HEMLAGAD Frying pan, black,

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Suitable for all types of cooktops, including induction cooktops.

Article number504.679.63

Product details

Suitable for all types of cooktops, including induction cooktops.

Made from aluminum, which spreads heat evenly and energy efficiently, and makes it easier to regulate heat so the food does not burn and stick.

Treated with Teflon® Select, a durable non-stick coating that allows cooking with little fat and makes cleaning easy.

The pan's low weight makes it easy to handle when filled with food.

The pan has extra thick walls and base, which distribute the heat evenly.

Easy grip handle makes the pan easy to lift.

Designer

Henrik Preutz

Article number504.679.63
  • No PFOA (perfluorooctanoic acid) is used to create the non-stick surface of this product.

  • Main parts:

    Aluminum, Coated with Teflon(R) Select, Non stick coating

    Handle:

    Phenolic plastic, Polyurethane plastic

    Fire protector/ Disc:

    Stainless steel

    Rivet:

    Aluminum, Fluorine plastic

    Handwash only.

    Suitable for use on gas cooktop.

    Suitable for use on induction cooktop.

    Suitable for use on ceramic glass cooktop.

    Suitable for use on electric cooktop.

Measurements

Height: 3 cm (1 ")

Diameter: 17 cm (7 ")

Length including handles: 30 cm (12 ")

  • HEMLAGAD
    Frying panArticle no504.679.63

    Width: 18 cm (7 ")

    Height: 6 cm (2 ½ ")

    Length: 30 cm (11 ¾ ")

    Weight: 0.32 kg (11 oz)

    Package(s): 1

Material

What is aluminium?

After iron, aluminum is the world's most used metal and has a very wide range of uses. It’s easy to shape and lightweight, but is still strong and durable. In our range we use it for things such as kitchen utensils, curtain rods and tealight cups. A big advantage with aluminum is that it can be recycled again and again without losing its quality. Recycling consumes only a fraction of the energy required to produce aluminum from new raw materials.