Quick guide to GreenPan cookware materials
GreenPan cookware comes in different materials which all have their specific features. What to choose depends on your culinary preferences. We quickly list the main features and benefits for each material:
- Aluminium is one of the best heat conductors, only bested by gold or copper. This allows the cookware to heat evenly and rapidly. All our aluminium frypans have a Thermolon ceramic non-stick coating on the interior and exterior, so there is no aluminium exposed to contact with food. The non-stick exterior is very easy to clean as well.
- Hard anodized cookware is extremely hard (twice as hard as stainless steel) while keeping the excellent heat conduction properties of aluminium. Hard anodizing makes the cookware not suitable for dishwasher cleaning.
- Stainless steel is a high-end material and easy to clean. By combining the non-reactive surface of stainless steel with the thermal properties of aluminium in the base, you get the best of both worlds: a very good heat distribution and shiny, elegant looks.
- Multilayer stainless steel, also called triply or clad material, is the high-tech combination of stainless steel and aluminium throughout the cookware piece. With this multilayer, a central layer of aluminium for optimized heat transmission is set between two layers of stainless steel.
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