22% tin ratio offer many benefits that make the dining experience enjoyable and healthy.

Whether you're looking to upgrade your everyday utensils or invest in new pieces, Kansa utensils should be at the top of your list. They will enhance your food serving & dining experience and add a touch of elegance to your kitchen.

So go ahead and give them a try! You won't regret it.