This deep skillet offers practicality and performance with
its spacious interior. The helper handle provides comfort and ease. Add a glass or stainless steel cover (COVE30 / COVGL30) to retain flavors. Our pure 18/10 stainless steel assures long lasting ...
Skillet. Advanced Bronze collection. Material: Hard anodized aluminum.
Restaurant tested by professional chefs. Twice as hard as stainless steel, this hard anodized construction is preferred for its extraordinary durability and fast and even heating, reducing hot spots that can ...
The special heavyweight hardened aluminum alloy construction resists
denting and warping, and riveted chrome steel handles with removable stay cool silicone grips are safe for oven and broiler use. Comes with lid. Features: Skillet. Premium non stick surface. 20 ...
Solid construction is the most common type of cookware. It has a solid metal body, and often comes with a non-stick finish. Ply construction cookware also called Clad cookware, has multiple layers of metal bonded together, often around a copper or aluminum core. This type of cookware is heavier and provides very uniform heat distribution but is generally more expensive than solid cookware.
Often stainless steel cookware features a base coating or bonded core of aluminum or copper. These metals are superior conductors of heat relative to stainless steel and improve the heat distribution and overall performance of the cookware.