7 reasons to choose pots and pans in 5-ply

7 reasons to choose pots and pans in 5-ply

In professional kitchens, they swear by stainless steel constructed in 5 layers - with a core of aluminum. 

And we think it's a shame that these fantastic pots and pans have not yet found their permanent - and well-deserved - place in the home kitchen. 

Although it's difficult to boil down all the advantages into one blog post, here we have compiled 7 reasons why you should choose stainless steel pots and pans. 

Heat Distribution

Our stainless steel pots and pans are constructed in 5 layers of metal - with a core of aluminum.

This aluminum core has an amazing ability to conduct heat, which means you don't have to worry about uneven heating.

In combination with the smooth surface of stainless steel, you also get even frying, especially important when searing proteins - so you get a crispy crust on all sides. 

Heat Retention

The compact composition of the 5 layers of metal means that these pots and pans not only heat up quickly but also retain heat well. 

This results in being able to maintain the temperature and keep an even heat throughout the pot - or pan. 

This advantage comes especially into play when making risotto, where it's very important that the sides of the pot are almost as hot as the bottom of the pot - ensuring that the rice cooks evenly, no matter where it is in the pot. 

Temperature Control

When cooking in stainless steel, it's incredibly important to have the right temperature. If the temperature is either too low or too high, it will result in burning the food. 

Fortunately, aluminum is highly responsive - which means it's easy to change the temperature (quickly).

This is one of the areas where pots and pans in stainless steel differ from, for example, cast iron and carbon steel

Worried about burning your food? Read how easy it is to cook in stainless steel here→


With a pot or pan in stainless steel, you get first and foremost a kitchen tool of the highest quality - but another fantastic thing about this type of cookware is that it is (perhaps) the most versatile tool there is. 

First of all, stainless steel can be used on all heat sources. It is compatible with induction, gas, ceramic, and can even be used in the oven. 

So if you've seared a thick steak and want to finish cooking it in the oven, you can put the pan directly in there. 

Secondly, you can cook all types of food in stainless steel. Whether you're making the tastiest saltimbocca or if there's a simple pasta dish on the menu - you can make it in stainless steel. 

Free of PFAS

These pots and pans in stainless steel are free of all PFAS substances.

The cooking surface consists solely of the stainless steel SS304. 

This means that you can cook your food - without having to worry about your (or the environment's) health. 

Read more about the construction of the 5-ply series here→


The strong construction in 5 layers of metal (free of PFAS) also has the huge advantage of being incredibly durable. 

You will be able to enjoy these pots and pans for the rest of your life

The 5-ply series is built to survive a lifetime, whether it's used in the professional kitchen or in the home kitchen. 

CoolGrip Handle

The handle on these pots and pans is cast in stainless steel. 

But what does that mean? 

As you might infer from the name "CoolGrip handle", it means that the handle stays cool during cooking . 

At the same time, the handle is incredibly ergonomic.

We've given the handle a rounded base and made a recess for your thumb, so it fits perfectly in your hand. 

Want to try it out for yourself?

Explore pots and pans in stainless steel here→

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