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When a young industrial engineer named Paul Van Achter perfected the technique of bonding stainless steel to copper in 1983 he was unaware that it was about to revolutionise the way copper cookware had been manufactured for more than 200 years. Up u...
Salt can react with any brand of stainless steel cookware, including the lining of Falk Culinair pots and pans, particularly when this is added to water at the start of the cooking process rather than when the water is boiling. This is a form of cor...
The short answer to this question is 'Yes, but not directly'. To explain the solution, we first need to explain the difference between conventional and induction hobs. Conventional gas and electric hobs use conduction to transfer heat into the body of...
The stainless steel layer in the Falk Culinair bimetal is only 0.2mm (200 microns) thick enough to prevent the contents of the pan reacting with the copper body without materially effecting the superior conductivity and distribution of heat in copper.  It...