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Properties of the different materials

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Energy saving and performance.
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Fast heat transmission and spreading.
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Compatible with any heat source except induction hobs
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The "Choc" coating is a professional  quality multilayer PTFE with optimum non-stick and slip qualities.
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The very thick aluminium allows for rapid and even distribution of the heat, both on the bottom and the sides, without overheating at any point (recommanded for delicate foods).
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The extra strong handles made of high temperature epoxy-coated steel strip are fixed by extremely robust rivets preventing any risk of dilatation or coming loose.

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Swiss Diamond pans are made by an ultra-hard coating which integrate DIAMOND CRYTALS in amalgamation with a non-stick NANO-COMPOSITE.
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This coating is used because of it high abrasion resistance, excellent thermal conductanc and maximum non-stick properties.
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The Nano-composite is a material compound made with small mineral particles. It captures the Diamond-crystals similarly as the magma-streams on the earth. In that way, a Diamond-blended structure grows with a very hard and non-stick surface allied to the aluminum-cast.
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Swiss Diamond frying pans and cookware present an array of extraordinary advantages:
  DIAMONDS = the highest hardness, the absolute purity and the most excellent thermal conductivity (around 100’000 Diamond-crystals per pan)
  ● NANO-COMPOSIT = the highest temperature resistance, the absolute non-stick performances and the longest lifetime.
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Unless otherwise stated all the utensils in the range are made of 18/10 stainless steel.
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The "induction" set is made of a special 18/10 stainless steel magnetic material, which is an excellent heat conductor spreading the heat rapidly and evenly through both the bottom and the sides of the pan on an induction burner as well as on traditional heat sources.
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Pans with pouring lips and rounded edges.
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The stainless steel set with the triple sandwich (stainless steel-aluminium-stainless steel) bottom is made of thick stainless steel 18/10, with pouring lips and rounded edges.
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The stainless steel mountings are solidly welded on.
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The "heart" of the heat conducting  bottoms is made of thick aluminium which spreads the heat evenly across the bottom.
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"Blue" steel is not coated or painted steel. It is simply a steel which has undergone a form of heat treatment which gives its bluish color and which before use protects it temporarily against oxidation.
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Extra strong steel is particularly suitable for the strong heat sources in use in professional kitchens and for intensive use.
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The extra strong handles made of steel strip or cast steel are solidly fixed by riveting or welding.
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Copper is an exceptional metal but it should not be in direct contact with most foods, so for the inside of the pans another metal is used (Outer sides are made of very thick copper for excellent heat conduction and inner sides are made of stainless steel allowing easy care of the pans).
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Copper is an extraordinary conductor of heat, particularly suitable for French cooking and reducing.
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Tin plated copper: The professional tin-plating process guarantees a thick enough coating of tin for professional use.
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Utensils 2 mm thick are intended for professional use.
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Polished outer finish, smooth or hammered effects.
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Handles in cast steel, curved, fixed by strong rivets.