All Clad D3 Tri-Ply Nonstick Stainless Steel 10-Piece Cookware Set
Fry, braise, stew, repeat.
What is bonded cookware?
Each metal has unique strengths, like thermal conductivity, corrosion resistance or ductility. By bonding metals together, All-Clad is able to combine the strengths of multiple metals into one material. Cookware largely features two types of bonding: fully bonded (from rim to rim) and on the base alone. Fully bonded cookware is most premium, delivering even heat and stability throughout the entire pan. Bonding on the cookware base alone will improve heat distribution on the cooking surface and protect against warping.
Details & Materials +-
Stainless steel, aluminum, PFOA-free nonstick coating.
8.00" Nonstick Fry Pan: 8.60" D (14.80" L including handle) x 3.30" H
10.00" Nonstick Fry Pan: 10.50" D (17.90" L including handle) x 4.80" H
2.00QT Nonstick Saucepan with Lid: 12.50" D (20.10" L including handle) x 4.40" H; 2QT (8-cup) capacity.
3.00QT Nonstick Saucepan with Lid: 8.50" D (16.60" L including handle) x 6.90" H; 3QT (12-cup) capacity.
3.00QT Nonstick Sauté pan with Lid: 11.40" D (20.80" L including handle) x 5.30" H; 3QT (12-cup) capacity.
8.00QT Nonstick Stockpot with Lid: 11.40" D (14.30" L including handles) x 6.80" H; 8QT (32-cup) capacity.
Care & Notes +-
Compatible with all stovetops, including induction. If using induction, select the burner with is closest in size to the pan's base diameter. Oven-safe up to 500°F, not broiler-safe. Dishwasher-safe, but hand-washing is recommended.
Allow the cookware to cool completely prior to cleaning. For stubborn stuck on food, first soak the pan and then clean with a mild dish soap. If further cleaning is needed a non-abrasive cleaner like Bar Keeper's Friend or Bon Ami can be used on stainless steel surfaces only. Do not use steel wool. Dry immediately after washing to prevent spotting. Spotting is cosmetic only and will not affect the cookware's performance.
Overheating can cause brown or blue stains to appear. Large amounts of iron content in your water may cause your pan to look rusty. For the longest life of the nonstick coating possible, use only nylon, silicone, or wood tools in the cookware. Do not cut food or use metal beaters in the cookware.
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