Introduction to Calphalon Cookware

Calphalon cookware is all that one can imagine in kitchen. Since late 1970s, they are in the consumer market for producing products such as skillets, pots, cutlery, baking items, utensils, non-stick cookware, and others. These days, Calphalon cookware sets are the foremost choice of most professional chefs.

The products are priced at various ranges depending on the product features. They truly provide home kitchen a truly professional cooking experience.

4 major type of Calphalon cookware set in production:

– Calphalon One
– Contemporary
– Tri Ply or Non Stick
– Calphalon Variant Kitchen Essentials

4 major types of cutlery line in production:

– Traditional
– Commercial
– Contemporary
– Everyday

Their fairly recent product line is called ‘Katana’- a combination of Japanese knife designs, Japanese layered steel, slicer, nakiri, santoku, and others.

Calphalon has the following product manufacturing options:

– Non Stick: The equipments have 10 year warranty period. They help in low flame and lower fat cooking.
– Aluminum: Most Calphalon set are made of hard anodized aluminum. The process is patented by Calphalon. In this, a layer of polymer is placed between cooking and the surface- known as infused anodization process. They have lifetime warranty, damage resistant, and stick resistant. In some, the utensils are made of stainless steel.
– Enamel Cast Iron: They can be used in stove and oven simultaneously, and can be placed on tables too without worrying about leaving burn marks or scratches.

The one basic thing Calphalon users vouch for is its quality and longevity. Despite numerous product lines and heavy market demand, there has been no degeneration of its quality. Calphalon cookware sets continue being one of the best in kitchen appliance industry.

Almost all products contain more than 10 years warranty and some have lifetime warranty period. If you are setting up a new kitchen, you will find almost all requisite items in Calphalon cookware set.

Source by Pinky Savika

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