The Indian kitchen appliance maker Electra Kitchen appliances has been accused of selling a product with a dubious ingredient, making it a potential carcinogen and possibly even a carcinogenic.
Electra Kitchen, a household appliances brand based in Mumbai, India, sells a range of cookware, including electra and electra-electric cooktops, ovens and fryers, as well as electric cookware such as ovens, grillers, electric ovens with electric range and ovens equipped with the company’s Electra-Gourmet.
According to a report by The Hindu, the dishwasher and dishwasher accessories sold by Electra are made of materials made from asbestos, and are not approved for cooking.
The report claims that the ingredients listed on the packaging are carcinogenic and that they could lead to cancer in people.
The products include electra, electra electric and electrum cookware and electrics, as also electra ovens.
The product’s website claims that electra is a non-toxic and non-flammable metal and is not affected by heat or water.
However, the product’s ingredients list includes a highly toxic compound called styrene, which is used in many types of electrical products.
It is commonly used in paints, in coatings and in the manufacture of polymers.
Electrum is an alloy of aluminum and a variety of other metals, and Styrene is also known to be used in some plastics.
The company has denied any wrongdoing and says that it has a strict zero-tolerance policy for any misuse of styrene and asbestos.
Electrifying cookware can cause cancerThe report also said that the company had used asbestos in the electrics and oven, and said that there is no evidence that electrics with electrum had been affected by the substance.
Electra said that they had checked and found no asbestos in electrics.
It added that styrene is used to produce electrics in other ways.
Electrums cookware comes in three flavours, the Electric, the Classic and the Modern.
The Modern model includes an electric range, while the Classic model has the range and a high-end electronic heating element.
Electronics and microwave cookwareElectrables are sold in a range that ranges from 10 to 500 watts, with the range depending on the dish.
Electrics range from 10-200 watts, while electra appliances have a range between 50 and 300 watts.
Electrables can also be microwaved and can be used for cooking in an electric oven or grill.
Electrical ovens are designed to cook food.
However, cooking in a microwave can result in dangerous fumes.
Electric cookware is sold in ranges of between 10 and 100 watts.
Electronic and microwave ovens have a high heat capacity, but they can be hot for a short period of time.
Electrified electric cooktops have a lower heat capacity and are usually only used in a kitchen.
The higher the cooking temperature, the less likely the material will burn.
Electrification of electrics can also lead to exposure to carcinogenic gases and other chemicals.
Electrolytes can also cause health problems.
Electrics are used in the food processing industry to cook foods such as sausages, bread, pasta, burgers, pizzas and other dishes.
Electronically heated ovens can cause burns and other damage.
Electrified cooktops can be heated by direct current (DC) electricity and emit fumes.