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A toaster is a tiny electric gadget that uses radiant heat to brown various types of sliced bread and turn it into toast.

A single vertical slice of bread is inserted into a slot on the top of a pop-up or automated toaster. When a lever on the side of the toaster is pressed down, the bread is lowered into the toaster and the heating elements are activated. The length of the toasting cycle (and hence the degree of toasting) may be adjusted via a lever, knob, or set of pushbuttons, and when an internal mechanism judges that the toasting cycle is over, the toaster switches off and the toast pops out of the slots.

A timer or a temperature sensor, such as a bimetallic strip, placed close to the toast, can identify when it’s done toasting.

Teacakes, toaster pastrypotato waffles, and crumpets may all be toasted in toasters, albeit the resulting accumulation of fat and sugar inside the toaster can lead to its eventual failure.

Pop-up toasters that can toast two pieces of bread are more popular than ones that can cook four slices. Pop-up toasters come in a variety of shapes and sizes, with external finishes such as chrome, copper, brushed metal, or any color plastic. The marketing and pricing of toasters may not be a reliable indicator of quality when it comes to making tasty toast. A conventional two-slice pop-up toaster may consume between 600 and 1200 watts.

Toaster ovens are small electric ovens with toasting capabilities as well as limited baking and broiling capabilities. They’re especially handy in situations when users don’t have access to a kitchen stove with an oven, such as in tiny flats or recreational vehicles like truck campers.

Conveyor toasters are utilized in the catering business, restaurants, cafeterias, institutional cooking facilities, and other commercial food service applications where continual or high-volume toasting is necessary. Bread is toasted at a pace of 300″1600 slices every hour; the doneness control on a toaster of this type regulates the conveyor speed, changing the amount of time the bread spends near the heat sources. Conveyor toasters have been made for household use; the Toast-O-Lator, for example, was released in 1938 with limited manufacture.

The creation of a heating element that could withstand repeated heating to red-hot temperatures without breaking or becoming too brittle was the key technological challenge in toaster development at the turn of the twentieth century. With the introduction of the first practical incandescent lightbulbs by Joseph Swan and Thomas Edison, a comparable technological obstacle had just been overcome. The light bulb, on the other hand, took advantage of the presence of a vacuum, which the toaster could not.

Crompton, Stephen J. Cook & Company of the United Kingdom commercialized Macmasters’ toaster as the Eclipse toasting device. Early attempts to manufacture electrical equipment with iron wiring failed because the wiring melted readily and posed a major fire danger. Meanwhile, power was scarce, and when it was accessible, it was generally just at night.

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