What does "Multi-Ply" mean?

"Multi-ply" means that there is more than one layer of material in the base of the cookware. Having more than one layer of material enables us to use different materials in the base to accomplish a variety of purposes.

   
  • Layers enhance efficiency and durability.

Aluminum conducts heat well but is not desirable on cooking surfaces because it is a soft and porous metal that can corrode and get mixed with food through normal use. Stirring and scraping will scrub aluminum particles off into your food and over time, aluminum will oxidize. This only compounds the problem since aluminum can actually be absorbed by food to begin with.

Stainless steel protects the food and the cooking surfaces and exterior of the cookware itself because it's a very hard metal, but aluminum is still the better conductor of heat. Stainless steel also contains iron which makes it good for magnetic induction stoves.

Carbon is good at retaining heat. It cools slower than either aluminum or stainless steel. The Steam Control™ 5-ply Stainless Steel Cookware Set utilizes carbon in its second layer to help retain heat for prolonged usage, as in a restaurant setting where the cookware might be kept hot all day long.

In short, layers are for managing heat efficiently and enhancing the durability of the cookware. Considerably less heat is required to cook your food. This means:

  • You won't be heating up your kitchen as much.
  • You won't be spending as many hard earned dollars on energy for cooling or heating your stove.

Please note: The amount of reduction in heat usage is substantial. Many people begin using their new multi-ply stainless steel cookware at the heat settings they are accustomed to using, then their food burns and sticks to the metal. It took me personally 3 days to realize just how low I needed to set my heat to avoid these problems. Please read, "Using and caring for your new stainless steel cookware." which is included with your set.

Here are some illustrations to help you understand multi-ply stainless steel cookware:

 

5-Ply Construction

Layers:
1. 304 Surgical Stainless Steel
2. Aluminum Alloy (bonding agent, heat transfer)
3. Pure Aluminum (fast even heat distribution)
4. Aluminum Alloy (bonding agent, heat transfer)
5. AISI 430 Surgical Stainless Steel (durable, easy to clean, beautiful)

5-Ply Illustration

9-Element Construction Base

First Layer: (cooking surface):
1. 304 Surgical Stainless Steel
Second Layer: (compsite bonding agent):
2. Fluro Aluminum
3. Titanium
4. Silicone
Third Layer: (heat distributor)
5. Pure Aluminum
Fourth Layer: (composite bonding agent)
6. Silicone
7. Titanium
8. Fluro Aluminum
Fifth Layer: (base)
9. AISI 430 Surgical Stainless Steel

           9-Element Illustration

 

 

 

What’s The

 

Most

 

Expensive

 

Pots

 

&

 

Pans

 

You can buy?

Answer below: 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

THE CHEAPEST ONES

 

Because of: Scratches - Worn Surfaces - Broken Handles

The Average American Household Buys 50 to 60 sets in a lifetime!

 

 

CONSUMER REPORT SAYS THAT THE AVERAGE

AMERICAN WILL SPEND OVER $300

A YEAR ON COOKWARE

 

 

IN 10 YEARS THAT’S $3000!!!

 

IN 20 YEARS THAT’S $6000!!!!

Not taking in to account inflation!

 

JUST CONSIDER THE SAVINGS OVER A LIFETIME

WITH YOUR NEW STAINLESS STEEL STEAM CONTROL COOKWARE SET!

 

FOOD TASTES BETTER COOKED IN STAINLESS STEEL

 

LOWER UTILITY BILLS & VITAMIN COSTS

 

NEVER BUY ANOTHER SET OF COOKWARE

 

YOUR SET COMES WITH

Manufacturers’

LIFETIME WARRANTY!

 

YOUR POTS & PANS MAY BE TOXIC

 

                    Alzheimer's Disease International

 

ADI is an umbrella group of 60 Alzheimer associations throughout the world. Each of our members is the national Alzheimer association in their country who support people with dementia and their families and

conduct scientific studies on Alzheimer‘s and Dementia.

 

Alzheimer's disease is the most common cause of dementia and accounts for 50%- 60% of all cases. It destroys brain cells and nerves disrupting the transmitters which carry messages in the brain, particularly those responsible for storing memories. Alzheimer's disease was first described by Alois Alzheimer in 1906.

 

During the course of Alzheimer's disease, nerve cells die in particular regions of the brain. The brain shrinks as gaps develop in the temporal lobe and hippocampus, which are responsible for storing and retrieving new information. This in turn affects people's ability to remember, speak, think and make decisions. The production of certain chemicals in the brain, such as acetylcholine is also affected. It is not known what causes nerve cells to die but there are characteristic appearances of the brain after death. In particular, 'tangles' and 'plaques' made from protein fragments are observed under the microscope in damaged areas of brain. In a large percentage of observed brain tissue in these areas, aluminum has been shown to have affected and was present in protein fragments and nerve cells. Some studies have shown that aluminum cooking had increased risk factors for contracting Alzheimer’s and dementia. This confirms the diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease. 

 

 

Symptoms: Typically, Alzheimer's disease begins with lapses of memory, difficulty in finding the right words for everyday objects or mood swings. As Alzheimer's progresses, the person may Routinely forget recent events, names and faces and have difficulty in understanding what is being said Become confused when handling money or driving a car Undergo personality changes, appearing to no longer care about those around them & Experience mood swings and burst into tears for no apparent reason, or become convinced that someone is trying to harm them.

 

In advanced cases people may also:

 

Adopt unsettling behavior like getting up in the middle of the night or wander off and become lost Lose their inhibitions and sense of suitable behavior, undress in public or make inappropriate sexual advances.

 

Alzheimer's Society information sheet:

“We know that aluminum is toxic and affects the central nervous system “

 

I KNOW YOU WOULDN’T KNOWINGLY FEED POISON TO YOUR FAMILY, ISN’T THAT RIGHT?

17 Piece T-304 Surgical Stainless Steel Cookware Set

DOESN'T IT MAKE SINCE TO COOK WITH THE SAME STAINLESS STEEL DOCTORS USE IN OPERATING ROOMS TO KEEP THINGS SANITARY?

 

Food retains its natural flavor

 

No harmful additives from the cookware like Teflon or aluminum flakes

  

Which Would You Prefer?

 

 

Stainless steel

 

or

 

aluminum?

 

 

 

 

 If you want stainless steel cooking just like many gourmet cooks use:

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