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FIND THE RIGHT PANS FOR YOUR HOB

Stainless-steel pans from our cookware collection

 

Gas or electric

Most standard hobs are gas or electric, and are usually compatible with all types of metal pans.

Induction
If you have an induction hob (which doesn’t get hot, but heats pans via a magnetic induction coil), you should choose pans made from magnetisable metal such as cast iron or steel. Pure aluminium or copper pans will not heat up unless the base is bonded with a magnetic metal.

Ceramic
Pans with flat, heavy bases – such as cast iron – are best for ceramic (glass-topped) hobs. If you have a halogen hob, steer clear of pans with shiny bottoms, as they can interfere with the heating element.

Aga
For an Aga with a solid hotplate, you should choose thick, heavy pans with flat bases that can withstand constant high temperatures.

CHOOSE YOUR COOKWARE

NON-STICK
ALUMINIUM

Suitable for all hob types apart from induction. Made with a layer of premium non-stick coating for healthier cooking

✔ hard-wearing
✔ long-lasting
✔ dishwasher safe

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STAINLESS STEEL

Suitable for all hob types. Made with an aluminium base for fast and even heat distribution

✔ cast stainless-steel handles for strength
✔ glass lids for visibility
✔ oven safe to 180°C
✔ dishwasher safe

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COPPER BASE

Suitable for all hob types apart from induction. Made with a copper base for fast and even heat distribution

✔ hard wearing, professional standard
✔ riveted handles for strength
✔ glass straining lids for visibility
✔ oven safe to 180°C


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HARD ANODISED

Suitable for all hob types. Made with a thick layer of non-stick, non-reaction coating that won’t rust or peel

✔ riveted handles for strength and durability
✔ oven safe to 240°C
✔ dishwasher safe


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HOW TO CARE FOR YOUR PANS

TIP 1

Our cookware collection includes both diswasher-safe and handwash-only ranges. Look at the individual item details to find out how best to wash your pans

TIP 2

Avoid using metal utensils and scouring pads on non-stick pans, as this can damage the non-stick coating

TIP 3

Try not to overheat your pans – too much heat can damage the non-stick coating

TIP 4

Leave your pans to cool before washing in hot water. For stubborn food residue, soak them before washing

TIP 5

Make sure pans are completely dry before putting them away

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