Stainless steel pots / pans have ideal features in terms of their outer surface – advantages such as heat resistance, non-corrosion, easy cleaning and a beautiful appearance.
However, good thermal conductivity is also necessary to ensure that food is cooked evenly.
The best material for this is aluminum. However, when aluminum comes into direct contact with food in kitchen utensils such as pots, it can cause Alzheimer’s disease, also known as aluminum intake.
For this reason, an aluminum capsule base is used in pots, which makes it less economical.
However, over time, this capsule deforms or falls off. Even if it is a capsule base, there is no aluminum material on the side walls of the pan with high and equal thermal conductivity.
Therefore, the expected yield of the product decreases and a high cost arises due to the weight.
Our invention is created by placing an aluminum layer between 2 layers of stainless steel to prevent direct contact of aluminum with food and overcome all the disadvantages of 3-layer pots This provides food free of metal contaminants and with the added advantages of high thermal conductivity and short cooking time.
Intertek, a UK quality and safety testing company, has confirmed that the Tri-ply product has no carcinogenic effect.