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re: [pct-l] Titanium vs. aluminum cookware
- Subject: re: [pct-l] Titanium vs. aluminum cookware
- From: "Paul Nickodem" <email@example.com>
- Date: Fri, 1 Sep 2000 11:58:00 -0500
All I know is on the PCT this year with all the 50 hikers I met in 1500 miles about 40% had Titanium, Steel 55%, and maybe 5% Aluminum. I carried Ti because it is the lightest.
sf <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>Titanium is 60% heavier but 100% stronger than aluminum (approximately).
>Stainless steel is 100% heavier than titanium. It is also 100% stiffer
>So the lightest cookware should be aluminum, but it dents easier unless
>it's thicker gage. I'll let others comment on how food sticks to the pot
>for each material.
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